Are perceived stress, depressive symptoms and religiosity associated with alcohol consumption? A survey of freshmen university students across five European countries

@inproceedings{Sebena2012ArePS,
  title={Are perceived stress, depressive symptoms and religiosity associated with alcohol consumption? A survey of freshmen university students across five European countries},
  author={Rene Sebena and Walid El Ansari and Christiane Stock and Olga Orosova and Rafael T. Mikolajczyk},
  booktitle={Substance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to investigate the association of perceived stress, depressive symptoms and religiosity with frequent alcohol consumption and problem drinking among freshmen university students from five European countries. METHODS 2529 university freshmen (mean age 20.37, 64.9% females) from Germany (n = 654), Poland (n = 561), Bulgaria (n = 688), the UK (n = 311) and Slovakia (n = 315) completed a questionnaire containing the modified Beck Depression Inventory for… CONTINUE READING
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