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Repeat Drunk Drivers and the Neurobiology of Risk

An investigation of repeat drunk driving offenders provides a distinctive profile of the cognitive, personality, and neurobiological factors that influence risk-taking. ... More>

University of Missouri Launching Alcohol Research Internship Program

The University of Missouri’s (MU) Department of Psychological Science is recruiting its first class of undergraduate students for its federally funded Alcohol Research Training Summer School & Internship (MU–ARTSS) program. […]... More>

Employees Changed Their Drinking Habits After the Recession

New research suggests that economic stress brought on by the Great Recession shifted drinking behavior: Employees drank less often on the job, but more often after work. ... More>

New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring pretraumatic stress reactions in soldiers, cognitive vulnerability in depression and anxiety, and limitations of determining diagnosis severity using criterion counts. ... More>

Days Of Our Lives, One Day At A Time

Anyone who has spent any time around the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous has heard the phrase “stinkin’ thinkin.’” This folksy expression refers to certain attitudes and thought patterns—blaming, self-pity, negativity […]... More>