Monitoring the Future National Survey Results on Drug Use, 1975-2014: Volume 2, College Students and Adults Ages 19-55

Presents findings of cross-sectional surveys of high school graduates that have been completed since 1976. Includes comparisons between those that attended college and peers that did not (sometimes called "the forgotten half"). Findings offer an important longitudinal snapshot that captures trends in drug use for both groups and its effects across the lifespan.

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