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This article presents determinants of eating sweet and fat snacks between meals by adolescents (12-15 years). A preliminary qualitative study focused on eliciting students' interpretation of the self-rated terminology 'low nutrient sweet and fat snacks' and the development of a written questionnaire following the principles of the theory of reasoned action(More)
Two contrasting perspectives are used to study correlates of young people's (16-25 years) alcohol consumption in public drinking places. One perspective is the theory of reasoned behaviour, or the Fishbein-Ajzen model, extended with self-efficacy. The other perspective assumes that exposure to drinking situations and aspects of the actual drinking situation(More)
This study aims to assess which types of social influence are correlated with young people's (15-24 years) heavy drinking (six or more glasses) in public drinking places during the weekend. Drinking in public drinking places can be defined as a "timeout" situation. Therefore we assumed that situational factors (e.g., importance of socializing and direct(More)
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