Perceived problem-solving skills and drinking patterns among college students.

Abstract

The cognitive social-learning-theory literature on alcohol abuse points to failure to generate appropriate alternative behaviors to drinking as a major predictor of relapse to drinking. Viewing drinking as a continuous variable, ranging from abstinence to abuse, it should be possible to demonstrate a relationship between problem-solving abilities and… (More)

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@article{Williams1989PerceivedPS, title={Perceived problem-solving skills and drinking patterns among college students.}, author={J. G. Williams and Kathryn J. Kleinfelter}, journal={Psychological reports}, year={1989}, volume={65 3 Pt 2}, pages={1235-44} }