Undergraduate adjustment to college. drinking behavior, and fraternity membership

Montgomery, Robert L.; Haemmerlie, Francis M.
December 1993
Psychological Reports;Dec93, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p801
Academic Journal
Examines the relationship between adjustment to college, drinking patterns and various aspects of student life. Use of Student Adaptation to College Questionnaire; Negative relation of hard liquor consumption and fraternity/sorority membership to academic and personal-emotional adjustment; Group membership association with college adjustment and alcohol consumption.


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