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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 ...
The influence of confidence on associations among personal attitudes, perceived injunctive norms and alcohol consumption
(Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 2011-12)
Social norms theories hold that perceptions of the degree of approval for a behavior have a strong influence on one’s private attitudes and public behavior. In particular, being more approving of drinking and perceiving ...
Web-based intervention to change perceived norms of college student alcohol use and sexual behavior on Spring Break
(Addictive Behaviors, 2014-03)
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate an adapted web-based multi-component personalized feedback intervention to reduce college student alcohol use and risky sexual behavior during Spring Break. This is one of ...
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Event Specific Prevention Strategies for Reducing Problematic Drinking Associated with 21st Birthday Celebrations
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2012)
Objective: While research has documented heavy drinking practices and associated negative consequences of college students turning 21, few studies have examined prevention efforts aimed to reduce high-risk drinking during ...
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 ...
Randomized controlled trial of a spring break intervention to reduce high-risk drinking
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2014-04)
Objective: While recent studies have documented high-risk drinking occurring during Spring Break (SB), particularly on SB trips with friends, published intervention studies are few. The present study evaluated the efficacy ...