Social Norming Study - UVA 2008

The Social Norms Study is about the Health Promotion Alcohol Survey which is developed by the Office of Health Promotion in the Department of Student Health in order to collect information on alcohol use, perceptions, behaviors, and attitudes among University of Virginia students. By collecting normative information annually, the program is able to continue a social norms campaign that is relevant to UVa undergraduates. The data is also used to study the effectiveness of the social norms approach. Every year, the Center for Survey Research (CSR) advises the office in sampling design and weight the final collected data for analysis purposes.
Year
2007
Area of Survey Study
Principal Investigator
Principal Investigator 2
Ext Principal Investigator
Survey By Phone
No
Survey By Web
Yes
Survey By Mail
No
Survey In Person
No
Survey Sponsor
Project ID
7.29
CSR Service Type