Read the below case study and answer the questions: Officials at Johnston University have finally come to terms with their failed effort to prevent underage drinking and delay the age that drinking begins. No matter how many educational materials they distribute, or how many anti-alcohol rallies they sponsor, drinking on campus continues to be an issue. Determined to change the hazardous drinking habits of their students, Johnston University begins seeking alternative interventions. 1. What information can you provide university officials considering brief interventions for college students? Instead of dedicating 100% of the resources allotted to changing drinking behaviors, the Psychology Department Chairperson recommended using some of the resources for enhancing interventions based on principles of the social learning theory. What might this accomplish? What is the basis for the Chair’s suggestion? A suggested intervention draws a lot of controversy from the student community but strong support from parents of underage students and Johnston. Recent research in the use of the Global Positioning System (GPS) and smartphone applications indicate a potential link between abstinence from alcohol when subjects receive relaxation exercises and alerts initiated when the smartphone comes in close proximity to a risky environment. What do you believe the potential benefits and/or drawbacks are relating to smartphone applications utilizing messages and alerts prompted by GPS technology?