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In one study, college students tended to overcalculate the quantity and frequency of alcohol consumption of their same-gender peers (M.
Lewis and Neighbors (2004), who found that college students tended to overcalculate the quantity and frequency of alcohol consumption of same-gender peers, and those of Korcuska and Thombs (2003), who found that same-gender norms for closest friends were stronger predictors than were same-gender norms for typical students.
Signs of such a change are perceptible in Kuwait; however, the state is hesitant, overcalculates its moves, and in many cases is hobbled by indecisiveness.