Predicting binge-drinking behaviour using an extended TPB: examining the impact of anticipated regret and descriptive norms.

@article{Cooke2007PredictingBB,
  title={Predicting binge-drinking behaviour using an extended TPB: examining the impact of anticipated regret and descriptive norms.},
  author={Richard Cooke and Falko F Sniehotta and Benjamin Sch{\"u}z},
  journal={Alcohol and alcoholism},
  year={2007},
  volume={42 2},
  pages={84-91}
}
AIMS To investigate the utility of an extended Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB), including descriptive norms and anticipated regret, in predicting binge-drinking intentions and behaviour. METHODS A total of 178 undergraduates completed a questionnaire containing measures of TPB variables, descriptive norms, anticipated regret, and previous binge-drinking behaviour. One week later, 104 students completed a measure of binge-drinking behaviour. RESULTS Hierarchical regression demonstrated… CONTINUE READING

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