Thirty-nine White deaf persons functioning normally within the general hearing community were surveyed on a variety of factors concerning their use of alcohol, and compared to the data from two comparable hearing samples reported previously in the literature. No significant differences were found between the deaf and hearing samples on patterns of drinking… (More)
The Network Training Materials Project at the University of Newcastle (UK) surveyed the existing scope of network training materials and found that printed material was the most common, but that there was a demand for alternative forms of training material, particularly for self-teaching purposes. The Project is producing generic training materials… (More)
Responses on a semantic differential questionnaire indicated that 12-year-olds had formed stereotypes about the effects of alcohol on adults and that these stereotypes were generally negative.