The Adolescent's Competency for Interacting with Alcohol as a Determinant of Intake: The Role of Self-Regulation

@inproceedings{Fuente2017TheAC,
  title={The Adolescent's Competency for Interacting with Alcohol as a Determinant of Intake: The Role of Self-Regulation},
  author={Jesus Grajal de la Fuente and Inmaculada Cubero and Mari Carmen S{\'a}nchez-Amate and Francisco Javier Calder{\'o}n Peralta and Angelica Maria Garzon and Javier Fiz P{\'e}rez},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2017}
}
The competency for interacting with alcohol is a highly useful Educational Psychology model for preventing and for understanding the different behavioral levels of this interaction. Knowledge of facts, concepts and principles about alcohol use, self-regulated behavior, and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol. The objective of this study was to empirically evaluate this postulated relationship. A total of 328 Spanish adolescents participated, between the… CONTINUE READING

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Knowledge of facts , concepts and principles about alcohol use , self - regulated behavior , and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol .
Knowledge of facts , concepts and principles about alcohol use , self - regulated behavior , and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol .
Knowledge of facts , concepts and principles about alcohol use , self - regulated behavior , and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol .
Knowledge of facts , concepts and principles about alcohol use , self - regulated behavior , and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol .
Knowledge of facts , concepts and principles about alcohol use , self - regulated behavior , and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol .
Knowledge of facts , concepts and principles about alcohol use , self - regulated behavior , and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol .
Knowledge of facts , concepts and principles about alcohol use , self - regulated behavior , and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol .
Knowledge of facts , concepts and principles about alcohol use , self - regulated behavior , and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol .
Knowledge of facts , concepts and principles about alcohol use , self - regulated behavior , and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol .
Knowledge of facts , concepts and principles about alcohol use , self - regulated behavior , and attitudes toward alcohol are predictive of adequate interaction with alcohol .
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