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Randomized controlled trial of a spring break intervention to reduce high-risk drinking
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2014-04)
Objective: While recent studies have documented high-risk drinking occurring during Spring Break (SB), particularly on SB trips with friends, published intervention studies are few. The present study evaluated the efficacy ...
Exercise and alcohol consumption: What we know, what we need to know, and why it is important
(Frontiers in Psychiatry, 2015)
Exercise provides a wealth of benefits to brain and body, and is regarded as a protective factor against disease. Protective factors tend to cluster together – that is, people who engage in one healthy behavior, such as ...
Emotion Dysregulation Explains Associations between Anxiety Sensitivity and Hazardous Drinking and Drinking Motives among Adult Treatment-Seeking Smokers
(Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 2017-03)
Smoking and drinking frequently co-occur. For example, alcohol use is associated with smoking lapses during quit attempts. However, little is known regarding psychological factors explaining drinking among smokers. Anxiety ...
Can Exercise Reverse Binge Alcohol-Induced Brain Damage?
Binge pattern drinking is characterized by excessive alcohol intake, combined with multiple periods of intoxication and withdrawal. This excessive consumption produces gray and white matter cell loss and cognitive impairments, ...