Individual and situational factors that influence the efficacy of personalized feedback substance use interventions for mandated college students.

@article{Mun2009IndividualAS,
  title={Individual and situational factors that influence the efficacy of personalized feedback substance use interventions for mandated college students.},
  author={Eun Young Mun and Helene Raskin White and Thomas J Morgan},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={77 1},
  pages={88-102}
}
Little is known about individual and situational factors that moderate the efficacy of personalized feedback interventions (PFIs). Mandated college students (N = 348) were randomly assigned either to a PFI delivered in the context of a brief motivational interview (BMI; n = 180) or to a written PFI only (WF) condition and were followed up at 4 months and 15 months postintervention. The authors empirically identified heterogeneous subgroups utilizing mixture modeling analysis based on heavy… CONTINUE READING

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