|The differential characteristics between transformational change experiences and volitional change in recovering substance dependent individuals
||Transformational change and volitional change are two ways by which individuals
experience sustained behavior change. Transformational change is defined in this study as being
of a sudden, instantaneous type which forever changes the individual tha...
|Examination of covariates of previous self-reported sexual assault
||This study investigated the relationships of female college students’ (N = 228) hypothesized high-risk personality and behavioral traits with self-reports of previous sexual aggression. Participants completed five scales: Women’s Sexual Experiences S...
|Attributions made towards alcoholics and recovering alcoholics within employment related scenarios
||The purpose of this experiment was to examine the effects of alcoholism recovery status
and the correspondence bias in a workplace setting. The two conditions were constrained using
minimal, maximal and control vignettes with the dependent variable...
|Applying the Attribution-emotion Model to alcohol and drug abuse : the effects of target gender and valence of behavioral cause
||This study extended the attribution-emotion model of responsibility judgments to the
stigmas of alcohol and drug dependence. This was achieved by manipulating the valence of
behavioral cause of the stigmas and the gender of the stigmatized individu...
|Effects of alcohol and gender on social information processing of sexual aggression
||The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of alcohol intoxication and
gender on social information processing in the context of a sexual coercion scenario. It
was hypothesized that alcohol intoxication would affect social information pro...