1991 A Generation at Risk
The Governor’s Drug Policy Council also sponsored the 1991 survey. For 1991, there were minor editorial changes, but the instrument maintained its excellent statistical reliability and validity (Governor’s Drug Policy Council, 1991, p. 1). The 1991 survey basically used the same survey instrument as the 1989 survey with some modifications. The most notable changes were the inclusion of three substances: crack cocaine, anabolic steroids, and over-the-counter medications specifically taken to get high.
Governor’s Drug Policy Council. (1991). Alcohol, drugs and Pennsylvania’s youth: A generation at risk: The 1991 survey of Pennsylvania school students. Harrisburg, PA: Author.
Report (.pdf) (17.7 MB)
Survey instrument is in Appendix C of the report.