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Copy of Alcohol

Proftaak Periode 1.2

Monica Man

on 3 October 2013

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Alcoholbepaling in Plasma

Persoonskenmerken zijn van inlvoed
Advies: Vrouwen Max. 1 Glas
Mannen Max. 2 glazen

Benchmarking Drinking Rate Data
Examining Gender Differences
Observing Drinking Rates Across Years
Reasons for Drinking or Not Drinking
Drinking Related Risk Behaviors
Negative Consequences of Drinking

Negative Consequences of Drinking and Driving
More Negative Consequences of Drinking
Gains from AlcoholEdu
A Profile of Incoming Students
Why were you as incoming
students asked to
participate in AlcoholEdu?
This presentation contains data from Tarleton State University's 2012-2013 incoming class. These findings are based on data obtained from first-year TSU students who completed all three AlcoholEdu for College Surveys.
The following slide will show the difference between Tarleton and the national average of High-risk drinkers, light/moderate drinkers and non drinkers after the initial assessment.

What do you think the percentages are? Are they low? High? Why?

The next slide shows the 2012-2013 first year student drinking rates as measured midway through the fall semester and is compared to the national aggregate for all students taking AlcoholEdu during the same period.

After three months, what do you think the percentages are? Do you think they have changed? How?

The next slide shows the differences in drinking rates
between men and women at the midway point.

What do you think the percentages are for both men
and women? Who reports drinking in a high risk way,
more frequently and why?
The following slide presents the drinking rates of
incoming students over the last four years.

Over the last four years, do you think the percentages for each category (High risk, moderate, non drinkers) have gone up or gone down? Why?
The following slide covers four
different high risk drinking behaviors.

Do you remember what they are?
Positive Behavioral Intentions
Negative Consequences of Drinking and Driving
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