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Effects of Multimedia-Based Drug Abuse Preventive Intervention for College Students
本研究採準實驗設計，研究對象為101學年度北部某科技大學校日間部一年級學生，實驗組181名、對照組149名。實驗組接受2節課（80分鐘）藥物濫用預防多媒體教材介入，對照組未接受介入。實驗介入前1週實施前測，介入後立即後測。收集的資料以廣義估計方程式（Generalized Estimating Equations, GEE）分析方法進行統計檢定。
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of a multimedia-based drug abuse prevention intervention on drug-related knowledge, attitudes, life skills, drug refusal efficacies, and drug use intention among college students in northern Taiwan. This study was a quasi-experimental design. Participants were first-grade college students from a school in northern Taiwan. There were 181students in the experimental group and 149 students in the control group. Students in the experimental group participated in an 80-minute multimedia-based drug abuse prevention intervention, while students in the control group received no intervention. A pre-test was conducted one-week before the intervention, while a post-test was conducted after the intervention. Generalized Estimating Equations (GEE) were used to examine the effects. The main results were as follows: 1. Overall, the multimedia-based drug abuse prevention intervention significantly increased drug-related knowledge, attitudes, life skills, and drug refusal efficacies for participating students. 2. For high socioeconomic status (SES) students, the multimedia-based drug abuse prevention intervention significantly increased drug-related knowledge and attitudes. 3. For low SES students, the multimedia-based drug abuse prevention intervention significantly increased drug-related knowledge and life skills. The results of the present study support the implementation of multimedia-based drug abuse prevention intervention to enhance drug-related knowledge, attitudes, life skills, and drug refusal efficacies. In addition, the development of SES-specific drug abuse prevention curriculum is recommended.
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