A Generation at Risk: Prevalence of Multiple Addictive Behaviors Among Collegiate Athletes
The Multiple Addictive Behaviors Questionnaire [MABQ-R] (Bacon, Lee & Coogan, 2009), measures problematic and clinically diagnostic behaviors. The purpose of this research study is to assess multiple addictive behaviors among the college student-athlete population using the newly revised MABQ-R with a population across the United States. The expected outcomes are: (a) college student-athletes will demonstrate patterns of addictive behaviors on two or more sub scales contained in the MABQ-R, and (b) cluster patterns of addictive behavior by gender will be supported.
Bacon, Victoria and Coogan, Theresa (2009). A Generation at Risk: Prevalence of Multiple Addictive Behaviors Among Collegiate Athletes. Faculty and Librarian Research Grants (FLRG). Item 36.
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