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Efficacy of personalized normative feedback as a brief intervention for college student gambling: A randomized controlled trial
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2015-06)
Objective: Social influences on gambling among adolescents and adults have been well documented and may be particularly evident among college students, who have higher rates of problem and pathological gambling relative ...
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, ...
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 ...
Self-identification as a moderator of the relationship between gambling-related perceived norms and gambling behavior
(Journal of Gambling Studies, 2014-03)
This research was designed to evaluate social influences and perceived social norms on gambling behavior among undergraduate students. Furthermore, this research was designed to replicate and extend previous research ...