Positive and negative daily events, perceived stress, and alcohol use: a diary study.

@article{Carney2000PositiveAN,
  title={Positive and negative daily events, perceived stress, and alcohol use: a diary study.},
  author={Margaret Anne Carney and Stephen Armeli and Howard Tennen and Glenn G Affleck and Tim O'neil},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={68 5},
  pages={
          788-98
        }
}
Using daily diary methodology, the authors examined over 60 days the within-person associations among positive and negative daily experiences, perceptions of stress, desire to drink, and alcohol consumption in a sample of 83 regular drinkers. Multilevel regression analyses indicated that days on which individuals reported more positive and negative nonwork events were also days they reported higher levels of desire to drink and actual consumption. Days on which individuals reported more… CONTINUE READING
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