• To Drink or Not to Drink
    of their children. In addition, parents can also provide guidance in case in their children are having anxiety and social-relationship problems. Furthermore, the colleges and university officials can assist by strictly implementing their university policies. When these students are staying on...
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  • Binge Drinking
    college students. Universities throughout the United States are waking up to the problem of excessive drinking by students and attacking the issue head on. Binge drinking may be caused by many social factors and may ultimately lead to many health, behavioral, and safety consequences. By learning some...
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  • Alcohol and College Students
    their depressed, stressed about school work, and to simply have a so called good time. The social acceptance of drinking alcohol in college statistically makes alcohol abuse among college students one of the biggest problems among educational institutions in the United States. Statistically...
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  • Impact of social networking sites on student
    and Grades Among College Students. Whittemore School of Business and Economics. Walz, O. Laura (2009). The Relationship Between College Students’ Use of Social Networking Site and Their Sense of Belonging. University of Hartford. Retrived on 21st...
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    used (342) students in (6) universities. The study has proved that psychological well-being has a negative relationship with college stress and a positive coping strategy has significant buffering effects on psychological health problems. Also they found that the male students reported higher level...
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  • Health Psychology
    mechanism to stress or the social desire to fit it. Researchers do not know the correlation between stress levels and alcohol consumption among student athletes. However research concludes that college athletes frequently claim alcohol consumption to be recreational or social, in order to feel good or...
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  • Dangerous Expectations
    Dangerous Expectations and Norms Concerning Substance Abuse among College Freshmen. Ed Hayes University of Scranton Abstract According to a published study titled, “Addictive Behaviors,” students involved in college sports are more prone to abuse alcohol than nonathletic students (Joel R...
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    attention in the literature, little information on the effects of nutritional habits on the academic performance of college students can be found. Social factors A number of social factors that may contribute to stress among the college or university students have been identified. They include lack...
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  • Alcohol Involvement and Its Dimensions of Outcomes Experienced by Selected Level I Students in Cebu Doctors' College of Nursing: a Proposed Awareness Program
    problems among college students. The researchers opted to embark on this study because it is a great opportunity for us to acquire new knowledge, sharpen skills, build good character and collaborate with other people in different walks of life, may it be the respondents, mentors and other people we...
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  • Psycology
    particularly prevalent among university students, probably related to their developmental level, the associated vulnerabilities, as well as the various challenges facing them and their ways of dealing with stress and social situations (Chiauzzi et al., 2008). It has been noted that while university students...
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  • The Influence of Advertising and Self-Efficacy of Tobacco and Alcohol Consumptions of College Students
    televised portrayals on drinking among the young college students. College students shown segments of their popular television series containing drinking and smoking expressed the desire to act in the same manner. Environmental and Social Culture of Alcohol and Tobacco Kempton, Boster and Hartley...
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  • The Illicit Use of Adderall Among University Students
    The Illicit Use of Adderall Among University Students Victoria Milne 06248380 Ron Shore Monday Feb 4, 2013 The Problem: A Historical & Social Perspective: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is characterized by impulsive, hyperactive, distractive tendencies, and...
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  • The Impact of Social Media use on Academic Performance at one Urban University: A Pilot Study
    , and three preliminary research questions were formed to guide this study: (1) How common is the use of social media (i.e., Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and LinkIn) among college students? (2) For those students who do utilize social networking sites, on average how much time do they spend on...
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  • Effects of Online Socail Networking.
    The Effect of Online Social Networking on Facilitating Sense of Belonging among University Students Living Off Campus Kine Dorum Craig Bartle Martin Pennington University of Leicester, UK kd41@leicester.ac.uk Abstract: The study examines how the use of online social networking sites can help...
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  • Binge Drinking
    alcohol by college aged women. Summary of the Evidence A study examining the relationship of alcohol consumption to the occurrence of alcohol related problems among male and female college students clarified the implications of current research, indicating that a lower standard defining heavy or binge...
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  • Legal Actions Taken Against Unemployment Fraud and Abuse
    world especially on college campuses. Numerous examples can be given but the range of possible social problems in trying to achieve a higher education is almost infinite. Social problems include many forms of deviant behavior and social conflict, in which can be a major concern to the students...
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  • Adjustment Amng Cllege Students
    college. Baker and Siryk (1999) suggested that there are four aspects of adjustment to college or university that can be measured by the SACQ which are: academic adjustment, social adjustment, personal-emotional adjustment, and institutional attachment. Studies have shown that adjustment among...
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  • College Binge Drinking Epidemic
    alarming statistics. I believe excessive drinking has been defined as a social problem on the UMass Amherst campus because programs and campaigns have been established to help reduce the amount of binge drinking among students. For example, BASICS (Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College...
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  • Substance Abuse in African American College Students
    Patterson, Bernita L. Alcohol and Drug Research University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Substance Use Data among African American College Students Attending HBCUs The NHBCU Substance Use Survey Project College Kapner, Daniel A. Alcohol and Other Drug Use at Historically Black Colleges...
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  • Social Problems
    SOCIAL PROBLEMS AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS Do you know that the numbers of students involved in social problems increasing as reported by Ministry of Higher Education? Social problems among college students are the most biggest problem to our government. It cause many bad effect to other teenagers...
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