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Readings (Listing does not imply endorsement)

Baer, J. S., and Carney, M. M. Biases in the perceptions of the consequences of alcohol use among college students. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1993, 54, 54-60.

Baer, J. S., Stacy, A., and Lattimer, M. Biases in the perception of drinking norms among college students. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1991, 52, 580-586.

DeAngelis, T. Perceptions influence student drinking. Monitor (American Psychological Association), 35.

Haines, Michael P. A Social Norms Approach to Preventing Binge Drinking at Colleges and Universities. Newton, MA: Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention, 1996. (Available at no cost by calling 1-800-676-1730).

Haines, Michael P. Using media to change student norms and prevent alcohol abuse. Oregon Higher Education Alcohol and Drug Newsletter, 1993, 1(2), 1-3.

Haines, Michael P., and Spear, A. F. Changing the perceptions of the norm: a strategy to decrease binge drinking among college students. Journal of American College Health, 1996, 45, 134-140.

Hansen, William B., and Graham, J. W. Preventing alcohol, marijuana, and cigaretter use among adolescents: Peer pressure resistance training versus establishing conservative norms. Preventive Medicine, 1991, 20.

Hanson, David J. Alcohol Education: What We Must Do. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1996.

Perkins, H. Wesley. Confronting Misperceptions of Peer Drug Use Norms among College Students: An Alternative Approach for Alcohol and Drug Education. In: Peer Prevention Program Implementation Manual. Fort Worth, TX: Texas Christian University, Higher Education Leaders/Peers Network, 1991.

Perkins, H. Wesley. Scope of the problem: Misperceptions of alcohol and drugs. Catalyst, 1996, 1(3).

Wood, M. D., Nnagoshi, C. T., and Dennis, D. A. Alcohol norms and expectations as predictors of alcohol a use and problems in a college student sample. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol, Abuse, 1992, 18, 461-476.

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