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This study evaluated the temporal stability and concurrent validity of the time-line follow-back (TLFB) procedure among psychiatric outpatients. Test–retest stability ( = 17) was evaluated over both 30-day and 180-day intervals for frequency of drinking days and maximum daily quantity....
Expectancies play an important role in the generation of adolescent alcohol use. However, few studies have precisely elucidated their role when specified with other prominent measures of social influences, which may also independently promote alcohol use. Three-year panel data and path-analytic...
Previous work by the authors has suggested that alcohol's impact on the marital functioning of alcoholics is influenced by the drinking pattern of the alcoholic. This article addresses whether alcohol differentially influences the sequential interactions of episodic and steady alcoholics and...
Alcohol researchers have identified several typologies to account for heterogeneity among alcoholics. Because elevated rates of HIV infection have been reported among alcoholics, the strength of associations for HIV risk behavior and 5 typologies of alcoholism (gender, comorbid psychopathology,...
Patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and substance abuse (SA–PTSD) diagnoses were compared with patients with only substance use diagnoses (SA only) and those with substance abuse and Axis I psychiatric diagnoses other than PTSD (SA–PSY) on outcomes 1 year after substance abuse...
This study examined the role of anxious affect on drinking self-efficacy in undergraduates. Participants ( = 73) were blocked on dispositional levels of social anxiety and randomly assigned to a social-anxiety-inducing or control condition in a 2 × 2 design. Results did not show the hypothesized...
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