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The impact of gender role ideology, gender role identity, reflective norms, and the mediational effects of drinking motives on female college student alcohol consumption
Heavy drinking causes many problems for female college students including academic deficiency, social issues, and an increased risk for sexual assault. This study aimed to create a model of female college student drinking ...
Gender Roles and Drinking Motives: The Impact on College Students’ Ability to Recognize Sexual Victimization
This research study utilizes web-based survey data collected from a convenience sample of college men and women to determine the impacts of gender roles and drinking motives on the ability to recognize sexual victimization. ...
ALCOHOL USE DISORDERS (AUDS) AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: A PSYCHOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF CRAVING UTILIZING THE ADOLESCENT-OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DRINKING SCALE (A-OCDS) AND PROPOSED DSM-5 AUD CRITERIA
Although craving is a new criterion to the DSM-5, craving has an extensive history with the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). Several models of craving have been articulated including behavioral learning, ...