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Annotated Bibliography on Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Academic Performance

Balsa, A. I., Giuliano, L. M., & French, M. T. (2011). The effects of alcohol use on academic achievement in high school. Economics of education review, 30(1), 1-15.

The authors, professors at the University of Miami and Universidad de Montevideo have examined the impact that alcohol consumption on the quality of learning of high school students. Using data gathered by the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, the researchers test their hypothesis that increased consumption of alcohol negatively impacts academic achievement measured in terms of students’ GPA. Female students self-report that increased alcohol drinking results in academic difficulty. However, the study’s findings are different from those conducted by other researchers such as El Ansari given that it found that alcohol consumption impacts male and female students differently.Annotated Bibliography on Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Academic Performance

Chu, J. J., Jahn, H. J., Khan, M. H., & Kraemer, A. (2016). Alcohol consumption among university students: a Sino-German comparison demonstrates a much lower consumption of alcohol in Chinese students. Journal of Health, Population, and Nutrition, 35(1), 25. http://www.bioline.org.br/pdf?hn16030

The authors, researchers from China and Germany, carried out a study to investigate the variation of alcohol consumption between the two countries and its effects among university students with the main aim of assessing the prevalence of associated factors. Data was collected from 3306 German university students n1853 Chinese students. Although discrepancies from one country to the other have been known to exist, it was established that in China, women drink more often than in German. In China, students who have fathers with high educational level drunk alcohol more often while in Germany, the frequency of alcohol consumption among such students is less. In both countries, however, alcohol impacts student academic performance negatively. The results highlight the need to put in place country-specific strategies aimed at minimizing the rate of alcohol consumption among students.Annotated Bibliography on Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Academic Performance

Dendup, T. (2016). Alcohol consumption and academic performance among higher secondary students in Thimphu, Bhutan. Bhutan Health Journal, 2(2), 1-5. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/319301882_Alcohol_consumption_and_academic_performance_among_higher_secondary_students_in_Thimphu_Bhutan

The author, a researcher at the University of Bhutan, carried out a study to evaluate the pattern of alcohol drinking among high school students in Bhutan with the view of establishing its consequences and impact on academic performance. The researcher carried out multistage random sampling and used a semi-structured questionnaire that was self-administered to carry out a survey. Out of a total of 403 students that were surveyed, it was found that 38.8% were long-term alcohol drinkers. The mean age that students began to drink was 15.5. From the study results, a correlation between binge drinking and student grade point average was established, with those involved in binge drinking having a higher probability of obtaining less GPA. The study’s findings are similar to those obtained by other researchers have found that students that frequently consumed alcohol tend to score lower GPA.

DeSimone, J. (2010). Drinking and academic performance in high school. Applied Economics, 42(12), 1481-1497.https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00036840701721554

DeSimone, a researcher in applied economics, has conducted a study to investigate the degree to which the perceived negative effects of alcohol consumption on grade point average are as a result of unobserved heterogeneity as opposed to the direct negative effects of drinking. The author uses data from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey. From the results obtained, he concludes that the omitted factors that impact academic performance including mental health, time-preference, and students’ self-esteem play a significant role. The study is significant given that it contradicts the findings obtained by other researchers including Dendup by showing that binge drinking has little impact on academic performance of students compared to the other factors that other researchers tend to omit.Annotated Bibliography on Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Academic Performance

El Ansari, W., Stock, C., & Mills, C. (2013). Is alcohol consumption associated with poor academic achievement in university students?. International journal of preventive medicine, 4(10), 1175. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3843305/

The authors, both researchers at the University of Gloucestershire carried out a study to establish the relationship between alcohol consumption and educational achievement among university students. The study focused on five different alcohol measures namely problem drinking, the frequency of drinking, heavy episodic drinking, the length of time of drinking at the quantity of alcohol consumed. To measure educational achievement, the researchers used three measures namely the actual module mark scored by students, the subjective importance of university students in scoring good grades, and their personal appraisal of their performance relative to their peers. The results obtained by the researchers showed that students’ perception of the significance of grades was negatively impacted in three out of the five alcohol measures. Moreover, a negative Association was established between a student’s heavy episodic drinking and his or her academic performance. The study shows that alcohol consumption exhibits negative associations with academic performance and the findings are similar to those obtained by Balsa in an earlier study

