Age of drinking onset as a moderator of the efficacy of parent-based, brief motivational, and combined intervention approaches to reduce drinking and consequences among college students.

@article{Mallett2010AgeOD,
  title={Age of drinking onset as a moderator of the efficacy of parent-based, brief motivational, and combined intervention approaches to reduce drinking and consequences among college students.},
  author={Kimberly A Mallett and Anne E. Ray and Rob Turrisi and Calum Belden and Rachel L Bachrach and Mary E. Larimer},
  journal={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research},
  year={2010},
  volume={34 7},
  pages={1154-61}
}
BACKGROUND The current study tested age of onset as a moderator of intervention efficacy on drinking and consequence outcomes among a high-risk population of college students (i.e., former high school athletes). METHODS Students were randomized to one of four conditions: assessment only control, combined parent-based intervention (PBI) and brief motivational intervention (BMI), PBI alone, and BMI alone. Participants (n = 1,275) completed web-administered measures at baseline (summer before… CONTINUE READING
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