- Normative influences and alcohol consumption: the role of drinking refusal self-efficacySu Ahn Jang
Department of Communication, University of Missouri St Louis, MO 63121, USA
Health Commun 28:443-51. 2013..Having stronger efficacy appears to mitigate the harmful effects of descriptive norms on drinking intentions and behavior. Implications for school-based interventions are also discussed...
- Understanding the antecedents of Korean high school students' drinking refusal self-efficacy: parental influence, peer influence, and behaviorSu Ahn Jang
University of Missouri, St Louis, MO, USA
Glob J Health Sci 4:10-21. 2012....
- Self-monitoring as a moderator between descriptive norms and drinking: findings among Korean and American university studentsSu Ahn Jang
Department of Communication, University of Missouri, St Louis, MO 63121, USA
Health Commun 27:546-58. 2012..The relationship between descriptive norms and drinking was stronger among university students who are low self-monitors as compared to those who are high self-monitors. Implications for interventions are discussed...