• G. Gloria Yeomans-Maldonado, M. E. Patrick
    (2015). Vol. 2 pp. 33-36

    Abstract
    Studies looking at the association between perceived risk and simultaneous use of alcohol and marijuana are scarce. The present study has three purposes: (1) to examine the [...]

  • T. Wilcockson, N. N.E.M. Sanal
    (2016). Vol. 3 pp. 38-42

    Abstract
    Cannabis is now the most widely used illicit substance in the world. Previous research demonstrates that cannabis use is associated with dysfunctional affect regulation and [...]

  • A. H. Weinberger, C. Franco, R. A. Hoff, C. Corey Pilver, M. A. Steinberg, L. Loreen Rugle, J. Jeremy Wampler, D. A. Cavallo, S. Krishnan-Sarin, M. N. Potenza
    (2015).

    Abstract
    Smoking and gambling are two significant public health concerns. Little is known about the association of smoking and gambling in adolescents. The current study of high-school [...]

  • E. Elisa Wegmann, U. Ursula Oberst, B. Benjamin Stodt, M. Matthias Brand
    (2017). Vol. 5 pp. 33-42

    Abstract
    Some of the most frequently used online applications are Facebook, WhatsApp, and Twitter. These applications allow individuals to communicate with other users, to share information [...]

  • H. Hugh Webb, B. M. Jones, K. Kathleen McNeill, L. Lim, A. J. Frain, K. J. O'Brien, D. P. Skorich, P. Peta Hoffmann, T. Tegan Cruwys
    (2017).

    Abstract
    This study tests a social identity based mechanism for the effectiveness of plain tobacco packaging legislation, introduced in Australia in December 2012, to reduce cigarette [...]

  • A. J. Vonasch, C. J. Clark, S. Stephan Lau, K. D. Vohs, R. F. Baumeister
    (2017).

    Abstract
    It is widely believed that addiction entails a loss of free will, even though this point is controversial among scholars. There is arguably a downside to this belief, in that [...]

  • K. L. Venner, B. L. Greenfield, K. J. Hagler, J. Jeremiah Simmons, D. Lupee, E. Everett Homer, Y. Yvette Yamutewa, J. Ellen Smith
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Although American Indians/Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) have exhibited high rates of alcohol and drug use disorders, there is a paucity of substance use disorder treatment outcome [...]

  • K. Kristina Sundqvist, I. Ingvar Rosendahl, P. Peter Wennberg
    (2015). Vol. 2 pp. 49-54

    Abstract
    While the association between problem gambling and alcohol use disorders has been studied previously, little is known about the association between risk gambling and risk [...]

  • M. Mythily Subramaniam, E. Edimansyah Abdin, S. Shazana Shahwan, J. Vaingankar, L. Louisa Picco, C. Browning, S. Thomas, S. Ann Chong
    (2015). Vol. 1 pp. 57-63

    Abstract
    This study aimed to (i) examine the prevalence and types of gambling, (ii) establish prevalence of ‘pathological’ gambling, (iii) explore the correlates of gambling, and [...]

  • M. Spada, A. Adam Roarty
    (2015). Vol. 1 pp. 7-11

    Abstract
    The present study explored the relationship between metacognitions, attentional control, and the severity of gambling in problem gamblers. One hundred and twenty six problem [...]

  • A. Arvid Skutle, E. Bu, F. Konow Jellestad, K. Oortmerssen, G. Geert Dom, S. Sofie Verspreet, P. Carpentier, J. Ramos-Quiroga, J. Johan Franck, M. Maija Konstenius, S. Sharlene Kaye, Z. Zsolt Demetrovics, C. Csaba Barta, M. Melina Fatséas, M. Marc Auriacombe, B. Brian Johnson, S. V. Faraone, F. R. Levin, S. Steve Allsop, S. Susan Carruthers, R. A. Schoevers, M. Koeter, W. den Brink, F. Franz Moggi, M. Merete Møller, G. Glind
    (2015).

    Abstract
    The prevalence of ADHD among patients with substance use disorder (SUD) is substantial. This study addressed the following research questions: Are early developmental, temperamental [...]

  • K. A. Schmidt, A. J. Lancia, S. Saad Alvi, J. C. Aldag
    (2017).

    Abstract
    Studies show alcohol-preferring mice reduce their alcohol intake during pregnancy, this study questions if the same is true for humans. The current investigation compares [...]

