2019
DOI: 10.1590/1413-81232018244.30252017
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Abstract: This descriptive cross-sectional research sample was consisted of 613 high school students in Eastern Turkey. Data were collected by using the Questionnaire on Substance Use and its Causes and Self-Efficacy in the Prevention of Substance Abuse Scale (SEAPSAS). Data were analyzed with percentiles, Chi-Square, ANOVA, Kruskal Wallis, correlation and regression. Almost 40% of the students had tried smoking and 21.7% of them smoked sometimes or regularly. The mean age of students’ first cigarette use was 13.5. More… Show more

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“…This implies that the higher the self -efficacy of students, the lower the tendency of being influence into the act of drug use. That is students of high self-efficacy are usually characterized with personal conviction of indulging in an act willingly without being coerced, this agrees with Rosdiana and Sowarto (2016), Karatay and Gürarslan Baş (2019) and Uzun and Kelleci (2018) findings that significant differences existed between these level of efficacy.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 85%
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“…This implies that the higher the self -efficacy of students, the lower the tendency of being influence into the act of drug use. That is students of high self-efficacy are usually characterized with personal conviction of indulging in an act willingly without being coerced, this agrees with Rosdiana and Sowarto (2016), Karatay and Gürarslan Baş (2019) and Uzun and Kelleci (2018) findings that significant differences existed between these level of efficacy.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 85%
“…People with higher self-efficacy do not easily give up when confronted with difficulties (Ersanla, 2015). Karatay and Gürarslan Baş (2019) affirmed the fact that male abusers, consumers of alcohol and cigarettes and those with adverse family relationship are usually characterized with low self-efficacy for substance use. Chavarria et al (2012) examined the relationships between change in self-regulation and self-efficacy as predictors of substance use abstinence.…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, five studies reported mixed/negative outcomes in this domain. Karatay and Bas (Turkey) initially found that self-efficacy score was lower in those who had alcohol users in the family vs those who did not (88.21 vs 95.81, p < 0.001) but this was no longer significant after multiple regression analysis [ 67 ]. Gulati and Dutta (India) found in a multiple linear regression analysis that the father’s alcohol abuse status was not significant as a risk variable for internalised or externalised behaviours [ 43 ].…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There is a global burden of drug abuse in correlation with smoking and alcohol consumers. Cultural tolerance and social acceptance for smoking in Turkey make it easier for students to increase the addiction risk (Karatay and Bas 2019). In European countries, opposite to Lebanon, illicit drugs are considered legal, which increase the rate of its freely consumption.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%