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A randomized controlled trial of a web-based, personalized normative feedback alcohol intervention for young-adult veterans
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 03/13/17)
Objective: Young adult American veterans are at-risk for problematic alcohol use. However, they are unlikely to seek care and may drop out from lengthy multicomponent treatments when they do get care. This randomized ...
RCT of web-based personalized normative feedback for college drinking prevention: Are typical student norms good enough?
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2013-12)
Objectives: Personalized normative feedback (PNF) interventions are generally effective at correcting normative misperceptions and reducing risky alcohol consumption among college students. However, research has yet to ...
Young adult veteran perceptions of peers' drinking behavior and attitudes
(Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 2016-02)
Social norms-based interventions have shown promise in reducing drinking behavior and resulting consequences in young adults. Although most research has focused on young civilians (i.e., college students), some studies ...
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 ...
Not the same old thing: Establishing the unique contribution of drinking identity as a predictor of alcohol consumption and problems over time
(Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 2016-09)
Drinking identity – how much individuals view themselves as drinkers– is a promising cognitive factor that predicts problem drinking. Implicit and explicit measures of drinking identity have been developed (the former ...