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Goal-directed and habitual decision making under stress in gambling disorder: An fMRI study
The development of addictive behaviors has been suggested to be related to a transition from goal-directed to habitual dec...
Cannabis and nicotine co-use among primary care patients in a state with legal cannabis access
The use of both cannabis and nicotine/tobacco products within the same individual (broadly defined as co-use) is prevalent...
The role of baseline insomnia in moderating the hypnotic properties of quetiapine
Alcohol craving (craving) or the urge to consume alcohol is a characteristic so pervasive in those with Alcohol Use Disord...
Engineered highs: Reward variability and frequency as potential prerequisites of behavioural addiction
Influential learning-based accounts of substance addictions posit the attribution of incentive salience to drug-associated...
Motives to play videogames across seven countries: Measurement invariance of the Videogaming Motives Questionnaire
Introduction. Gaming motives appear to be an important predictor of time spent gaming and disordered gaming. The Videogami...
Perceived racial/ethnic discrimination in relation to smoking abstinence expectancies among adult Latinx smokers in the United States
E-cigarette use is associated with pulmonary inflammation, functional respiratory changes, and chronic lung disease. Most ...
Investigating the effects of emotion dysregulation and repetitive negative thinking on alcohol hangover anxiety and depression
Alcohol hangover refers to negative physical (e.g., fatigue, nausea, diarrhea, and headache) and mental or psychological (...
There is (still) a global factor that underlies the PGSI: A reanalysis of Tseng, Flack, Caudwell, and Stevens (2023)
What is the factor structure of the Problem Gambling Severity Index (PGSI; Ferris & Wynne, 2001)? Since its creation, ...
Specific biomarker comparison in current smokers, e-cigarette users, and non-smokers
Nowadays, the research about electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) has not achieved a strong consensus. On the one hand, mo...
The perceived impact that alcohol policy could have on Brazilian and British students’ pre-drinking behaviour
Alcohol use is a significant concern nationally and research now highlights higher rates of alcohol attributable death (AA...
It’s not just drinking, but where you drink: A daily diary study of drinking venue effects on sexual activity with new partners
There is a well-established association between drinking and casual sex among young adults (Claxton et al., 2015, Goldstei...
Driving under the influence of cannabis, alcohol, and illicit drugs among adults in the United States from 2016 to 2020
Motor vehicle crashes (MVC) are a leading cause of death and injury in the United States (US) and are especially prominent...
Effectiveness of including weight management in smoking cessation treatments: A meta-analysis of behavioral interventions
MethodsMedline, Web of Science, PsycINFO, and the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials were searched for randomi...
Examining racial differences in smoking outcomes among smokers enrolled in an intravenous nicotine infusion study
Smoking remains the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. (Surgeon General, 2014, Forouzanfar et al., 2...
Reduced sensitivity but intact motivation to monetary rewards and reversal learning in obesity
Obesity is one of the most common health problems associated with increased risk for cardiovascular diseases, type II diab...
Computational models of behavioral addictions: State of the art and future directions
Psychobiological and neurocomputational investigations in addictive disorders have largely focused on the effects of subst...
Understanding adolescent esports bettors: Are they a homogeneous group?
Esports, professionally organized video game competitions between players or teams, has been growing exponentially. The in...
The dynamics of smoking quit motivation in daily life: Associations with momentary self-regulation and nightly quit intentions
Most smokers know that smoking is a health hazard, yet despite half of smokers attempting to quit each year, <10 % are ...
Exploring potential moderators of depressive symptoms and treatment outcomes among patients with opioid use disorder
Psychostimulants (e.g., cocaine, amphetamine) are among the most widely used drugs globally with detrimental short and lon...
Adolescent problematic gaming and its association with maternal behaviors: A dyadic study focusing on the relational-emotional correlates
Problematic Gaming (PG) is an ever-growing phenomenon, and its most dysfunctional manifestations have been officially reco...
Coping strategies as mediating mechanisms between adolescent polysubstance use classes and adult alcohol and substance use disorders
Adolescent polysubstance use is a robust predictor of problematic substance use in adulthood (Moss et al., 2014). One inno...
Cognitive inflexibility and repetitive habitual actions are associated with problematic use of the internet
Problematic Use of the Internet (PUI) is defined by loss of control over internet-related preoccupations, urges and behavi...
The Big-five personality traits and their link to problematic and compensatory Facebook use: A systematic review and meta-analysis
One of the distinguishing features of the 21st century has been the emergence and expansion of online social networking si...
License to look? The role of permissive beliefs, desire thinking, and self-control in predicting the use of social networking sites
Difficulties in controlling the use of social networking sites (SNS) have been argued to resemble addictive behavior patte...
Tobacco advertising exposure and product use among young adults: An ecological momentary assessment approach
Despite promising declines in cigarette and smokeless tobacco use in the past decade, 17.6 % of young adults aged 18–24 ar...
Risk and protective factors for (internet) gaming disorder: A meta-analysis of pre-COVID studies
This large-scale meta-analysis aimed to provide the most comprehensive synthesis to date of the available evidence from th...
Early-onset prescription drug misuse in Indiana youth
Concern surrounding prescription drug misuse (PDM) has traditionally focused on opioids and adult populations despite alar...