Bonar, E. E., Young, K. M., Hoffmann, E., Gumber, S., Cummings, J. P., Pavlick, M., & Rosenberg, H. (2012). Quantitative and qualitative assessment of university students' definitions of binge drinking. Psychology of Addictive Behaviours, 26(2), 187-193. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0026440 - This study contributes by providing insightful definitions of binge drinking according to what undergraduate students think they are, and these definitions are varied according to type of beverage, respondent’s gender and respondent’s drinking status.
Courtney, K. E., & Polich, J. (2009). Binge drinking in young adults: Data, definitions, and determinants. Psychological Bulletin, 135(1), 142-156. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0014414 - This review contributes by suggesting reasons to why people consume excessive amounts of alcohol by exploring cognitive, biological and social factors. It suggests the direct influences of alcohol consumption in social settings and demonstrates the line between “moderate” drinking and “binge” drinking.
French, D. P. & Cooke, R. (2012), Using the theory of planned behavior to understand binge drinking: The importance of beliefs for developing interventions. British Journal of Health Psychology, 17, 1–17. doi: 10.1111/j.2044-8287.2010.02010.x - This longitudinal study (over a period of one evening) contributes by exploring and identifing students’ salient beliefs on binge drinking and observes the extent to which these beliefs predict theory of planned behavior (TPB) constructs in relation to drinking intention and behavior. It assists in fully explaining the theory of planned behavior and gives insight to which statistical tests were used and why they were used.
Johnston, Kim L. and White, Katy M. (2003) Binge-drinking: A test of the role of group norms in the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Psychology and Health, 18, 63-77. - This study assists in providing insight on how a social...
References: Johnston, Kim L. and White, Katy M. (2003) Binge-drinking: A test of the role of group norms in the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Psychology and Health, 18, 63-77.
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