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PART ONE: INTRODUCTION.
1. The Emergence and Evolution of the Social Norms Approach to Substance Abuse Prevention (H. Wesley Perkins).
PART TWO: CASE STUDIES OF COLLEGE EXPERIMENTS TO REDUCE ALCOHOL ABUSE.
2. The Northern Illinois University Experiment: A Longitudinal Case Study of the Social Norms Approach (Michael P. Haines, Gregory P. Barker).
3. The Hobart and William Smith Colleges Experiment: A Synergistic Social Norms Approach Using Print, Electronic Media, and Curriculum Infusion to Reduce Collegiate Problem Drinking (H. Wesley Perkins, David W. Craig).
4. The University of Arizona’s Campus Health Social Norms Media Campaign (Koreen Johannessen, Peggy Glider).
5. Applying the Social Norms Model to Universal and Indicated Alcohol Interventions at Western Washington University (Patricia M. Fabiano).
6. The Rowan University Social Norms Project (Linda R. Jeffrey, Pamela Negro, DeMond S. Miller, John D. Frisone).
7. The Small Groups Norms-Challenging Model: Social Norms Interventions with Targeted High-Risk Groups (Je anne M. Far, John A. Miller).
PART THREE: EXPANDING SOCIAL NORMS INTERVENTIONS TO OTHER COLLEGE STUDENT APPLICATIONS.
8. Perceptions, Norms, and Tobacco Use of College Residence Hall Freshmen: Evaluation of a Social Norms Marketing Intervention (Linda C. Hancock, Neil W. Henry).
9. A Social Norms Approach to Building Campus Support for Policy Change (William DeJong).
PART FOUR: YOUNG ADULTS AND SOCIAL NORMS WORK BEYOND THE CAMPUS.
10. Misperceptions of Peer Alcohol Norms in a Statewide Survey of Young Adults (Jeffrey W. Linkenbach, H. Wesley Perkins).
11. The Montana Model: Development and Overview of a Seven-Step Process for Implementing Macro-Level Social Norms Campaigns (Jeffrey W. Linkenbach).
PART FIVE: THE SOCIAL NORMS APPROACH IN MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL POPULATIONS.
12. The Imaginary Lives of Peers: Patterns of Substance Use and Misperceptions of Norms Among Secondary School Students (H. Wesley Perkins, David W. Craig).
13. MOST of Us Are Tobacco Free: An Eight-Month Social Norms Campaign Reducing Youth Initiation of Smoking in Montana (Jeffrey W. Linkenbach, H. Wesley Perkins).
14. Using Social Norms to Reduce Alcohol and Tobacco Use in Two Midwestern High Schools (Michael P. Haines, Gregory P. Barker, Richard Rice).
PART SIX: FURTHER APPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES FOR THE SOCIAL NORMS MODEL IN PROMOTING HEALTH AND WELL-BEING.
15. Parents’ Perceptions of Parenting Norms: Using the Social Norms Approach to Reinforce Effective Parenting (Jeffrey W. Linkenbach, H. Wesley Perkins, William DeJong).
16. Applications of Social Norms Theory to Other Health and Social Justice Issues (Alan David Berkowitz).
17. The Promise and Challenge of Future Work Using the Social Norms Model (H. Wesley Perkins).
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