Personality May Change When You Drink, But Less Than You Think
People typically report substantive changes to their personality when they become intoxicated, but observations from outsiders suggest differences between ‘sober’ and ‘drunk’ personalities are less drastic.
Hands-On Training in Alcohol Research
Seven undergraduate students are the first class to complete a new University of Missouri internship program geared toward research on alcohol use and dependency.
Are women increasingly at risk of addiction?
The Washington Post: Last year, American novelist Joyce Maynard faced a harsh realization: Her habit of reaching for a glass of wine whenever she felt stressed had crossed the line into an addiction. “It kind
Summer Program Provides Undergraduates With Hands-On Training in Alcohol Research
In the summer of 2016, seven undergraduate students from across the United States participated in the University of Missouri’s first Alcohol Research Training Summer School (MU-ARTSS), an internship geared toward training students from diverse backgrounds
Summer Research Internship Opportunity for Undergraduate Students with an Interest in Alcohol and Addiction Research
Undergraduate students interested in alcohol and addiction research are invited to apply to the University of Missouri’s Alcohol Research Training Summer School & Internship (MU-ARTSS). This program, funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring memory recall as an emotion regulation strategy for depression, the impact of alcohol on couples’ interactions, and cognitive profiling of autism spectrum disorder and ADHD.