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Implicit alcohol associations, especially drinking identity, predict drinking over time
(Health Psychology, 08/01/16)
There is considerable excitement about implicit alcohol associations (IAAs) as predictors of college-student hazardous drinking; however, few studies have investigated IAAs prospectively, included multiple assessments, or ...
Habit doesnʼt make the predictions stronger: Implicit alcohol associations and habitualness predict drinking uniquely
(Addictive Behaviors, 2015-06)
Introduction: As research on implicit (in the sense of fast/reflexive/impulsive) alcohol associations and alcohol advances, there is increasing emphasis on understanding the circumstances under which implicit alcohol ...
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Event Specific Prevention Strategies for Reducing Problematic Drinking Associated with 21st Birthday Celebrations
(Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2012)
Objective: While research has documented heavy drinking practices and associated negative consequences of college students turning 21, few studies have examined prevention efforts aimed to reduce high-risk drinking during ...
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 ...