Idoko, J. O., Muyiwa, A. S., & Agoha, B. E. (2015). The Effect of Alcohol Consumption on the Academic Performance of Undergraduate Students. Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, 4(4), 147-153. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/279923840_The_Effect_of_Alcohol_Consumption_on_the_Academic_Performance_of_Undergraduate_Students

The authors who work for a counseling center at the Covenant University in Nigeria carried out a study to investigate the effects of alcohol consumption by college students on their academic performance. The researcher surveyed a total of 200 respondents to test their hypothesis that a significant positive relationship exists between academic performance and alcohol consumption. Moreover, the researchers tested whether a significant difference exists in academic performance between students who consume alcohol and those who do not and whether alcohol consumption impacts academic performance significantly. Their hypotheses were strongly supported by the results which showed that an association exists between academic performance and alcohol consumption. Similar results were obtained by other researchers that have conducted studies on the same topic including El Ansari (2013) and Balsa (2011).

Lindo, J. M., Swensen, I. D., & Waddell, G. R. (2013). Alcohol and student performance: Estimating the effect of legal access. Journal of health economics, 32(1), 22-32. http://ftp.iza.org/dp5525.pdf

The authors, researchers from the University of Oregon, present an interesting researcher in which they evaluate the impact of alcohol consumption on student performance while factoring in the effect of legal access to the products. The authors conducted a longitudinal study in which they identified the effects of alcohol consumption by comparing the performance of students before they attained the age of 21 and after attaining the age. The results showed that when students attained the legal age of drinking, their grades fell dramatically. The authors present a highly informative study that has not been conducted by any other researchers.

Piazza-Gardner, A. K., Barry, A. E., & Merianos, A. L. (2016). Assessing drinking and academic performance among a nationally representative sample of college students. Journal of Drug Issues, 46(4), 347-353. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0022042616659757?journalCode=joda

The authors, who are researchers at the University of Florida, Texas University, and the University of Cincinnati respectively conducted a study to investigate the relationship between alcohol consumption and grade point average. Data from the American College Health Association’s National College Health Assessment was used to carry out a study of a sample of students that served as a national representative. From the results, it was evident that student that consumed large quantities of alcoholic drinks scored lower GPA compared to those that did not take any alcohol or took small quantities of it. Binge drinking was found to be a strong predictor of academic performance, with the likelihood of performing highly decreasing with binge drinking. The results obtained by these researchers confirms the negative impacts of alcohol consumption on academic performance.Annotated Bibliography on Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Academic Performance

Sung, D. J., So, W. Y., & Jeong, T. T. (2016). Association between alcohol consumption and academic achievement: a cross-sectional study. Central European journal of public health, 24(1), 45. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27070969

The authors, from Konkuk University, Korea National University of Transportation, and Seoul Women’s University recognize that alcohol consumption is very prevalent among Adolescents in South Korea and presents a major public health concern. Consequently, they conducted a study to investigate the association between academic performance and alcohol consumption among Korean adolescents by carrying out a multivariate logistic regression analysis. The results obtained indicated that alcohol consumption decreased the odds of performing well in academics. The findings showed that both male and female students experience below average academic performance as a result of the effects of alcohol consumption. The findings contracts those obtained by Balsa that show that male students are less affected by alcohol consumption compared to the female students.

Salazar M.J., Castellanos C.E., Enríquez, H.C.B., González, A.P., Carral, H.B., et al. (2018). Alcohol consumption and academic performance in high school students. International Journal of Drug Development and Research, 10: 32-37. http://www.ijddr.in/drug-development/alcohol-consumption-and-academic-performance-in-high-school-students.php?aid=22328

The authors, researchers in the field of nursing and multidisciplinary academic division in Mexico, conducted a study to establish the link between academic performance and alcohol consumption among high school students in Mexico. A cross-sectional study both quantitative and descriptive in nature was carried out on 302 students that were sampled from a public high school. The results showed that while 78.5 of students, both male and females were found to drink alcohol without suffering from any problems, 95.0% of them have poor academic performance as a result of alcohol consumption. The study contradicts other studies that show that family and institutional dynamics are closely associated with low academic performance.Annotated Bibliography on Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Academic Performance