part of the findings of the research, Evaluation
of an Interactive, Games-Based Alcohol Education Program
in Affecting Intention and Behaviors Related to High-Risk
Alcohol Use Among Greek Affiliated College Students,
of students in the study reported that The Buzz was
"better or much better" than other alcohol
of students "agree or strongly agree that The Buzz
is relevant to college students."
30-day post survey demonstrated that average number
of drinks/week went from 13 down to 8. Average BAC went
from .113% down to .08%. Of particular note is the fact
that this study was done on Greek students who tend
to be the most high risk and often the most resistant
to positive alcohol messaging.
Survey Study Statistical Highlights (n
99% of participants reported that The Buzz is relevant to college students.
98% stated that The Buzz will cause them to think differently about their alcohol use.
69% stated that The Buzz will cause them to change their alcohol use.
78% stated that they have a specific idea in mind about how to change their alcohol use.
97% stated that The Buzz was better or much better when compared to other alcohol education programs.
After attending a Buzz presentation, 49% of moderate drinkers and 57% of heavy drinkers intended to drink less.
Survey Study (n
=1,096) - Of students who consume alcohol:
reported that The Buzz will cause them to think differently
about their alcohol use.
reported that The Buzz will cause them to change their
reported that they have a specific idea in mind about
how to change their alcohol use after attending The
Survey Study -
70% of heavy drinkers and 36% of moderate drinkers reported
that they intend to drink less as a result of The Buzz
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