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The quantitative data presented here is based on a 2005 pencil-and-paper survey that investigated issues related to drink spiking. A sample of volunteer students aged between 18 and 65 years provided demographic data as well as data on attitudes, beliefs, and knowledge about drink spiking; risk factors; engagement in protective factors; locus of control; mindfulness; social self-efficacy and onus of responsibility.

Data time period: 2005 to 2005

145.70267915725,-16.973729400934 145.70267915725,-16.868622549485 145.84687471389,-16.868622549485 145.84687471389,-16.973729400934 145.70267915725,-16.973729400934

145.77477693557,-16.92117597521

text: Cairns, Australia

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