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Users, marijuana users and illicit substance users in their networks were more likely to engage in those behaviors themselves. Described by McPherson (2001), this phenomenon is referred to as homophily and refers to the idea that like individuals are more likely to affiliate with others who are similar to themselves (i.e., "birds of a feather flock together"). These results are intuitive given the

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