Personalized Electronic Interventions May Help Reduce Student Drinking

Citing National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism statistics, the Wall Street Journal (6/29, Ward, Subscription Publication) reports that personalized feedback through electronic means, text message or the Web, may be able to reduce alcohol intake among students. The Wall Street Journal adds that the electronic interventions may mimic in-person techniques, which have about a 13 percent success rate in reducing drinking.

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— “How to Cut Student Drinking,” Lisa Ward, Wall Street Journal, June 29, 2015.

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