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Measuring alcohol-related protective behavioral strategies among college students: further examination of the Protective Behavioral Strategies Scale.
Heavy drinking among college students has been recognized as a public health problem on American college campuses (e.g., R. Hingson, T. Heeren, M. Winter, & H. Wechsler, 2005). Recently, protectiveExpand
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Partying Before the Party: Examining Prepartying Behavior Among College Students
Objective: The authors examined the phenomenon known to college students as prepartying, which is the consumption of alcohol prior to attending an event or activity (eg, party, bar, concert) at whichExpand
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Protective behavioral strategies mediate the effect of drinking motives on alcohol use among heavy drinking college students: gender and race differences.
OBJECTIVE This study examined the extent to which protective behavioral strategies (PBS) mediated the influence of drinking motives on alcohol consumption, and if these hypothesized relationshipsExpand
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Prepartying promotes heightened risk in the college environment: an event-level report.
Due to the emergence of research literature examining the prepartying behavior of college students, the present study examines students' varying drinking rates, blood alcohol levels (BALs), andExpand
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Global sleep quality as a moderator of alcohol consumption and consequences in college students.
The authors examined the relationship between global sleep quality and alcohol risk, including the extent to which global sleep quality moderated the relationship between alcohol use andExpand
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Measuring college students' motives behind prepartying drinking: development and validation of the prepartying motivations inventory.
Drinking motives are vital in identifying risk factors and better understanding alcohol-related outcomes. However, context-specific motivations could provide greater motivational perspective onExpand
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Hooking Up in the College Context: The Event-Level Effects of Alcohol Use and Partner Familiarity on Hookup Behaviors and Contentment
The current study examined hooking up experiences through event-level analyses, including the connections involving alcohol use, the extent of physical contact, and postevaluations of the hookupExpand
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Performance of alcohol and safer sex change rulers compared with readiness to change questionnaires.
As part of a larger intervention study, the authors hypothesized that change rulers created for alcohol and safer sex would be equivalent to longer questionnaires. Ninety-six male college studentsExpand
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Reasons for drinking in the college student context: the differential role and risk of the social motivator.
OBJECTIVE The present study examines the relationships among reasons for drinking, alcohol consumption, and alcohol-related consequences in two college-aged samples. Personal motivators such as moodExpand
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Effects of alcohol, expectancies, and partner type on condom use in college males: Event‐level analyses
Sexually active heterosexual college males (N = 93) provided data on over 1,500 sexual encounters. Alcohol consumption, expectancies about alcohol's impact on condom use, and partner type eachExpand
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