311) completed online surveys in September, 2013.

METHOD:

Participants self-reported their attitudes toward DUIC, subjective norms, PBC, past DUIC and RWHD, and intentions to DUIC and RWHD.

RESULTS:

Participants’ attitudes toward DUIC, subjective norms, and PBC were strongly associated with intentions to DUIC and RWHD bivariately. In regression models, attitudes and PBC were both positively and significantly related to intentions to DUIC and RWHD.

CONCLUSIONS:

DUIC and RWHD are concerns for college populations. Targeting personal attitudes and perceived behavioral control via interventions may reduce these behaviors.

KEYWORDS:

Cannabis; college students; driving under the influence; marijuana; riding with a high driver; theory of planned behavior

PMID: 30681931 DOI: 10.1080/07448481.2018.1557197 Share Supplemental Content —

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