Self-efficacy, perceived norms, intentions, and drinking among abstainers and light drinkers.
This research evaluated associations among drinking refusal self-efficacy (social, emotional, and opportunistic), perceived descriptive norms, intentions to drink, and drinking among non-drinking and light drinking college students. Perceived norms were more weakly associated with drinking intentions, drinks per month, and drinking-related problems among those with higher social self-efficacy.
Society for Personality and Social Psychology
Neighbors, C., Nguyen, A., & Rodriguez, L. M. (2012, January). Self-efficacy, perceived norms, intentions, and drinking among abstainers and light drinkers. Presented at the 13th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA.
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