  • T. E. Sather, C. L. Woolsey, R. Jr, M. Evans Jr, F. Fred Cromartie
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Energy drinks are popular beverages that can have adverse long-term health effects when consumed by children and adolescents. This study sought to determine if the age of [...]

  • R. Rayna Sariyska, B. Lachmann, S. Sebastian Markett, M. Martin Reuter, C. Christian Montag
    (2017). Vol. 5 pp. 19-28

    Abstract
    In three consecutive studies, we aimed to investigate the relationship between problematic Internet use (PIU), Internet Gaming Disorder (IGD) and implicit learning abilities, [...]

  • S. Shane Rebgetz, L. Leanne Hides, D. J. Kavanagh, A. Anand Choudhary
    (2016). Vol. 4 pp. 31-36

    Abstract
    There is growing evidence for natural recovery from cannabis use by people with psychosis, but mechanisms underpinning it need further exploration. This study prospectively [...]

  • S. Shane Rebgetz, L. Leanne Hides, D. Kavanagh
    (2015). Vol. 1 pp. 76-80

    Abstract
    Cannabis remains the most used illegal substance across the globe, and negative outcomes and disorders are common. A spotlight therefore falls on reductions in cannabis use [...]

  • K. M. Pursey, C. E. Collins, P. Stanwell, T. L. Burrows
    (2015).

  • H. Pontes, A. Attila Szabo, M. D. Griffiths
    (2015).

    Abstract
    Recent research has examined the context in which preference for specific online activities arises, leading researchers to suggest that excessive Internet users are engaged [...]

  • A. Angelina Pilatti, M. Marcos Cupani, F. Tuzinkievich, W. Walter Winfree
    (2016). Vol. 4 pp. 44-50

    Abstract
    Introduction: Cognitive distortions are related to gambling frequency and gambling severity. Having a culturally sensitive measure to assess cognitive distortions will facilitate [...]

  • S. Peele
    (2016).

    Abstract
    The world, led by the United States, is hell bent on establishing the absence of choice in addiction, as expressed by the defining statement that addiction is a “chronic [...]

  • E. M. Obasi, L. Lucia Cavanagh, D. M. Pittman, J. J. Brooks
    (2016).

    Abstract
    A large body of literature has substantiated the relationship between alcohol use and violent behaviors, but little consideration has been given to implicit interactions between [...]

  • K. J. Mu, S. E. Moore, K. Z. LeWinn
    (2015). Vol. 2 pp. 61-66

    Abstract
    To investigate the relation between Internet use and binge drinking during early and middle adolescence. This is a cross-sectional study of a sub-sample of 8th and 10th graders [...]

  • A. Moss, I. P. Albery, K. Khaleda Rahman
    (2016). Vol. 4 pp. 37-43

    Abstract
    Dual process accounts of the alcohol-behaviour link hypothesise that differences in drinking patterns will moderate the effects of exposure to alcohol-related cues on behaviour, [...]

  • A. C. Moss, M. Spada, J. Jamila Harkin, I. P. Albery, N. Nicola Rycroft, A. V. Nikčević
    (2015).

    Abstract
    To identify prevalence and predictors of participation in the online drinking game ‘neknomination’ amongst university students. A convenience sample of 145 university [...]

  • C. Christian Montag, C. Christopher Kannen, B. Bernd Lachmann, R. Rayna Sariyska, É. Éilish Duke, M. Martin Reuter, A. Alexander Markowetz
    (2015). Vol. 2 pp. 23-27

    Abstract
    Analogue zeitgebers such as wristwatches and alarm clocks are essential for structuring everyday life. Since the dawn of the digital revolution – particularly since the [...]

  • S. Satoko Mihara, Y. Yoneatsu Osaki, H. Hideki Nakayama, H. Hiroshi Sakuma, M. Maki Ikeda, O. Osamu Itani, Y. Yoshitaka Kaneita, H. Hideyuki Kanda, T. Takashi Ohida, S. Higuchi
    (2016). Vol. 4 pp. 58-64

    Abstract
    Japan is assumed to have serious health and social problems due to Internet overuse, but little is known about the actual conditions. This study was conducted to investigate [...]

  • E. E. Mawson, D. Best, D. D.I. Lubman
    (2016).

    Abstract
    This study explored associations between group memberships and recovery capital amongst 20 young adults aged 18 to 21 years in residential alcohol and drug treatment. Participants [...]

