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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 ...
Cultural differences and shame in an expressive writing alcohol intervention
(Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, 10/07/16)
The present study evaluates the relationships between shame, culture, and drinking behavior in predicting drinking intentions in the context of an expressive writing intervention. Theory and empirical findings have generally ...
I think I can’t: Drink refusal self-efficacy as a mediator of the relationship between self-reported drinking identity and alcohol use
(Addictive Behaviors, 2014-02)
This study examined the relationship between self-reported drinking identity (SRDI), defined as how closely individuals believe drinking is a crucial aspect of their identity (Conner, Warren, Close, & Sparks, 1999), and ...
Decisional balance: alcohol decisional balance intervention for heavy drinking undergraduates
(Substance use & misuse, 2015-11)
Background: This study evaluated a decisional balance intervention among heavy drinking undergraduates and compared a non-weighted decisional balance proportion (DBP; Collins, Carey, & Otto, 2009) to a participant-weighted ...