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Brief Alcohol Intervention with College Students using BASICS: Face-to-Face versus Computerized Feedback
Research suggests that brief motivational models of intervention for alcohol use among college students are effective in decreasing risky drinking (Baer, Marlatt, Kivlhan, Fromme, Larimer, & Williams, 1992; Emrick 1975). ...
Using the Multiple Choice Procedure to Measure College Student Gambling
Research suggests that gambling is similar to addictive behaviors such as substance use. In the current study, gambling was investigated from a behavioral economics perspective. The Multiple Choice Procedure (MCP) with ...