  • M. Michael Lyvers, J. James Karantonis, M. S. Edwards, F. Arne Thorberg
    (2016). Vol. 3 pp. 56-60

    Abstract
    The present study sought to determine whether certain personality traits associated with problematic substance use may also characterize young adults who report problematic [...]

  • A. Link, P. Cawkwell, D. R. Shelley, S. E. Sherman
    (2015).

    Abstract
    The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between social norms and attitudes towards ENDS and hookah and use of these products. We conducted surveys with hookah [...]

  • M. Martin Lindström, M. Maria Rosvall
    (2015). Vol. 2 pp. 6-12

    Abstract
    The aim of this study was to investigate school contextual effects on daily tobacco smoking, heavy alcohol use and hashish use among adolescents, using multilevel analyses [...]

  • K. P. Lindgren, J. J. Ramirez, N. Nauder Namaky, C. C. Olin, B. A. Teachman
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Drinking identity strength (how strongly one views oneself as a drinker) is a promising risk factor for hazardous drinking. A critical next step is to investigate whether [...]

  • C. Christian Laier, M. Matthias Brand
    (2017). Vol. 5 pp. 9-13

    Abstract
    Internet-pornography-viewing disorder (IPD) is considered one type of Internet-use disorder. For IPDs development, it was assumed theoretically that a dysfunctional use of [...]

  • L. Kruisselbrink, A. C. Bervoets, S. de Klerk, A. Loo, J. C. Verster
    (2017). Vol. 5 pp. 14-18

    Abstract
    Resistance to alcohol hangover may be a risk factor for alcohol use disorder. Previous research to establish the prevalence of hangover resistance in a drinking population [...]

  • C. Cheyenne Johnson, H. Huiru Dong, K. Keith Ahamad, K. Kanna Hayashi, M. M.J. Milloy, T. Thomas Kerr, E. Evan Wood
    (2015). Vol. 2 pp. 28-32

    Abstract
    While the impacts of illicit drug use on mortality have been well described, the impact of poly-substance that includes alcohol has received less attention. We examined the [...]

  • N. Jiang, D. K. Cortese, M. Jane Lewis, P. M. Ling
    (2016). Vol. 3 pp. 14-20

    Abstract
    Advertising influences peoples health behaviors. Tobacco companies have linked tobacco and alcohol in their marketing activities. We examined how depictions of alcohol were [...]

  • T. Janssen, H. Helle Larsen, M. Margot Peeters, W. Boendermaker, W. Vollebergh, R. W. Wiers
    (2015).

    Abstract
    To prospectively predict the onset of use of alcohol, cigarettes and marijuana among Dutch adolescents, using behavioral and self-report measures of impulsivity-related facets. [...]

  • R. J.E. James, C. Claire O'Malley, R. J. Tunney
    (2016). Vol. 3 pp. 61-69

    Abstract
    This paper reports a series of analyses examining the predictors of gambling subtypes identified from a latent class analysis of problem gambling assessment data, pooled from [...]

  • G. M. Heyman
    (2017). Vol. 5 pp. 85-93

    Abstract
    This paper addresses two overlapping questions: Do addicts have the capacity to voluntarily quit drugs? And do individuals knowingly pursue courses of action that they realize [...]

  • A. Amy Hastings, N. McNamara, J. Jacqueline Allan, M. Marriott
    (2016). Vol. 4 pp. 78-86

    Abstract
    A significant barrier to recovery for individuals with co-morbid eating disorders and type 1 diabetes is the way in which group members self-categorise. Nonetheless, identity [...]

  • A. E. Green, D. Darren Mays, E. B. Falk, D. Donna Vallone, N. Natalie Gallagher, A. Amanda Richardson, K. P. Tercyak, D. B. Abrams, R. S. Niaura
    (2016).

    Abstract
    The study examined young adult smokers' neural response to graphic warning labels (GWLs) on cigarette packs using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Nineteen young [...]

  • O. Olga Geisel, J. Julia Behnke, M. Michael Schneider, K. Wernecke, C. Müller
    (2016). Vol. 4 pp. 51-57

    Abstract
    In the majority of patients with alcohol use disorder (AUD), the clinical course is characterized by multiple relapses to drinking, frequently preceded by intense craving [...]

