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The Problem of College Drinking: Insights From a Developmental Perspective

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Schulenberg, John E., J.L. Maggs, S.W. Long, K.J. Sher, H.J. Gotham, J.S. Baer, D.R. Kivlahan, G.A. Marlatt, and R.A. Zucker. 2001. "The Problem of College Drinking: Insights From a Developmental Perspective." Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 25:473-477.

This article represents the proceedings of a symposium at the 2000 RSA Meeting in Denver, Colorado. John Schulenberg and Jennifer L. Maggs were Organizers. Stephen W. Long was Chair and provided opening remarks. The presentations were: (1) I'm not a drunk, just a college student: Binge drinking during college as a developmental disturbance, by John Schulenberg; (2) Course of alcohol use disorders during college, by Kenneth J. Sher; (3) How do students experience alcohol and its effects? Positive versus negative expectancies and consequences, by Jennifer L. Maggs; and (4) Brief intervention in the context of developmental trends in college drinking, by G. Alan Marlatt. Critique and commentary were provided by Robert A. Zucker.

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