Teenage alcohol use and educational attainment.
Faith-placed parenting intervention.
Short-term changes in plans to drink and importance of positive and negative alcohol consequences: Between- and within-person predictors.
Executive function, behavioral approach and risk behavior among female college students.
Childhood and adolescent predictors of alcohol use and problems in the National Child Development Study.
Understanding leisure-related program effects by using process data in the HealthWise South Africa project.
Does drinking lead to sex? Daily alcohol-sex behaviors and expectancies among college students.
A prospective longitudinal model of substance use onset among South African adolescents.
The long arm of expectancies: Adolescent alcohol expectancies predict adult alcohol use.
Alcohol use and heavy episodic drinking prevalence and predictors among national samples of American eighth- and tenth-grade students.
A qualitative assessment of South African adolescents’ motivations for and against substance use and sexual behavior.
LateNight Penn State alcohol-free programming: Students drink less on days they participate.
Profiles of motivations for alcohol use and sexual behavior among first-year university students.
Sexual motivations and engagement in sexual behavior during the transition to college.
Comparing numbers of drinks: College students’ reports from retrospective summary, follow-back, and prospective daily diary measures.
Leisure constraints for adolescents in Cape Town, South Africa: A qualitative study.
Exploring the role of positive and negative consequences in understanding evaluations of individual drinking events.
The social norms of alcohol-related negative consequences.
Latent transition analysis: Benefits of a latent variable approach to modeling transitions in substance use.
Influencing adolescent leisure motivation: Intervention effects of HealthWise South Africa.
Age-related changes in reasons for using alcohol and marijuana from ages 18 to 30 in a national sample.
Adolescents’ reported reasons for alcohol and marijuana use as predictors of substance use and problems in adulthood.
How trajectories of reasons for alcohol use relate to trajectories of binge drinking: National panel data spanning late adolescence to early adulthood.
“I got your back”: Friends’ understandings regarding college student Spring Break behavior.
Measurement of motivations for and against sexual behavior.
College students’ evaluations of alcohol consequences as positive and negative.
Drinking motives, protective behavioral strategies, and experienced consequences: Identifying students at risk.
A mixed-method analysis of free time involvement and motivation among adolescents in Cape Town, South Africa.
Positive and negative alcohol-related consequences: Associations with past drinking.
Socioeconomic status and substance use among young adults: A comparison across constructs and drugs.
HIV/AIDS risk behaviors and substance use by young adults in the United States.
A hierarchy of 21st birthday drinking norms.
Daily variations in Spring Break alcohol and sexual behaviors based on intentions, perceived norms, and daily trip context.
Social role patterning in early adulthood in the USA: Adolescent predictors and concurrent well-being across four distinct configurations.
Use of protective behavioral strategies and their association to 21st birthday alcohol consumption and related negative consequences: A between- and within-person evaluation.
State Patty’s Day: College student drinking and local crime increased on a student-constructed holiday.
Incentives for college student participation in web-based substance use surveys.
Semester and event-specific motives for alcohol use during Spring Break: Associated protective strategies and negative consequences.
Daily associations of alcohol use with sexual behavior and condom use during Spring Break.
Factors associated with perceptions of hookah addictiveness and harmfulness among college students.
What is a representative brain? Neuroscience meets population science.
Daily associations between drinking and sex among college students: A longitudinal measurement burst design.
The link between mother and adolescent substance use: Intergenerational findings from the British Cohort Study.
Energy drinks and alcohol: Links to alcohol behaviors and consequences across 56 days.
Web-based intervention to change perceived norms of college student alcohol use and sexual behavior on Spring Break.
Alcohol mixed with energy drinks as a predictor of alcohol-related consequences up to two years later.
Spring break versus spring broken: predictive utility of spring break alcohol intentions and willingness at varying levels of extremity.
Sex on the beach: The influence of social norms and trip companion on Spring Break sexual behavior.
Randomized controlled trial of a web-delivered personalized normative feedback intervention to reduce alcohol-related risky sexual behavior among college students.
College student affect and heavy drinking: Variable associations across days, semesters, and people.
High school substance use as a predictor of college attendance, completion, and dropout: A national multicohort longitudinal study.
Extreme binge drinking among American 12th-grade students in the United States: Prevalence and predictors.
The Great Recession and recent employment trends among secondary students in the United States.
Prevalence and predictors of adolescent alcohol use and binge drinking in the United States.
Non-medical use of prescription opioids during the transition to adulthood: A multi-cohort national longitudinal study.
Nonresponse bias in a longitudinal measurement design examining substance use across the transition out of high school.
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