Enhancing alcohol problem recognition: a self-regulation model for the effects of self-focusing and normative information.

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OBJECTIVE A self-regulation model for predicting alcohol problem recognition among heavy drinking college students (N = 72) was tested. METHOD The effects of both self-focusing and normative information concerning alcohol use were assessed in a 2 (self-focusing information: present, absent) x 2 (normative information: present, absent) factorial design… (More)

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