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Gambling:


Prevalence and Characteristics of Gambling at Four College Campuses in Northeastern Minnesota  

Rebecca E. Putz, B.A.
Lake Superior Area Family Services
Duluth , Minnesota

In collaboration with:
College of St. Scholastica
University of Minnesota Duluth
Lake Superior College
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College

Research Funding:
Lake Superior Area Family Services
College of St. Scholastica
University of Minnesota Duluth
Lake Superior College
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe

April 2007

 

College Drinking Reports:


College Student Drinking: Intervention

J Clark Laundergan
Kathleen C. Quinn
Terry R. Warness
Center for Addiction Studies
University of Minnesota Duluth

Research Funding: Miller-Dwan Foundation

October 2006

Expectancy, Mood, and Motive: An Exploration of Alcohol Consumption Motivations and Protective Drinking Strategies Used by College Student - PDF,

Rebecca E. Johnson

Faculty Research Supervisor:
J Clark Laundergan, Ph.D

Characteristics of Female Alcohol Consumption: Differences in Drinking Quantities Heavier and Lighter than the Mean

Rebecca E. Johnson
Sociology-Anthropology Department
University of Minnesota Duluth

Faculty Research Supervisor:
J. Clark Laundergan, PhD

Research Funding:
College of Liberal Arts Undergraduate Research Grant

August 2005

Characteristics of Alcohol Consumption among Male UMD Students: Differences in Drinking Quantities Heavier and Lighter than the Mean

Terry R. Warness
Rebecca E. Johnson
Center for Addiction Studies
University of Minnesota Duluth

Faculty Research Supervisor:
J. Clark Laundergan, PhD

Research Funding:
Chancellor’s Small Grant

January 2006

UMD College Student Drinking Trends 2000-2005

Kathleen C Quinn
Terry R Warness
Center for Addiction Studies
University of Minnesota Duluth

Faculty Research Supervisor:
J. Clark Laundergan, Ph.D.

Research Funding:
Miller-Dawn foundation

Characteristics of St. Scholastica Female Alcohol Consumption: Differences in Drinking Quantities Heavier and Lighter than the Mean  

Terry R. Warness
Rebecca E. Johnson
Center for Addiction Studies
University of Minnesota Duluth

Faculty Research Supervisor:
J. Clark Laundergan, PhD

Research Funding:
The Miller-Dwan Foundation

December 2005

Characteristics of Alcohol Consumption among Male St. Scholastica Students: Differences in Drinking Quantities Heavier and Lighter then the Mean

Terrence R. Warness
Center for Addiction Studies
University of Minnesota Duluth

Faculty Research Supervisor:
J. Clark Laundergan, Ph.D.

Research Funding:
The Miller-Dwan Foundation

February 2006

Alcohol Consumption Characteristics Among Lake Superior College Students: Differences in Drinking Amounts Heavier and Lighter than the Mean

Terry R. Warness
Center for Addiction Studies University of Minnesota Duluth  

Faculty Research Supervisor:
J. Clark Laundergan, Ph.D.
 
Research Funding:
The Miller-Dwan Foundation

Lake Superior College 2004 National College Health Assessment: Traditional and Non-Traditional Student Alcohol Use and Behavior

Polly Johnston and
J Clark Laundergan
Center For Addiction Studies
University of Minnesota Duluth

Research Funding:
Miller-Dwan Foundation
Duluth , Minnesota

March 2006

Comparing NCHA and CORE Survey Results

Terry R. Warness
Center for Addiction Studies University of Minnesota Duluth  

Common Characteristics, Orientations, and Actions Shared by Drinking Categories at UMD, St. Scholastica, and Lake Superior College