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Byron L. Zamboanga, Nathan T. Kearns, Janine V. Olthuis, Heidemarie Blumenthal, and Renee M. Cloutier

Drinking games participation is common among both adolescents and emerging adults, and has been linked to heavy alcohol use and negative alcohol-related consequences (for reviews, see Zamboanga et al., 2014 ; Zamboanga, Tomaso, et al., 2016 ). Research further suggests that particular motives for

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Jacob A. Jones

Self-concept theory was used as a theoretical basis to investigate the utility of social norms alcohol prevention programs for college athletes. The predictive relationship among alcohol use and athletic identity, competitiveness, drinking game participation, and level of sport participation was investigated. Drinking game participation was found to be a significant predictor of total weekly alcohol use above and beyond the other predictors. In addition, organized recreational sport participation was a significant predictor of total binge-drinking episodes. It was demonstrated that individuals not currently participating in sports with an athletic identity in the same range as current athletes consumed alcohol at similar rates to current athletes, thus supporting athletic identity as an alternative way of classifying athlete status when studying alcohol consumption patterns. These results highlight the importance of drinking game participation in the alcohol use of college athletes and the validity of applying self-concept theory to alcohol prevention programs.

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Matthew Lamont and Sheranne Fairley

, pre-mediated [sic] pursuit of pleasurable pursuits … the social situations in which they drink to excess” (p. 175). Palmer ( 2011 ) points to indulgent, public displays of drinking such as post-match parties, alcohol-fueled trips, drinking games, and pub crawls as examples of problematic calculated

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Colin J. Lewis, Simon J. Roberts, Hazel Andrews, and Rebecca Sawiuk

remained aloof from some of the antics and shenanigans which were going on. You know, the usual stuff: putting all the drinks on someone else’s room tab, playing drinking games, the odd forfeit here and there. In the evening it was round after round, and for those guys who didn’t drink or who were on a

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Diana M. Doumas and Nadine R. Mastroleo

). Characterizing high school students who play drinking games using latent class analysis . Addictive Behaviors, 38 ( 10 ), 2532 – 2540 . doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2013.04.009 10.1016/j.addbeh.2013.04.009 Burnham , K.P. , & Anderson , D.R. ( 2002 ). Model selection and multimodel inference: A practical