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Braitman, Abby L.; Kelley, Michelle L.; Ladage, Jessica; Schroeder, Valarie; Gumienny, Leslie A.; Morrow, Jennifer A.; Klostermann, Keith – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 2009
The present paper compared drinking and drug use in Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOAs), compared to non-ACOAs, among college students. Participants were 572 undergraduates. ACOAs were more likely to be current drug users than non-ACOAs. ACOAs reported initiating alcohol use earlier than non-ACOAs; however, ACOAs did not drink more often or more…
Descriptors: Drug Use, Alcoholism, Drinking, Undergraduate Students
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Richman, Lee – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1974
Descriptors: Adolescents, Alcohol Education, Alcoholism, Annotated Bibliographies
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Schneidmuhl, A. M.; And Others – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1974
Descriptors: Alcoholism, Counselor Training, Counselors, Program Descriptions
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Hancock, David C. – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1974
This speech explores the social patterning of alcohol use within American society and how this patterning contributes to alcohol problems. (Author/JA)
Descriptors: Alcoholism, Behavior Patterns, Drinking, Drug Abuse
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Zylman, Richard – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1974
Descriptors: Adolescents, Alcoholism, Drinking, Problems
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Crossman, Lenard H. – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1984
Suggests that although the elderly have not been well identified and assisted in most alcoholism services, they are an at-risk population. Discusses current programs and problems and implications for both alcoholism service providers and the broader spectrum of human, educational and social service providers. (JAC)
Descriptors: Alcoholism, Human Services, Older Adults
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Beshai, Nabila – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1984
Investigates the referral of subjects (N=7,335) to alcohol treatment. Variables were demographics, drinking pattern, alcohol-related behavior, and pathology. The most important factor in referring to outpatient therapy was employment. Inpatient subjects had heavier prior involvement with alcohol and more severe physical problems. (JAC)
Descriptors: Alcoholism, Predictor Variables, Referral, Rehabilitation
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LoBello, Steven G. – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1984
Investigated counselor credibility with alcoholics (N=40) and nonalcoholics (N=30). Results suggested that, for alcoholics, professional training increases credibility regardless of history of alcoholism; and for nonalcoholics recovered alcoholics and professionals were judged to be equally trustworthy and expert. (LLL)
Descriptors: Alcoholism, Counselor Evaluation, Counselor Qualifications, Counselor Training
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Bartha, Robert; Davis, Tom – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1982
Discusses how a holistic and wellness philosophy is a viable alternative in the treatment of alcoholism. Describes five major dimensions of high-level wellness: nutritional awareness, physical fitness, stress management, environmental sensitivity, and self-responsibility. (RC)
Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Adults, Alcoholism, Coping
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Baizerman, Michael – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1982
Analyzes various issues about youth and alcohol. Explores some realities related to adolescent drinking including that youth drink, some drink heavily, and some will become alcoholics. Argues that services for youth that drink may actually increase drinking behavior and offers a perspective for professionals working with adolescents. (RC)
Descriptors: Adolescent Development, Adolescents, Alcoholism, Counseling Services
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Torres, Donald A. – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1982
Defines problem drinking and alcoholism, and differentiates normal drinking escapes from alcohol abuse by teenagers and other youths. Suggests teenagers consume alcohol for a myriad of reasons and this behavior often leads to alcohol dependence which can cause interference in normal relationships with others. (Author)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Alcohol Education, Alcoholic Beverages, Alcoholism
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Nardi, Peter M. – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1982
Focuses on the various family systems in which gay and lesbian people exist and how these relate to drinking behavior and its treatment and prevention. Uses a sociological perspective, emphasizing the values, norms, and meanings held about drinking by gay and lesbian people. (RC)
Descriptors: Alcoholic Beverages, Alcoholism, Attitudes, Behavior Patterns
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Kodman, Frank – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1983
Used a revised alcohol scale to estimate what college students (N=692) would consider to be addiction to alcohol and drugs. The median number of yes answers was computed for alcohol nonusers, users and drug users and nonusers. Overall, students were very liberal in their opinions. (JAC)
Descriptors: Alcoholism, Attitude Measures, Behavior Patterns, College Students
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Thorne, Daniel R. – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1983
Discusses an intervention technique that can be used in working with alcoholics and drug abusers who deny the need for help. The intervention focuses on the family, providing them with drug education and improved communication skills. Defusion, reframing, and positive data are used. The counselor's role is described. (JAC)
Descriptors: Alcoholism, Communication Skills, Counseling Techniques, Counselor Role
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Harper, Frederick D. – Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1983
Compared educational levels and drinking behaviors of 204 alcoholic women from various backgrounds. Results showed most alcoholic women starting drinking in high school or the early years of college. Those who dropped out of college were the heaviest drinkers, and started drinking younger. (JAC)
Descriptors: Alcoholism, Behavior Patterns, Cohort Analysis, Drinking
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