Factors that influence self-perception of risk for developing substance use disorders in emerging adults

Morgan Driver, Danielle Dick, Fazil Aliev, Peter Barr & Sally Kuo
Risk perception is the likelihood of experiencing a health-related outcome and is one of the main components of the Health Belief Model, as well as other health behavior models. Risk perception is associated with a number of preventative and health-related behavior outcomes including health care service use, uptake of screening, diet and exercise. Perceived risk has been studied in relationship to health outcomes such as cancer and diabetes, but little research has assessed perceived risk...
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