Reducing Risky Behaviour Through The Provision Of Information

This DfE commissioned report from the Centre for Understanding Behavioural Change (CUBeC) explores whether engagement in risky behaviour could be reduced by providing young people with information. The specific forms of behaviour examined are substance use (including smoking, alcohol consumption, and drug use), engagement in criminal activity and, where possible, sexual risky behaviour. The population of interest is young people aged 13–19. Leadership Briefing issue 7.09 (81)

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