  • H. Claro, M. Oliveira, I. Fernandes, J. Titus, R. Tarifa, T. Rojas, P. Hayasi Pinho
    (2015). Vol. 2 pp. 55-60

    Abstract
    This study used the Rasch model to evaluate the psychometric properties of the Portuguese version of the Substance Problem Scale (SPS) of the “Global Appraisal of Individual [...]

  • D. Frings, L. Lucinda Melichar, I. P. Albery
    (2016). Vol. 3 pp. 86-91

    Abstract
    Having an identity as a ‘drinker’ has been linked to increased alcohol-related harm, self-reported consumption and self-reported intention to engage in risky drinking [...]

  • D. Frings, M. Michael Collins, G. Gavin Long, I. R. Pinto, I. P. Albery
    (2016). Vol. 3 pp. 77-85

    Abstract
    Engagement with self-help groups is a predictor of positive outcomes for those attempting to control their addictive behaviours. In common with other groups, self-help groups [...]

  • E. B. Ettienne, E. Edwin Chapman, M. Mary Maneno, A. Adaku Ofoegbu, B. Bradford Wilson, B. Settles-Reaves, M. Melissa Clarke, G. Georgia Dunston, K. Kevin Rosenblatt
    (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 8-14

    Abstract
    Opioid use disorder (OUD) is characterized by a problematic pattern of opioid use leading to clinically-significant impairment or distress. Opioid agonist treatment is an [...]

  • F. Enstad, W. Willy Pedersen, W. Wendy Nilsen, T. von Soest
    (2017). Vol. 6 pp. 1-7

    Abstract
    Recent research suggests that early onset of intoxication (EOI) may be of greater importance for a wide range of subsequent adverse outcomes than early drinking experiences [...]

  • I. Isabella D'Orta, J. Jonathan Burnay, D. Daniela Aiello, C. Cinzia Niolu, A. Alberto Siracusano, L. Lucia Timpanaro, Y. Yasser Khazaal, J. Joël Billieux
    (2015). Vol. 2 pp. 19-22

    Abstract
    Impulsivity is a multidimensional construct that plays a prominent role in the development, maintenance, and relapse of addictive disorders. The UPPS-P model of impulsivity, [...]

  • E. Dumbili, C. Clare Williams
    (2017). Vol. 5 pp. 1-8

    Abstract
    Most research on drinking games (DGs) and the associated risks focuses on Western countries. In the Nigerian context, DGs activity has not attracted scholarly attention but [...]

  • A. Arie Dijkstra, K. Karin Menninga
    (2015). Vol. 1 pp. 81-88

    Abstract
    The present study aims to contribute to our knowledge on the causes of variations in experienced craving of (ex)smokers. The general idea is tested that when (ex)smokers are [...]

  • J. Deleuze, L. Lucien Rochat, L. Lucia Romo, M. Linden, S. Sophia Achab, G. Gabriel Thorens, Y. Yasser Khazaal, D. Daniele Zullino, P. Pierre Maurage, S. Stéphane Rothen, J. Joël Billieux
    (2015). Vol. 1 pp. 49-56

    Abstract
    While addictions to substances such as alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs have been extensively investigated, interest has been growing in potential non-substance-related addictive [...]

  • M. Michael Daly, L. Liam Delaney, R. F. Baumeister
    (2015). Vol. 1 pp. 89-96

    Abstract
    The pronounced discrepancy between smokers' intentions to quit and their smoking behavior has led researchers to suggest that many smokers are time inconsistent, have self-control [...]

  • W. Miles Cox, E. Eric Klinger, J. Fadardi
    (2017). Vol. 5 pp. 94-103

    Abstract
    Certain people are at risk for using alcohol or other drugs excessively and for developing problems with their use. Their susceptibility might arise from a variety of factors, [...]

  • G. Caselli, C. Chiara Manfredi, A. Annalisa Ferraris, F. Francesca Vinciullo, M. Spada
    (2015). Vol. 1 pp. 2-6

    Abstract
    The construct of craving has been shown to play a crucial role in the development and maintenance of addictive behaviors. Both novelty seeking and desire thinking have been [...]

  • S. Silvia Casale, G. Giulia Fioravanti
    (2015). Vol. 1 pp. 34-39

    Abstract
    Following the theoretical frameworks of the dual-factor model of Facebook use and the Self Determination Theory, the present study hypothesizes that the satisfaction of unmet [...]

