Alcohol Expectancies and Human Sexuality: Clues to Alcoholism Prevention
Drinker's expectancies, information stored in memory at early ages, about the effects of alcohol on sexuality are strongly held. It is hypothesized that the study of memory can lead to methods of prevention and intervention for alcohol-related problems.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Alcohol Health and Research World, v. 15, issue 2, p. 126-132
Scholar Commons Citation
Goldman, Mark S. and Roehrich, Laurie, "Alcohol Expectancies and Human Sexuality: Clues to Alcoholism Prevention" (1991). Psychology Faculty Publications. 1584.