P. Clayton Rivers

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Previous research has found a positive relationship between social anxiety disorder and alcoholism, and that certain alcohol outcome expectancies are related to drinking behaviors. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship among drinking behaviors and alcohol expectancies in treatment-seeking individuals diagnosed with social anxiety(More)
The present study examines the ideologies regarding deviance held by alcoholism workers (AW), mental health service providers (MH), and school personnel (SP) in the United States (U.S.) and New Zealand (N.Z.). The two countries subscribe to different sociopolitical systems. The U.S. can be viewed as an individualistic/capitalistic society; N.Z. can be(More)
The present research examined the relationships among multiple client characteristics, multiple treatments, and multiple outcomes in an alcoholism setting. Results showed that with regard to employment and abstinence outcome measures, inpatient therapy was better than outpatient therapy for clients experiencing low life instability, low problem severity,(More)
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