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Difficulties regulating emotions: Do binge eaters have fewer strategies to modulate and tolerate negative affect?
The current study evaluated whether difficulties regulating emotions explained unique variance in binge eating and examined which types of emotion regulation difficulties are most strongly associatedExpand
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Are social norms the best predictor of outcomes among heavy-drinking college students?
OBJECTIVE This research was designed to evaluate the relative contribution of social norms, demographics, drinking motives, and alcohol expectancies in predicting alcohol consumption and relatedExpand
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The relative impact of injunctive norms on college student drinking: the role of reference group.
This research evaluated the importance of reference groups in the relationships between injunctive norms and alcohol consumption for college student drinkers. First-year students (N = 811; 58% women)Expand
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Fitting in and feeling fine: conformity and coping motives as mediators of the relationship between social anxiety and problematic drinking.
The present research was conducted to clarify the relationships among social anxiety, alcohol consumption, alcohol-related problems, and negative-reinforcement drinking motives among collegeExpand
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Gender-specific misperceptions of college student drinking norms.
This study evaluated perceptions of same-sex and opposite-sex gender-specific versus gender-nonspecific drinking norms among college students (115 men, 111 women). This research is consistent withExpand
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Targeting misperceptions of descriptive drinking norms: efficacy of a computer-delivered personalized normative feedback intervention.
The authors evaluated the efficacy of a computer-delivered personalized normative feedback intervention in reducing alcohol consumption among heavy-drinking college students. Participants includedExpand
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Interventions to reduce harm associated with adolescent substance use
A major proportion of the disease burden and deaths for young people in developed nations is attributable to misuse of alcohol and illicit drugs. Patterns of substance use established in adolescenceExpand
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Feedback interventions for college alcohol misuse: what, why and for whom?
In response to the persistent problem of college drinking, universities have instituted a range of alcohol intervention programs for students. Motivational feedback is one intervention that hasExpand
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Social Norms Approaches Using Descriptive Drinking Norms Education: A Review of the Research on Personalized Normative Feedback
College students have been shown to consistently overestimate the drinking of their peers. As a result, social norms approaches are effective in correcting these misperceived norms to reduce alcoholExpand
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Personalized mailed feedback for college drinking prevention: a randomized clinical trial.
The current study was designed to evaluate the efficacy of a mailed feedback and tips intervention as a universal prevention strategy for college drinking. Participants (N = 1,488) were randomlyExpand
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