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Counter Attitudinal Advocacy to Change Drinking Behavior

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Using Counter Attitudinal Advocacy to Change Drinking Behavior

High volume drinking by young adults has proven resistant to change, so new approaches are needed. We adapt a theory-based attitude change strategy for use in alcohol prevention. This research tests the impact of brief writing and advocacy activities on subsequent drinking and negative consequences.

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Behavioral - Counter Attitudinal Advocacy

same as Counter Attitudinal Advocacy arm

Behavioral - Personalized Normative Feedback

same as Personalized Normative Feedback arm

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Using Counter Attitudinal Advocacy to Change Drinking Behavior

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NCT04042909

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