Project RIDE was developed to understand the predictors of why college students decide to ride with a drinking driver (RWDD). Specifically, it examines how parents, peers, drinking habits and contextual factors influence willingness and intentions to RWDD. This project also aims to understand what influences or impedes parents to talk with their teens about the risks of RWDD. This research aims to aid future prevention programs to decrease RWDD.
Funded by an F31 training fellowshiop sponsored by NIH/NIAAA.
Awarded to Brittney Hultgren, M.S.