A study comparing alcohol use of students attending a community college offering extensive alcohol

A study comparing alcohol use of students attending a community college offering extensive alcohol

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A study comparing alcohol use of students attending a community college offering extensive alcohol education programming to alcohol use of student at a similar college with no such programming is described. The intervention school coordinated a diverse and comprehensive alcohol education program with a variety of components such as free prevention materials for all students, weekly on-campus 12-step support group meetings, counseling and treatment referrals, student-led responsible drinking and alcohol-free activities, an alcohol education component as part of human development course, programming designed for specific student populations, and staff training. A one-time survey about drinking behavior and awareness was administered in introductory psychology and sociology classrooms to 70 student from each school. Result indicated that the sample of students enrolled at the college with alcohol education programming drank alcohol significantly less frequently than student at the control school. As discovered by alcoholism and alcohol abuse statistics and facts, even though
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A study comparing alcohol use of students attending a community college offering extensive alcohol

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