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nificantly. No other main effects or interac-
tions were found.
In Table 4, a stepwise multiple regression
analysis revealed five variables to be signifi-
cantly related (p < .05) to alcohol consumption.
accounting for 9% of the variance. Positively
related were: (a) greater perceived risk of get-