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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.

Berkowitz, Alan D., and Perkins, H. Wesley. Current Issues in Effective Alcohol Education Programming. In: Sherwood, J. S. (Ed.) Alcohol Policies and Practices on College and University Campuses. Washington, DC: National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, 1987.

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

Haines, Michael P. Using media to change student norms and prevent alcohol abuse: A tested model. 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., an Graham, J. W. Preventing alcohol, marijuana, and cigarette use among adolescents: Peer pressure resistance training versus establishing conservative norms. Preventive Medicine, 1991, 20, 414-430.

Orcutt, James . The Social Integration of Beers and Peers: Situational Contingencies in Drinking and Intoxication. In: Pittman, David J, and White, Helene R. (Eds.) Society, Culture, and Drinking Patterns Reexamined. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies, 1991. Pp. 198- 215.

Perkins, H. Wesley. College Student Misperceptions of Alcohol and Other Drug Norms among Peers: Exploring Causes, Consequences, and Implications for Prevention Programs. In: The Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention. Newton, MA: The Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention, 1997. Pp. 177-206.

Perkins, H. Wesley. Scope of the problem: Misperceptions of alcohol and drugs. Prevention through correcting Misperceptions of alcohol and other drug norms: Notes on the state of the field. Catalyst, 1995, 1(3), 1-2.

Perkins, H. Wesley. Viewing the glass more empty than full. Catalyst, 1995, (3), 2.

Perkins, H. Wesley. Alcohol and Other Drugs Education Project. http://www.hws.edu/~alcohol

Perkins, H. Wesley. The Contextual Effect of Secular Norms on Religiosity as Moderator of Student Alcohol and other Drug Use. In: Lynn, M., and Moberg, D. (Eds.) Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 6 , JAI Press, 1994. Pp. 187-208.

Perkins, H. Wesley, and Berkowiz, Alan D. Perceiving the community norms of alcohol use among students: Some research implications for campus alcohol education programming. International Journal of he Addictions, 1986, 21,961-976.

Perkins, H. Wesley, and Wechsler, Henry. Variations in perceived college drinking norms and its impact on alcohol abuse: A nationwide study. Journal of Drug Issues, 1996, 26, 961-974.

Presley, C. A., Meilman, P. W., and Lyerla, R. Alcohol and Drugs on American College Campuses: Use, Consequences, and Perceptions of the Campus Environment. Carbondale, IL: CORE Institute, 1993.

Perkins, H. Wesley. Religious traditions, parents, and peers as determinants of alcohol and drug use among college students. Review of Religious Research, 1985, 27, 15-31.

Wechsler, Henry, Davenport, A, Datal, G., Mloeyken, B., and Castillo, S. Health and behavioral consequences of binge drinking in college: A national survey of studens a 140 campuses. Journal of the American Medical Associaion, 1994, 272, 1672-1677.

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

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