Alcoholics Anonymous attendance, decreases in impulsivity and drinking and psychosocial outcomes over 16 years: moderated-mediation from a developmental perspective.

@article{Blonigen2011AlcoholicsAA,
  title={Alcoholics Anonymous attendance, decreases in impulsivity and drinking and psychosocial outcomes over 16 years: moderated-mediation from a developmental perspective.},
  author={Daniel M Blonigen and Christine Timko and John W. Finney and Bernice S. Moos and Rudolf H. Moos},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={2011},
  volume={106 12},
  pages={2167-77}
}
AIMS To examine whether decreases in impulsivity account for links between Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) attendance and better drinking and psychosocial outcomes, and whether these mediational 'effects' are conditional on age. DESIGN A naturalistic study in which individuals were assessed at baseline, and 1, 8 and 16 years later. SETTING Participants initiated help-seeking through the alcohol intervention system (detoxification programs, information and referral centers). PARTICIPANTS… CONTINUE READING
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