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College Drinking and Drug Use: Introductory Comments, Helene Raskin White and David L. RabinerI. The Scope of the Problem1. Historical and Developmental Patterns of Alcohol and Drug Use among College Students: Framing the Problem, John E. Schulenberg and Megan E. Patrick2. Use, Misuse, and Diversion of Scheduled Prescription Medications by College Students, Sean Esteban McCabe, James A. Cranford, Christian J. Teter, David L. Rabiner, and Carol J. BoydII. Biological and Neuropsychological Aspects of Substance Use3. Chronic Effects of Heavy Alcohol and Marijuana Use on the Brain and Cognition in Adolescents and Young Adults, Krista M. Lisdahl and Susan Tapert4. Emotional Dysregulation in the Moment: Why Some College Students May Not Mature Out of Hazardous Alcohol and Drug Use, Marsha E. Bates and Jennifer F. BuckmanIII. Psychological and Social Aspects of Substance Use5. Drinking in College Students and Their Age Peers: The Role of Anticipatory Processes, Richard R. Reich and Mark S. Goldman6. The Effects of Alcohol on Other Behavioral Risks, Kim Fromme and Patrick D. Quinn7. Personality and Contextual Factors in College Students' Drinking, Alvaro Verges and Kenneth J. SherIV. Prevention and Intervention Strategies8. Brief Individual-Focused Alcohol Interventions for College Students, Jessica M. Cronce and Mary E. Larimer9. Brief Interventions for Marijuana Use, Scott T. Walters, Christine M. Lee, and Denise D. Walker10. Alcohol Interventions for College Student-Athletes, Matthew P. Martens11. Community and Environmental Prevention Interventions, Robert F. Saltz12. The Impact of College Student Substance Use: Working with Students on Campus, Jason R. Kilmer and Shannon K. Bailie13. Campus Recovery Programs, Lisa Laitman and Lea P. StewartV. Policy Issues14. The Minimum Legal Drinking Age: 21 as an Artifact, Philip J. Cook and Maeve E. Gearing15. Balancing Cost and Benefits of the Minimum Legal Drinking Age: A Response to Cook and Gearing, Robert F. Saltz and James C. Fell

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Edited by Helene Raskin White, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA, and David L. Rabiner, Duke University, North Carolina, USA

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"This is an important contribution for professionals who work in the college or university milieu, as well as instructors who teach courses on substance abuse. The book presents up-to-date information and current best practices. While it is well recognized that college students are at risk for substance use problems, the difficulties around prevention are legion. 'Lecturing at' college students is only marginally effective, but this book describes interventions that work! By introducing the concept that colleges and universities would benefit greatly by creating recovering communities, the book beckons the reader to the future of college-level substance use programming and opens up a whole new topic for pedagogy." - Joy G. Willmott, Case Western Reserve University, Ohio, USA "A 'must-have' for every practitioner, administrator, or policy maker committed to reducing problems associated with college drinking and drug use, this essential resource guides college and university professionals to effectively bring theory to practice. Comprehensively reviewing the latest scientific research in the field, the book focuses on ways to change both college drinking culture and individuals' high-risk behaviors." - Diane Fedorchak, Center for Health Promotion, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA

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