Journal of Alcohol & Drug Education

A refereed scholarly journal presenting various educational philosophies and differing viewpoints with regard to alcohol and drugs. Reports teacher experiences and experiments, and provides a reference for actual teaching materials, including a factual gu

Articles from Vol. 53, No. 3, December

Common Issues and Collaborative Solutions: A Comparison of Student Alcohol Use Behaviors at the Community College and Four-Year Institutional Levels
Abstract The literature exploring commonalities between four-year and community college student alcohol use is relatively scarce. A possible reason for this discrepancy is the heavy focus on alcohol issues at university colleges. Coll (1999)presented...
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Dieting Behavior and Alcohol Use Behaviors among National Eating Disorders Screening Program Participants
ABSTRACT Objective: Research has shown that college students have elevated rates of alcohol use and problematic eating behaviors. The current study focused on the relationships between dieting behaviors and alcohol use among a sample of undergraduates...
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Role of Labeling in Prevention of Alcohol Abuse
On-product labeling is a common method of providing information to the consumer. For some products labeling can also serve as an important means for imparting health-related messages. For example, packaged processed foods have been mandated to provide...
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The Use of Freshmen Seminar Programs to Deliver Personalized Feedback
ABSTRACT The current study tested the effectiveness of delivering personalized feedback to first-semester college freshmen in a group lecture format. Participants enrolled in semester-long courses were randomly assigned to receive either personalized...
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Using Community-Based Participatory Research to Adapt Keepin' It REAL: Creating a Socially, Developmentally, and Academically Appropriate Prevention Curriculum for 5th Graders
ABSTRACT This paper reports on a process in which program designers, classroom teachers, and students worked together to adapt the 7th grade "keepin' it REAL" prevention curriculum to a developmentally, socially, and academically appropriate curriculum...
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