Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education
American Alcohol & Drug Information Foundation
High-risk Drinking, College Students, Behavioral Science Theory
This study assessed the Integrated Behavioral Model’s (IBM) utility in explaining high-risk drinking among college students. A total of 356 participants completed a four-page questionnaire based on the (IBM) theory and their drinking behavior. The results from a path analysis revealed three significant constructs (p<0.05) which predicted intentions to engage in high-risk drinking: experiential attitude (0.34), injunctive norms (0.23), and self-efficacy (-0.28). The IBM explained approximately 45% and 26% of variance in intentions and high-risk drinking, respectively. Although limited in its use thus far, the IBM shows promise in its application r
Braun, Robert E. MPH, CHES; Glassman, Tavis Ph.D.,MPH; Sheu, Jiunn-Jye Ph.D.,MSPH; Jordan, Tim MEd; and Yingling, Faith Ph.D.,MEd, "Using the Integrated Behavioral Model to Predict High-Risk Drinking among College Students" (2014). Health and Sport Sciences Faculty Scholarship. 12.