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Authors Raymond P. Daugherty and Carl Leukefeld argue for replacing the youth-based, 'zero tolerance' approach to substance abuse prevention that has been dominant in the field over the past two decades. Their dynamic alternative is the Lifestyle Risk Reduction Model, which revises standard prevention strategies to make them relevant throughout the entire life span. Features of this revolutionary new paradigm include Five Principles of Lifestyle Risk Reduction (LRR), Five Conditions of Effective LRR, and the LLR Formulas.
The book contains black-and-white illustrations.
Mapping Prevention: For Childhood or the Life Span? Rethinking Prevention from a Lifetime Perspective. A Foundation for Lifespan-Focused Prevention. Learning from Youth-Focused Prevention Models. Behavior: The Ultimate Risk and Protective Factor. Maximizing Behavior Change. Special Issues in Lifestyle Risk Reduction. Concluding Remarks. Index.