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AEQApplication Entity Qualifier
AEQAdvanced Equalizer
AEQAcademic Exchange Quarterly
AEQAnthropology and Education Quarterly
AEQAdult Education Quarterly (American Association for Adult and Continuing Education)
AEQAlcohol Expectancy Questionnaire
AEQAequalis (Latin: Equal)
AEQAgent Entretien Qualifié (French: Qualified Maintenance Officer)
AEQAplicaciones Electronicas Quasar (Spanish: Quasar Electronic Applications)
AEQAuto Enter Queue
AEQAmerican Experiment Quarterly
AEQAcide Équivalent (French: Acid Equivalent)
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Participants received a number-coded envelope containing the four assessment tools: (a) Core Alcohol and Drug Survey, (b) Self-Efficacy Scale, (c) Alcohol Expectancy Questionnaire, and (d) Problem Solving Inventory.
Correlations were computed among the subscales of the Alcohol Expectancy Questionnaire. Subscale 1, Global Positive Changes, correlated significantly with the other five subscales, 12 < .001, and the other five subscales were positively correlated with one another.
The paper describes the adaptation of the Adolescent version of the Alcohol Expectancy Questionnaire (AEQ-A) for university students in Peru.
To measure peoples' expectancies regarding alcohol use, Brown and his colleagues developed the Alcohol Expectancy Questionnaire (Brown et al., 1980).
A confirmatory test of hierarchical expectancy structure and predictive power: discriminant validation of the alcohol expectancy questionnaire. Psychological Assessment, 9, 145-155.
Alcohol expectancies: The Alcohol Expectancy Questionnaire (AEQ), (Brown, Christiansen, & Goldman, 1987) was used to measure alcohol-related expectancies.