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Self-determination, perceived approval, and drinking: Differences between Asian Americans and Caucasians
(Addictive Behaviors, 2013)
The present research assessed racial differences in the associations among controlled orientation, injunctive norms, and increased drinking by White and Asian American college students. Previous research has noted racial ...
Use of mobile devices to answer online surveys: Implications for research
(BMC Research Notes, 2013)
Background: There is a growing use of mobile devices to access the Internet. We examined whether participants who used a mobile device to access a brief online survey were quicker to respond to the survey but also, less ...
Expressive writing as a brief intervention for reducing drinking intentions
(Addictive Behaviors, 2013-12)
The present study examined the effectiveness of expressive writing in reducing drinking behavior. We expected that students prompted to write about negative drinking experiences would show greater decreases in future ...
Perceptions of Partners’ Problematic Alcohol Use Affect Relationship Outcomes Beyond Partner Self-Reported Drinking: Alcohol Use in Committed Romantic Relationships
(Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 2013-09)
Alcohol use is prevalent among college students, including those who are in committed romantic relationships. Individuals’ perceptions of their partner’s alcohol use may have significant effects on how they view both their ...
Benefit finding as a moderator of the relationship between spirituality/religiosity and drinking
(Addictive Behaviors, 2013-11)
This study evaluated benefit finding as a moderator of the relationship between spiritual and religious attitudes and drinking. Previous research indicates that undergraduates who drink heavily experience negative ...
RCT of web-based personalized normative feedback for college drinking prevention: Are typical student norms good enough?
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2013-12)
Objectives: Personalized normative feedback (PNF) interventions are generally effective at correcting normative misperceptions and reducing risky alcohol consumption among college students. However, research has yet to ...