College vs. Junior High School Students' Knowledge of Alcohol as a Teratogen
This study assessed knowledge possessed by male and female junior high school and college students (N = 422) about the teratogenic effects of alcohol. Although most students were aware that alcohol is a teratogenic substance, they demonstrated little knowledge of the nature and timing of possible specific negative effects.
Montgomery, F. H., Merz, C. J., & Nelson, S. B. (1992). College vs. Junior High School Students' Knowledge of Alcohol as a Teratogen. Psychological Reports, 71(3 Pt 1), pp. 809-810. Ammons Scientific Ltd.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.2466/pr0.19184.108.40.2069
Keywords and Phrases
Attitude; Drinking Behavior; Female; Fetal Alcohol Syndrome; Human; Male; Psychological Aspect; Risk Factor, Adolescent; Alcohol Drinking; Attitude to Health; Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice
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01 Jan 1992