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Exploring the Sport–Alcohol Relationship: A Longitudinal Qualitative Study of Student-Athlete Drinking Following the Transition out of University

Mark Jankowski, Sarah Partington, Nick Heather, and Elizabeth Partington

relationship between substance abuse and exposure to sport that considers the continued effect on the athlete once time in organized sport has finished. A mechanism that has been used to explain student-athlete drinking behavior is drinking motives. Cooper ( 1994 ), using Cox and Klinger’s ( 1988 ) motivation

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Alcohol and Athletics: A Study of Canadian Student-Athlete Risk

Siobhan K. Fitzpatrick and Janine V. Olthuis

alcohol) and drinking motives (i.e., reasons for drinking). Social norms may include injunctive (i.e., perceptions about others’ approval of alcohol use) or descriptive norms (i.e., perceptions of others’ alcohol use). This theory may help explain why SAs engage in heavy alcohol use. This is particularly

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Test-Retest Reliability of the 7-Factor Motives for Playing Drinking Games Scale and its Associations With Drinking Game Behaviors Among Female College Athletes

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

) developed the Drinking Motives Questionnaire (DMQ) which measures four distinct motives for alcohol use: social (e.g., to become more social), enhancement (e.g., to get high/buzzed), conformity (e.g., to fit in), and coping (e.g., to forget about one’s worries/problems). Research has linked particular

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How Coaches Can Prevent and Address Alcohol Consumption Among Student-Athletes

Graig M. Chow, Matthew D. Bird, Stinne Soendergaard, and Yanyun Yang

on performance and student-athlete drinking motives, little is known about how coaches prevent and manage their student-athletes’ alcohol use. There are several theoretical explanations supporting a coach’s influence on their athletes’ drinking behaviors and the mechanism in which coaches’ attitudes

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The Effects of a Brief Online Rational-Emotive-Behavioral-Therapy Program on Coach Irrational Beliefs and Well-Being

Ryan G. Bailey and Martin J. Turner

. Journal of School Counseling, 8 ( 11 ), Article n11 . Watt , M. , Stewart , S. , Birch , C. , & Bernier , D. ( 2006 ). Brief CBT for high anxiety sensitivity decreases drinking problems, relief alcohol outcome expectancies, and conformity drinking motives: Evidence from a randomized controlled