  • C. P. Brandt, J. Jafar Bakhshaie, L. Lorra Garey, N. B. Schmidt, A. M. Leventhal, M. J. Zvolensky
    (2015).

    Abstract
    The current study examined the moderating effects of smoking amount per day on the relation between anxiety sensitivity and nicotine dependence, cigarette smoking outcome [...]

  • R. Ragnhild Bø, J. Joël Billieux, N. Inge Landrø
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Impulsive binge drinking is a serious public health issue, and to reveal predisposing factors to this consumption pattern is, therefore, required. Impulsivity-related traits [...]

  • A. W. Blume, B. L. Guttu
    (2015). Vol. 1 pp. 64-67

    Abstract
    Extensive research has generally supported a significant and positive relationship of positive outcome expectancies with the amount of alcohol consumed among young adult drinkers, [...]

  • R. Roberta Biolcati, S. Stefano Passini, G. Giacomo Mancini
    (2016). Vol. 3 pp. 70-76

    Abstract
    Introduction: The main aim of this study is to improve our knowledge on binge drinking behavior in adolescents. In particular, we tested a model of predictors of binge drinking [...]

  • M. Beck Lichtenstein, T. Tang Jensen
    (2016). Vol. 3 pp. 33-37

    Abstract
    CrossFit is a mix of aerobic and anaerobic exercise regimes with the stated goal of improving fitness and physical performance. It is growing in popularity and has a strong [...]

  • A. Alison Baxter, C. Christina Salmon, K. Kristen Dufresne, A. Alexandra Carasco-Lee, F. I. Matheson
    (2016). Vol. 3 pp. 1-8

    Abstract
    Men and women differ in their patterns of help-seeking for health and social problems. For people experiencing problem gambling, feelings of stigma may affect if and when [...]

  • R. F. Baumeister
    (2017).

    Abstract
    Opinions differ widely as to whether addicts lose the ability to control their behavior and employ free will. This article reviews empirical findings regarding multiple questions [...]

  • L. Laura Baines, A. Andrew Jones, P. Paul Christiansen
    (2016). Vol. 4 pp. 65-69

    Abstract
    Heavy drinking is a considerable public health concern. There is a broad evidence-base examining the separate contributions of personality characteristics, motives and alcohol-expectancies [...]

  • I. P. Albery, D. Dinkar Sharma, S. Simon Noyce, D. Daniel Frings, A. Moss
    (2015). Vol. 1 pp. 68-72

    Abstract
    To examine whether a group of social drinkers showed longer response latencies to alcohol-related stimuli than neutral stimuli and to test whether exposure to 1) an alcohol-related [...]

  • K. Agoudavi, F. F. Dalmay, S. S. Legleyle, K. K. Kumako, P. P.M. Preux, J. J.P. Clément, B. B. Falissard, P. P. Nubukpo
    (2015). Vol. 2 pp. 1-5

    Abstract
    Alcohol use is responsible for a high level of mortality and morbidity throughout the world. The WHO global strategy recommends that the detrimental effects of alcohol use [...]

  • R. Abadie, M. Melissa Welch-Lazoritz, B. Khan, K. Dombrowski
    (2017). Vol. 5 pp. 29-32

  • P. Veliz, C. Boyd, S. McCabe
    (2016). Vol. 4 pp. 18-23

    Abstract
    While a robust literature exists regarding substance use patterns among adolescent athletes, no studies have examined substance use among adolescent sexual minority athletes; [...]

  • C. Salas-Wright, J. Gonzalez, M. Vaughn, S. Schwartz, K. Jetelina
    (2016).

    Abstract
    Despite the accumulation of studies examining the link between alcohol use and violence, no studies to our knowledge have systematically set out to detect age-related differences [...]

  • C. Liu, H. Huang, A. Higginson, Y. Lin, J. Ferris, T. Liu, A. Lynham
    (2016). Vol. 4 pp. 1-12

    Abstract
    Alcohol-related violence remains to be a health concern, and the oral and maxillofacial surgeons are routinely exposed to its impact on the victims and the healthcare system. [...]

  • D. Kaptsis, D. King, P. Delfabbro, M. Gradisar
    (2016). Vol. 4 pp. 24-30

    Abstract
    Internet Gaming Disorder (IGD) is positioned in the appendix of the DSM-5 as a condition requiring further study. The IGD criteria refer to withdrawal symptoms, including [...]

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