Expectancy and risk for alcoholism: the unfortunate exploitation of a fundamental characteristic of neurobehavioral adaptation.

@article{Goldman2002ExpectancyAR,
  title={Expectancy and risk for alcoholism: the unfortunate exploitation of a fundamental characteristic of neurobehavioral adaptation.},
  author={Mark S. Goldman},
  journal={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research},
  year={2002},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={737-46}
}
  • Mark S. Goldman
  • Published 2002 in Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
Psychological investigations of alcohol expectancies over the last 20 years, using primarily verbal techniques, have strongly supported expectancies as an important mediator of biological and environmental antecedent variables that influence risk for alcohol use and abuse. At the same time, rapid developments in neuroscience, cognitive science, affective science, computer science, and genetics proved to be compatible with the concept of expectancy and, in some cases, used this concept directly… CONTINUE READING

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