Title

Alcohol Invention

Presenter Information

Jake Bailiff

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Ballroom C/D

Start Date

15-5-2014

End Date

15-5-2014

Keywords

Behavioral, Case, Study

Abstract

This study attempted to decrease the behavior of how often the subject went to the bar. The participant in this study was a college student who was a twenty-one-year old male. The intervention used was to take away the participant’s car keys. The participant was willing to do the study. To collect data, event recording was used over the ten-week period of the study. The outcome showed that the subject’s behavior improved after the intervention was implemented. To unsure confidentiality of study, the subject’s name will not be used. (Editor’s Note: This presentation may contain adult themes, content, or imagery.)

Poster Number

32

Faculty Mentor(s)

Tsai, Shu-Fei

Additional Mentoring Department

Special Education

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Alcohol Invention

SURC Ballroom C/D

This study attempted to decrease the behavior of how often the subject went to the bar. The participant in this study was a college student who was a twenty-one-year old male. The intervention used was to take away the participant’s car keys. The participant was willing to do the study. To collect data, event recording was used over the ten-week period of the study. The outcome showed that the subject’s behavior improved after the intervention was implemented. To unsure confidentiality of study, the subject’s name will not be used. (Editor’s Note: This presentation may contain adult themes, content, or imagery.)