October 2018 Research

Developing Text Messages to Reduce Community College Student Alcohol Use American Journal of Health Behavior

Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Medical Amnesty Policy Change on College Students’ Alcohol Consumption, Physiological Consequences, and Helping Behaviors Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs

Preventing and Responding to Sexual Misconduct: Preliminary Efficacy of a Peer-Led Bystander Training Program for Preventing Sexual Misconduct and Reducing Heavy Drinking Among Collegiate Athletes Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Influencing the Binge-Drinking Culture on a College Campus Nurse Educator

Alcohol-related sex expectancies explain the relation between alcohol use and sexting among college students Computers in Human Behavior

Peer, social media, and alcohol marketing influences on college student drinking Journal of American College Health

Marijuana eCHECKUPTO GO: Effects of a personalized feedback plus protective behavioral strategies intervention for heavy marijuana-using college students Drug and Alcohol Dependence

Motives for and impairment associated with alcohol and marijuana use among college students Addictive Behaviors

Effects of Repeated Binge Drinking on Blood Pressure Levels and Other Cardiovascular Health Metrics in Young Adults: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2011‐2014 Journal of the American Heart Association

Marijuana's Effects on Brain Structure and Function: What Do We Know and What Should We Do? A Brief Review and Commentary American Journal of Medicine

Oregon recreational marijuana legalization: Changes in undergraduates’ marijuana use rates from 2008 to 2016. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors

Influence of Norm-Based Messages on College Students' Binge Drinking Intentions: Considering Norm Type, Regulatory Mode, and Level of Alcohol Consumption. Health Communications

Sex differences in the impact of secondhand harm from alcohol on student mental health and university sense of belonging Addictive Behaviors

Comparison of the locations where young adults smoke, vape, and eat/drink cannabis: Implications for harm reduction Addictive Behaviors Reports

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