Douglas W Newton

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OBJECTIVE This study explored the relationships between college student gender, alcohol use, protective strategies and harmful drinking consequences. METHOD A derivation sample (N = 3,851; 54% women) and a replication sample (N = 4,151; 55% women) of undergraduate students completed the Campus Alcohol Survey (CAS) in classroom settings. RESULTS Although(More)
OBJECTIVE This study explored how much variance in college student negative drinking consequences is explained by descriptive norm perception, beyond that accounted for by student gender and self-reported alcohol use. METHOD A derivation sample (N=7565; 54% women) and a replication sample (N=8924; 55.5% women) of undergraduate students completed the(More)
The purpose of the present study was to further delineate the role of natural killer (NK) cells in the early stages of resistance to infection by Pseudomonas aeruginosa, strain PAO1. Intravenous injection of the monoclonal antibody alpha-NK1.1 resulted in an 82% reduction in NK cell activity of normal mice, as measured by a standard 4-hour 51Cr release(More)
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