Decreasing problematic alcohol use with behavioral strategies: a cognitive model
Problematic alcohol use is a pattern of hazardous consumption that commonly leads to negative outcomes that affect college students' ability to complete day-to-day responsibilities. Behavioral strategies such as ensuring a safe ride home or avoiding drinking games is linked to a reduction of alcohol-related consequences by providing concrete tactics to enable a change in patterns of consumption. Thus, improving an individual’s ability to utilize these strategies before or during alcohol consumption is targeted in contemporary interventions and preventative approaches. In spite of this practice, ...
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