2003 journal article

The relationship between college students' schema regarding alcohol use, their television viewing patterns, and their previous experience with alcohol


By: L. Kean & K. Albada*

MeSH headings : Adolescent; Adult; Alcohol Drinking / psychology; Female; Humans; Life Change Events; Male; Narration; Observation; Peer Group; Social Behavior; Students / psychology; Television; United States; Universities
TL;DR: Both personal and observed experiences are important influencing factors in individuals' schema regarding alcohol use, and those who had passed out from drinking were less likely to conclude their stories with a moral tale discouraging drinking. (via Semantic Scholar)
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