Event-specific drinking among college students.

@article{Neighbors2011EventspecificDA,
  title={Event-specific drinking among college students.},
  author={Clayton Neighbors and David C. Atkins and Melissa A. Lewis and Christine M. Lee and Debra L. Kaysen and Angela J Mittmann and Nicole Fossos and Lindsey M Rodriguez},
  journal={Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={702-7}
}
College represents a period of risk for heavy drinking and experiencing unwanted consequences associated with drinking. Previous research has identified specific events, including holidays (e.g., New Years), school breaks (e.g., Spring Break) and personally relevant events (e.g., 21st birthdays), that are associated with elevated risk of heavy drinking and negative alcohol-related consequences. The systematic evaluation of relative risk offers insights into event-specific drinking and an… CONTINUE READING

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