This study examined differences in the relationship of drinking motives to drinking behavior among sanctioned and non-sanctioned first year students (N = 298). Results of hierarchical regression analyses indicated for both sanctioned and non-sanctioned students, alcohol use was predicted by social and enhancement motives and alcohol-related consequences were predicted by social, enhancement, and coping motives. Additionally, high levels of conformity motives predicted alcohol use and alcohol-related consequences for sanctioned students only. Counseling implications are discussed.
This is the peer reviewed version of the following article:
D.M. Doumas. (2017). Alcohol Use and Drinking Motives Among Sanctioned and Nonsanctioned Students. Journal of College Counseling, 20(2), 113-125. doi: 10.1002/jocc.12064
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Doumas, Diana M.. (2017). "Alcohol Use and Drinking Motives Among Sanctioned and Non-Sanctioned Students". Journal of College Counseling, 20(2), 113-125. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jocc.12064
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