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Drink refusal self-efficacy and implicit drinking identity: An evaluation of moderators of the relationship between self-awareness and drinking behavior
(Addictive Behaviors, 2014-01)
This study evaluated the roles of drink refusal self-efficacy (DRSE), implicit drinking identity, and self-awareness in drinking. Self-awareness (assessed by public and private self-consciousness), DRSE, and implicit ...
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 ...
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 ...
Web-based intervention to change perceived norms of college student alcohol use and sexual behavior on Spring Break
(Addictive Behaviors, 2014-03)
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate an adapted web-based multi-component personalized feedback intervention to reduce college student alcohol use and risky sexual behavior during Spring Break. This is one of ...
Priming effects of self-reported drinking and religiosity
(Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 2014-03)
Research has revealed negative associations between religiosity and alcohol consumption. Given these associations, the aim of the current research was to evaluate whether the order of assessing each construct might affect ...
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 ...