Includes: The CAGE questionnaire : validation of a new alcoholism screening instrument / Mayfield, Ry Demmie / McLeod, Gail / Hall, Patricia -- To drink or not to drink : an experimental analysis of group drinking decisions by four alcoholics / Goldman, Mark S. -- Screening for alcohol abuse using CAGE scores and likelihood ratios / Buschbaum, David G. ; [et al.] -- Comparison of CAGE questionaire and computer-assisted laboratory profiles in screening for covert alcoholism / Beresford, Thomas P. [et al.] -- Knowledge, attitudes, and reported practices of medical students and house staff regarding the diagnosis and treatment of alcoholism / Geller, Gail [et al.]
Summary: A socio-drama that underlines the message that prevention begins at home and that parents have a role to play by helping children develop positive self-esteem, decision-making skills, and the ability to cope with peer pressure
Designed to help children and teens achieve a sense of self-respect amidst the media and peer pressure adolescents encounter as they become aware of their changing bodies. "It's not who you are that holds you back, it's who you think you're not." Can be used in teaching about eating disorders.
Audience: Grades 7+. Program designed to separate media hype from reality, to help young people make the right choices. Teens share feelings and beliefs about their own bodies. Topics include eating disorders, steroids, self-esteem.
Audience: High school students. Teenage girls (and some boys) from diverse ethnic backgrounds, and a range of socio-economic status and body sizes discuss the media : societal pressures to have a certain body size. They also discuss eating disorders, exercising, dieting.