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Self-determination, perceived approval, and drinking: Differences between Asian Americans and Caucasians
(Addictive Behaviors, 2013)
The present research assessed racial differences in the associations among controlled orientation, injunctive norms, and increased drinking by White and Asian American college students. Previous research has noted racial ...
I like people who drink like me: Perceived appeal as a function of drinking status
(Addictive Behaviors, 2016-02)
Introduction: Individuals rate opposite sex faces as more attractive after consuming or being primed with alcohol. However, other traits such as intelligence and likeability have not been examined and might vary as a ...
Benefit finding as a moderator of the relationship between spirituality/religiosity and drinking
(Addictive Behaviors, 2013-11)
This study evaluated benefit finding as a moderator of the relationship between spiritual and religious attitudes and drinking. Previous research indicates that undergraduates who drink heavily experience negative ...
Tears in your beer: Gender differences in coping drinking motives, depressive symptoms and drinking
(International Journal Of Mental Health And Addiction, 2014-12)
This study evaluates associations between coping drinking motives (CDM; drinking to regulate negative affect), depressive symptoms, and drinking behavior and extends the literature by also taking into account gender ...