Predictors of alcohol consumption in Mexican-American graduate students
The relationship between self-reported retrospective drinking during undergraduate studies, tension reduction and relaxation expectancies, frequency of alcohol related consequences, acculturation to Anglo culture, and average 90-day alcohol consumption was assessed in Mexican-American graduate students. The results indicated that only frequency of alcohol related consequences was predictive of average 90-day alcohol consumption. Although the majority of the findings in the present study were null they do contribute to the under studied area of alcohol consumption in graduate students.
Psychotherapy|Minority & ethnic groups|Sociology
Clayton, Noah Vincent, "Predictors of alcohol consumption in Mexican-American graduate students" (2005). ETD Collection for University of Texas, El Paso. AAI1426715.