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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 ...
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 ...
Do different types of social identity moderate the association between perceived descriptive norms and drinking among college students?
(Addictive Behaviors, 2014-09)
Perceived descriptive norms are one of the strongest predictors of college drinking. Social Identity Theory posits that much of our identity is based on groups with which we affiliate. Prior research suggests that there ...
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 ...