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This study investigated the relations among frequency of drinking in different social contexts; alcohol consumption, expectancies, and problems; and psychosocial characteristics among college students. Social drinking contexts were defined by the size and gender composition of social groups....
Couples with a drug-abusing husband ( = 17) and non-substance-abusing, distressed couples ( = 17) completed several self-report measures of relationship adjustment and participated in videotaped marital conflict-resolution discussions that were coded with the Clinician Rating of Adult...
The self-selection factor is pervasive in health care and is assumed to be a contributor to achieving therapeutic goals. For example, the therapeutic efficacies of medications or mental health approaches are assessed with those individuals who undergo or use the therapy. In addiction treatment...
Cocaine abuse continues to be a major public health problem. Drug abuse researchers and practitioners have developed theoretically diverse cocaine-specific psychological treatments, including behavioral and cognitive–behavioral therapies, psychodynamic therapies, and integrative outpatient...
Although studies have explored the predictors of changes in rank ordering of adolescent substance use over time, little research has specifically examined the predictors of substance use escalation and de-escalation. The present study tested whether social influences, individual differences, and...
This study identified clinically meaningful psychopathology subgroups of drug-dependent male veterans based on cluster analysis of Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory–II (MCMI-II) records completed shortly after inpatient admission. A high pathology cluster subgroup was defined by clinically...
In previous studies of memory association and alcohol use, the authors found that positive outcomes of drinking were associated in memory with alcohol concepts among heavier drinkers. The present study examined whether previous alcohol use predicted associative memory responses to negative, as...
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