A daily process examination of the stress-response dampening effects of alcohol consumption.

@article{Armeli2003ADP,
  title={A daily process examination of the stress-response dampening effects of alcohol consumption.},
  author={Stephen Armeli and Howard Tennen and Michael Todd and Margaret Anne Carney and Cynthia Mohr and Glenn G Affleck and Amber Hromi},
  journal={Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors},
  year={2003},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={266-76}
}
The authors used a daily process design to assess alcohol's stress-response dampening (SRD) effects. Moderate to heavy social drinkers (N=100) reported on palmtop computers their alcohol consumption and social context in vivo for 30 days. Participants also reported on their mood states in the late morning and early evening and completed a paper-and-pencil daily diary in which they recorded their negative events. The association between negative events and mood was weaker on days when… CONTINUE READING

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