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Mantente REAL (Seville, Spain)
Principal Investigators: Flavio F. Marsiglia, David Alarcón Rubio
In collaboration with the University Pablo de Olavide of Seville Spain, GCAHR is culturally adapting the keepin’ it REAL curriculum in southern Spain. Students will come from four secondary public schools in the province of Sevilla, all schools will be selected from low socio-economic neighborhoods with a strong Roma (gipsy) and recent immigrant representation. The target sample will consist of 7th graders attending two randomly selected experimental and two control schools (N ≈ 480).
Motivation for Change in People with Drug Dependencies from a Gender Analysis (Seville, Spain)
In collaboration with the University Pablo de Olavide of Seville Spain, SIRC will conduct a pilot study to analyze the reasons for change in men and women in a drug addiction treatment. The study involves a sample of 300 men and women with addiction, selected randomly stratified between six Ambulatory Treatment Centers (CT) in the province of Seville. The sample will be selected among people who are in treatment at one of the four rehab centers. The sample consists of proportional age population (range: 18-65) mode and type of consumption of primary substance: alcohol, cocaine, heroin and other substances.