Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The phenotype of recovery III: Delay discounting predicts abstinence self-efficacy among individuals in recovery from substance use disorders.

Abstinence self-efficacy (ASE) and delay discounting predict treatment outcomes and risk of relapse. Associations between delay discounting and ASE among individuals in recovery from substance use have not been investigated. Data from 216 individuals i…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Drinking motives and drinking behaviors in romantic couples: A longitudinal actor-partner interdependence model.

Excessive alcohol consumption is related to adverse physical and social consequences. Research shows an individual’s own drinking motives (reasons for drinking alcohol) are linked to his or her specific drinking outcomes in a theoretically expected man…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Alcohol consumption, interpersonal trauma, and drinking to cope with trauma-related distress: An auto-regressive, cross-lagged model.

Alcohol consumption and interpersonal trauma (IPT) co-occur at high rates, particularly in college populations. Two non-mutually-exclusive theories of this comorbidity are the risky behavior model, suggesting that substance use increases likelihood of …

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Cigarette and e-cigarette use and social perceptions over the transition to college: The role of ADHD symptoms.

Cigarette and electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use prevalence increases during adolescence and peaks in young adulthood, with substantial increases during the transition from high school to college especially more recently for e-cigarette use. It is …

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: An examination of consequences among college student drinkers on occasions involving alcohol-only, marijuana-only, or combined alcohol and marijuana use.

This event-level study examined within-person differences in consequences for college students who engaged in alcohol-only, marijuana-only, or simultaneous alcohol and marijuana (SAM) use across 18 weekend days. Participants (n = 451) were asked to rep…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Do misperceptions of peer drinking influence personal drinking behavior? Results from a complete social network of first-year college students.

This study considered the influence of misperceptions of typical versus self-identified important peers’ heavy drinking on personal heavy drinking intentions and frequency utilizing data from a complete social network of college students. The study sam…

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