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Craig and Perkins present four studies at DOE Meeting

David Craig, professor of chemistry, and Wesley Perkins, professor of sociology, presented several aspects of their research focusing on identifying and reducing young adult problem drinking at the U.S. Department of Education's National Meeting on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention in Higher Education, Oct. 19-22 in Washington, D.C.

They collaborated in presenting two research studies: “Using Social Norms to Reduce High-Risk Drinking Among College Student-Athletes” and “Differential Discrimination between Five+ Heavy Drinking Measure and Estimated Blood Alcohol Concentration as Measures of Risk Due to Alcohol Consumption in a College Population.”

In addition, Craig presented his work on “Measuring Late Night Blood Alcohol Levels in a College Setting.” Perkins also presented his research in collaboration with Jeff Linkenbach of Montana State University titled “MOST of US Don’t Drink and Drive: A Successful Statewide Social Norms Campaign to Reduce Impaired Driving.”