Notice Board :

Volume XVI Issue VI

Author Name
Karnika Anand, Sanjay Kumar
Year Of Publication
Volume and Issue
Volume 16 Issue 6
The study explores how psychosocial factors influence alcohol intake among young adults. It examines factors like social influences, stress levels, coping mechanisms, peer pressure, and attitudes toward alcohol. Findings show significant correlations between these factors and drinking habits. Peer influence, stress levels, coping strategies, and attitudes toward alcohol emerge as strong predictors of alcohol consumption. Understanding these predictors is vital for designing effective interventions to reduce harmful drinking among young adults. The study underscores the importance of multifaceted approaches to address this public health concern.