In the process of drinking to cope among college students: An examination of specific vs. global coping motives for depression and anxiety symptoms.

Abstract

The present study sought to address an issue in the drinking to cope (DTC) motives literature, namely the inconsistent application of treating DTC motives as a single construct and splitting it into DTC-depression and DTC-anxiety motives. Specifically, we aimed to determine if the effects of anxiety and depression on alcohol-related problems are best… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2017.05.001

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