Academic journal article American Journal of Health Education

Continuing Education Questions

Academic journal article American Journal of Health Education

Continuing Education Questions

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Event Code: 1-2010

For Continuing Education Contact Hours Article

Social Norms vs. Risk Reduction Approach to 21st Birthday Celebrations

Congruent to Responsibility IV: Evaluating Effectiveness of Health Education Programs

1. Approximately--percent of college students report engaging in heavy episodic drinking,

a. 20

b. 30

c. 40

d. 50

2. Heavy episodic drinking is defined as the consumption of--or more alcoholic drinks in a row for men and--or more alcoholic drinks for women at least once in the past two weeks.

a. 2,3

b. 3,4

c. 3,5

d. 5,4

3. Previous research indicates that--of students visit a bar as part of their 21st birthday celebration.

a. 35010

b. 45%

c. 65%

d. 75%

4. A national study by Perkins and Colleagues confirmed previous research indicating that one's perception of the campus drinking norm is a significant predictor of personal alcohol use,

a. true

b. false

5. Social norm messages are designed to highlight healthy drinking patterns without

a. …

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