The results of the current study confirm previous findings that LGB individuals may be at greater risk for substance use and problems than heterosexual individuals, and additionally, indicates that this trend occurs not only in adult populations, but in a young-adult, college population, as well. This suggests that information about sexuality and drinking behavior might be particularly relevant for mental health providers to identify youth at risk, and/or to target individuals for preventative services. Additionally, the results of the current study suggest that much more research is needed to identify additional variables that effect and explain the LGB youth risk for substance use.APPENDIX C Internalized Homophobia Measure 1 . How comfortable are you with your sexual orientation? Please rate your comfort on a scale from 1 to 5 below: 1 : VERY UNCOMFORTABLE with my sexual orientation. 2: FAIRLYanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Comparison of Drinking Behavior Between Heterosexual and Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual College Students: An Examination of Prevalence and Contributing Factors|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2009|