Reducing Alcohol Use in First-Year University Students: Evaluation of a Web-Based Personalized Feedback Program
The efficacy of a Web-based personalization feedback program--electronic CHECKUP TO GO (e-CHUG), aimed at reducing heavy drinking in 1st-year university students--is evaluated. Results indicated that high-risk students in the e-CHUG group reported significantly greater reductions in weekly drinking quantity, frequency of drinking to intoxication, and occurrence of alcohol-related problems. Recommendations for integrating Web-based alcohol programs into a comprehensive prevention program are discussed.
Doumas, Diana M. and Andersen, Lorna L.. (2009). "Reducing Alcohol Use in First-Year University Students: Evaluation of a Web-Based Personalized Feedback Program". Journal of College Counseling, 12(1), 18-32.
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