An Assessment of Drinking Patterns and Drinking Problems Among Community College Students Using Engs' Student Alcohol Questionnaire
The Wyoming Chemical Abuse Research and Education (C.A.R.E.) Program was recently charged with investigating the prevalence of community college student drinking and problems related to drinking in the state. Its charge included comparing such patterns with national four-college and university student drinking patterns, and making recommendations based upon the findings. The goal of this investigation was to provide meaningful information for the immediate development and implementation of new practices, techniques and programming for state-wide community college student alcohol education.
Coll, Kenneth M.; Shott, D.; and Morris, J.. (1999). "An Assessment of Drinking Patterns and Drinking Problems Among Community College Students Using Engs' Student Alcohol Questionnaire". Journal of College Student Development, 40(1), 98-100.
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