Alcohol Expectancies as Cognitive-Behavioral Psychology: Theory and Practice
Recently developed concepts and findings from the alcohol literature will be integrated with other recent work from experimental/cognitive psychology to bridge the time gap between an individual's early environmental influences and biological haracteristics, and later drinking / the term expectancy will be used to identify this process the integration of expectancy with cognitive psychology / attention and consciousness / automatic vs. effortfull (controlled) processing / application of information processing concepts to alcohol expectancies / empirical evidence / prevention and treatment.
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Alcohol Expectancies as Cognitive-Behavioral Psychology: Theory and Practice, in T. Loberg, G. A Marlatt, P. E. Nathan & W. Miller (Eds.), Addictive Behaviors: Prevention and Early Intervention, Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers, p. 11-30
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Goldman, Mark S., "Alcohol Expectancies as Cognitive-Behavioral Psychology: Theory and Practice" (1989). Psychology Faculty Publications. 1577.