Dartmouth researcher looks at how discrimination may lead to substance abuse




Meg Gerrard of the Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth Medical School looked at whether people used drugs/alcohol as a method of coping consistent with their habitual coping strategies, or if they believed that substance use would decrease their feelings of stress and negativity stemming from the discrimination.
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