The data belong to the older of the two student cohorts in the 'Teenage Friends and Lifestyle Study', which were followed over their second, third and fourth year at a secondary school in Glasgow. The study was funded by the chief scientist office of the scottish home and health department under their smoking initiative (grant k/opr/17/8), and was executed by lynn michell and patrick west of the medical research council / medical sociology unit, university of Glasgow. The data have been joined and simplified for practicing purposes.
A data frame with thirteen variables:
respondent ID, as a character string
respondent age, in years with one decimal digit
respondent sex, boy or girl
any smokers at home, yes or no
smoking by at least one parent, yes or no
smoking by at least one sibling, yes or no
time of observation, starting in February 1995, when the pupils were aged 13, and ending in January 1997
respondent alcohol consumption: 1 (none), 2 (once or twice a year), 3 (once a month), 4 (once a week) and 5 (more than once a week)
respondent cannabis consumption: 1 (none), 2 (tried once), 3 (occasional) and 4 (regular)
respondent tobacco consumption: 1 (none), 2 (occasional) and 3 (regular, i.e. more than once per week)
respondent's pocket money per month, in British pounds
whether the student had a romantic relation, yes or no
number of friendship nominations received by other respondents
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