The current study hypothesized that there was a positive correlation between consuming alcohol and aggressive behavior among college students. A correlational research method was used to show relations between the factors influencing alcohol consumption and aggression. A survey was given to 74 undergraduate West Virginia University students. The survey was designed to measure verbal and physical aggression while sober and intoxicated, as reported by participants. A positive correlation was found between alcohol consumption and aggression among the sample. A significant main effect was found in the frequency of alcohol consumption and physical and verbal aggression.
Reid, Jocelyn; Provencher, Danielle; and Metzger, Aaron
"Alcohol and Aggression in WVU Students,"
Mountaineer Undergraduate Research Review: Vol. 4
, Article 4.
Available at: https://researchrepository.wvu.edu/murr/vol4/iss1/4