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Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Health and Human Performance
The purpose of the study was to examine the effect alcohol education on selected alcohol behaviors of traditional residential students at Barton County Community College. The study was composed of Training Intervention Procedures (TIPS) universities and the Core Alcohol and Drug Survey which were all administered by the Cougar Prevention Program at Barton County Community College. / Participants within the TIPS training program were members of athletic or non-athletic organizations at Barton Community College. Participants of the Core Alcohol and Drug Survey were traditional Barton County Community College residential students. / The alcohol educational program offered by the Cougar Prevention program provided students with an opportunity to become educated on issues of alcohol. The purpose of this alcohol education was to decrease selected alcohol behaviors among traditional Barton County Community College residential students. The results of the Core Alcohol and Drug Survey indicated that these opportunities did have an impact on alcohol behaviors such as hangovers and drinking and driving among Barton County Community College residential students.
Cahoone, Diana Lynn, "The Effects of Alcohol Education on Selected Alcohol Behaviors of Traditional Barton County Community College Residential Students" (2007). Master's Theses. 3018.
Copyright 2007 Diana Lynn Cahoone