Whose opinion matters? The relationship between injunctive norms and alcohol consequences in college students.

@article{Labrie2010WhoseOM,
  title={Whose opinion matters? The relationship between injunctive norms and alcohol consequences in college students.},
  author={Joseph W Labrie and Justin F. Hummer and Clayton Neighbors and Mary E. Larimer},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  year={2010},
  volume={35 4},
  pages={343-9}
}
Harm reduction approaches may benefit from research extending the exploration of predictors of alcohol use per se to those components most directly related to alcohol-related harm. This investigation evaluated the relationship between perceived injunctive norms of alcohol use (level of approval of drinking behaviors in specific situations) and the experience of alcohol-related consequences as a function of typical student reference groups at increasing levels of similarity to the respondent… CONTINUE READING

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