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Variation in referral and access to new psychological therapy services by age: an empirical quantitative study.
BACKGROUND Older people with common mental health problems (CMHPs) are known to have reduced rates of referral to psychological therapy. AIM To assess referral rates to the Improving Access toExpand
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Generalised inhibitory impairment to appetitive cues: From alcoholic to non-alcoholic visual stimuli.
BACKGROUND Prior research demonstrates that individuals who consume alcohol show diminished inhibitory control towards alcohol-related cues. However, such research contrasts predominantly alcoholicExpand
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Executive function underlies both perspective selection and calculation in Level-1 visual perspective taking
Previous research has suggested that the calculation of another’s perspective is cognitively efficient, whereas perspective selection (selection of a particular perspective, self or other) isExpand
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Alcohol-related attentional bias in a gaze contingency task: Comparing appetitive and non-appetitive cues.
BACKGROUND Non-problem drinkers attend automatically to alcohol-related cues compared to non-alcohol related cues on tests of inhibitory control. Moreover, attentional bias for alcohol-related cuesExpand
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The influence of groups and alcohol consumption on individual risk-taking.
BACKGROUND Research addressing the influence of alcohol and groups on risky behaviour has yielded contradictory findings regarding the extent to which intoxicated groups exaggerate or minimiseExpand
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Beer? Over here! Examining attentional bias towards alcoholic and appetitive stimuli in a visual search eye-tracking task
RationaleExperimental tasks that demonstrate alcohol-related attentional bias typically expose participants to single-stimulus targets (e.g. addiction Stroop, visual probe, anti-saccade task), whichExpand
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The Decoy Effect Within Alcohol Purchasing Decisions
ABSTRACT Background: The decoy effect is the phenomenon where the introduction of a third choice to a decision dyad changes the distribution of preferences between options. Objectives: ExamineExpand
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Continuous Theta Burst Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation of the Right Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex Impairs Inhibitory Control and Increases Alcohol Consumption
Previous research indicates that alcohol intoxication impairs inhibitory control and that the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (rDLPFC) is a functional brain region important for exercisingExpand
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Perfect for a Gin and Tonic: How Context Drives Consumption Within a Modified Bogus Taste Test
Aim To implement a modified bogus taste test (BTT) and to examine the interactive effects of environmental and social contexts on levels of 'alcohol' consumption. Method University students (StudyExpand
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The effects of stereotype threat and contextual cues on alcohol users' inhibitory control.
AIM Previous research indicates that users of illicit substances exhibit diminished cognitive function under stereotype threat. Advancing this research, the current study aimed to examine the effectsExpand
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