Computerized mental health risk appraisal for college students: user acceptability and correlation with standard pencil-and-paper questionnaires.


Due to an interaction of age, birth cohort, genetics, and the lifestyle factors inherent in the "college experience," some college students are at increased risk for mental health problems such as alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse; depression; stress and anxiety; and eating disorders. A program to promote self-monitoring of students' health behaviors… (More)


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