Table 2

Logistic Regression Models Predicting 12-Month Cannabis Use Among Court-Involved, Nonincarcerated Adolescents With First-Time Offense

VariableStep 1Step 2Step 3
B (SE)PB (SE)PB (SE)P
Model 1: Peer Cannabis Use Beliefs
Age0.21 (0.11).050.16 (0.11).170.15 (0.11).18
Gender0.37 (0.29).210.31 (0.33).350.31 (0.33).35
Race/ethnicity
Other, non-Latinx–0.51 (0.43).25–0.43 (0.45).34–0.42 (0.45).36
Latinx–0.64 (0.39).10–0.59 (0.40).14–0.59 (0.40).15
Baseline cannabis use2.51 (0.33)< .00012.18 (0.36)< .00012.19 (0.36)< .0001
Minority SOGI0.12 (0.35).730.14 (0.34).69
Peer beliefs0.22 (0.10).030.24 (0.13).06
Peer beliefs × minority SOGI–0.05 (0.19).77
Model 2: Family Functioning
Age0.24 (0.11).040.25 (0.12).030.24 (0.12).04
Gender0.27 (0.33).410.18 (0.35).620.16 (0.36).65
Race/ethnicitya
Other, non-Latinx–0.48 (0.45).29–0.48 (0.45).29–0.50 (0.46).28
Latinx–0.65 (0.35).07–0.65 (0.35).07–0.67 (0.36).06
Baseline cannabis use2.53 (0.32)< .00012.52 (0.33)< .00012.56 (0.33)< .0001
Minority SOGI0.33 (0.38).380.40 (0.38).30
Family functioning–0.01 (0.29).97–0.46 (0.37).22
Family functioning × minority SOGI1.20 (0.59).04
• Multiple imputation by chained equations (MICE) was employed to account for missing data.

• a Race/ethnicity variables are contrast coded with white, non-Latinx as the comparison group.

• SOGI = sexual orientation and gender identity.