PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF ALCOHOL-INDUCED BLACKOUT AMONG COLLEGE-STUDENTS
This exploratory research provided data on the incidence and psychological consequences of blackouts in a college student sample. Significant correlations were found between student's alcohol abuse scores, blackout risk taking, and intrusiveness of stressful thoughts about the blackout incident. Further, men were found to be significantly more likely than women to take risks during, and to experience more stressful intrusive thoughts about the blackout incident.
JOURNAL OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG EDUCATION
(1995). PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF ALCOHOL-INDUCED BLACKOUT AMONG COLLEGE-STUDENTS. JOURNAL OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG EDUCATION, 40(3), 10-20.
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