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Friends, authority and health: An insight into young people's smoking habits and efforts to quit, by Debbie Fergus, Jennifer Rowe and Margaret McAllister
v.21, n.1, 2002, pp.34-39.

'You're a peer what?!': Clarifying the roles of peer supporters, educators and researchers for youth consultants, by Tony Phillips, Kathleen Stacey and Jai Milner,
v.20, n.4, 2001, pp.40-47.

Peer relations at school and the health of adolescents, by K. Rigby
v.17 n.1, 1998, pp.13-17.

Development of the Teenage Cancer Peer Support Program, Canteen, by M. Carr-Gregg, C. Olsson, J. Toumbourou & G. Bowes
v.16, n.3, 1997, pp.22-26.

Parents or peers: Who influences adolescent drug use the most?, by T. McCallum.
v.13, n.3, 1994, pp.36-41.

Friendships and Feelings: Young women with disabilities talk about their personal lives, by Jenny Bramely, Christa van Kraayenoord and John Elkins (reported in "Understanding Young Women with Disabilities" (available from the Fred and Eleanor Schonell Special Education Research Centre, University of Queensland, Australia).
v.12, n.1, 1993, pp.28-34.

The times they are still a'changing: Characteristics of Tasmanian adolescent peer groups, by Carey Denholm, Tim Horniblow & Rosemary Smalley
v.11, n.2, 1992, pp.18-25.

Who knows what? Parent and peer orientations in adolescent decision making, by Jeffrey Wilks & Margaret A. Orth
v.10, n.4, 1991, pp.36-40.

Peer support, by J. Mitchell, 'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies'
v.8, n.3, 1989, p.52.