Individual differences in beliefs concerning emotions conducive to alcohol use.

Abstract

While the majority of alcoholics surveyed believed that drinking could help to compensate for feelings of displeasure, nonalcoholics were more likely to believe that drinking amplifies displeasure.

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@article{Russell1980IndividualDI, title={Individual differences in beliefs concerning emotions conducive to alcohol use.}, author={John A. Russell and C Rachael Bond}, journal={Journal of studies on alcohol}, year={1980}, volume={41 7}, pages={753-9} }