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A multisite randomized trial of normative feedback for heavy drinking: Social comparison versus social comparison plus correction of normative misperceptions
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2016-03)
Objective: Given widespread alcohol misuse among college students, numerous intervention programs have been developed, including personalized normative feedback (PNF). Most research evaluating PNF assumes that presenting ...
Young adult veteran perceptions of peers' drinking behavior and attitudes
(Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 2016-02)
Social norms-based interventions have shown promise in reducing drinking behavior and resulting consequences in young adults. Although most research has focused on young civilians (i.e., college students), some studies ...
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 ...
Efficacy of web-based personalized normative feedback: A two-year randomized controlled trial
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2010-12)
Objective: Web-based brief alcohol interventions have the potential to reach a large number of individuals at low cost; however, few controlled evaluations have been conducted to date. The present study was designed to ...
Social-norms interventions for light and nondrinking students
(Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 2011-09)
Social-norms approaches to alcohol prevention are based on consistent findings that most students overestimate the prevalence of drinking among their peers. Most interventions have been developed for heavy-drinking students, ...