Outcome Expectancies, Descriptive Norms, and Alcohol Use: American Indian and White Adolescents

@article{Dieterich2013OutcomeED,
  title={Outcome Expectancies, Descriptive Norms, and Alcohol Use: American Indian and White Adolescents},
  author={Sara E. Dieterich and Linda R Stanley and Randall C. Swaim and Fred Beauvais},
  journal={The Journal of Primary Prevention},
  year={2013},
  volume={34},
  pages={209-219}
}
This study examined the relationships between adolescent alcohol use and outcome expectancies and descriptive norms for a sample of American Indian and white youth living on or near reservations. Three outcome expectancies proposed by the theory of normative social behavior (perceived benefits to self, perceived benefits to others, and anticipatory socialization) were examined. Survey data were collected from high school students in the 2009–2010, 2010–2011, and 2011–2012 school years. Stronger… CONTINUE READING
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