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Delayed reward discounting and addictive behavior: a meta-analysis
RationaleDelayed reward discounting (DRD) is a behavioral economic index of impulsivity and numerous studies have examined DRD in relation to addictive behavior. To synthesize the findings across theExpand
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Relative reinforcing efficacy of alcohol among college student drinkers.
The construct of relative reinforcing efficacy (RRE) is central to many laboratory and theoretical models of drug abuse, but it has not been widely measured in applied clinical research contexts. TheExpand
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Examination of the Section III DSM-5 diagnostic system for personality disorders in an outpatient clinical sample.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed.; DSM-5; American Psychiatric Association, 2013), includes a novel approach to the diagnosis of personality disorders (PDs) inExpand
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Further validation of a cigarette purchase task for assessing the relative reinforcing efficacy of nicotine in college smokers.
The authors sought to further validate a cigarette purchase task (CPT), a self-report analogue of a progressive-ratio operant schedule, for the assessment of the relative reinforcing efficacy (RRE)Expand
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Further Psychometric Validation of the Mindful Attention Awareness Scale (MAAS)
Mindfulness is an increasingly prominent construct in health research but its study has been impeded by a lack of well-validated measures. The Mindful Attention and Awareness Scale (MAAS; Brown andExpand
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Alcohol demand, delayed reward discounting, and craving in relation to drinking and alcohol use disorders.
A behavioral economic approach to alcohol use disorders (AUDs) emphasizes both individual and environmental determinants of alcohol use. The current study examined individual differences in alcoholExpand
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Reliability and validity of a demand curve measure of alcohol reinforcement.
Recent clinical research suggests that several self-report behavioral economic measures of relative reinforcing efficacy (RRE) may show utility as indices of substance abuse problem severity. TheExpand
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Examining impulsivity as an endophenotype using a behavioral approach: a DRD2 TaqI A and DRD4 48-bp VNTR association study
BackgroundResearch on the genetic basis for impulsivity has revealed an array of ambiguous findings. This may be a result of limitations to self-report assessments of impulsivity. Behavioral measuresExpand
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Interrelationships among impulsive personality traits, food addiction, and Body Mass Index
OBJECTIVE Impulsive personality traits have been robustly associated with alcohol and drug misuse, but have received little attention in the context of food addiction. The goal of the current studyExpand
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A behavioral economic measure of demand for alcohol predicts brief intervention outcomes.
Considerable basic and clinical research supports a behavioral economic conceptualization of alcohol and drug dependence. One behavioral economic approach to assess motivation for a drug is the useExpand
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