An Empirical Analysis of Fraternity and Sorority Individual-Environmental Interactions With Alcohol
Janet Reis; Mickey Trockel
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 33(12): 2536-2552
Hierarchical linear modeling was used to analyze fraternity and sorority individual-environmental interactions for 3,756 Greek undergraduate students at a large public university. Alcohol expectancies were measured with items used to assess the degree to which people believe alcohol has positive effects. For sorority students, expectancies were negatively related to chapter culture emphasizing service and civic responsibility.