Eastern Nova Scotia: Decision-making in 9-12 year olds, 1999

The second LoPHID cycle in Eastern Nova Scotia looked at the decision making processes by which pre-adolescents make decisions and weigh influences. To help develop a primary prevention strategy, the survey looked at decision making as a developmental milestone in children ages 9-12 years. Of particular interest were the influencing factors and how these affected decision making.

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