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Romantic relationships may play a role in mitigating the effects of trauma on student’s drinking behavior – News-Medical.Net

Students who have been exposed to interpersonal trauma -; physical assault, sexual assault or unwanted sexual experiences -; prior to college are more likely to…

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Students who have been exposed to interpersonal trauma -; physical assault, sexual assault or unwanted sexual experiences -; prior to college are more likely to engage in risky alcohol use. But romantic relationships mitigate these effects of trauma on a student’s drinking behavior, according to a new study led by Virginia Commonwealth University researchers.
The study investigates whether romantic relationships might play a role in mitigating or exacerbating the effects of trauma exposure on alcohol…

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