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LD Johnston, PM O'Malley, JG Bachman. (December 16, 2002). Ecstasy use among American teens drops for the first time in recent years, and overall drug and alcohol use also decline in the year after 9/11. University of Michigan News and Information Services: Ann Arbor, MI. [On-line]. Available: www.monitoringthefuture.org; accessed MM/DD/YY.
Trends in Attitudes - Tables 8 - 11
Trends in Availability - Tables 12 & 13
Various Illicit Drugs - Figures 1
Specific Drugs - Figures 2 - 11
Trends on Cigarette Smoking - Tables 1 - 4
Trends in Prevalence, Attitudes, and Availability
Publicly-available Monitoring the Future microdata from the cross-sectional, in-school surveys may be obtained through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Data Archive (SAMHDA), a part of the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR).
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Note that these data sets have had all personal indentifiers removed, and other information which might be used to impute identities has been either altered or removed altogether to protect study respondents.