Relationships Among Laboratory and Psychometric Measures of Impulsivity: Implications in Substance Abuse and Dependence

  title={Relationships Among Laboratory and Psychometric Measures of Impulsivity: Implications in Substance Abuse and Dependence},
  author={S. Lane and D. Cherek and H. Rhoades and C. Pietras and O. Tcheremissine},
  journal={Addictive Disorders & Their Treatment},
  • S. Lane, D. Cherek, +2 authors O. Tcheremissine
  • Published 2003
  • Psychology
  • Addictive Disorders & Their Treatment
  • Objectives Problems with impulsive behavior are a key feature in substance use disorders. Many studies have examined this relationship, but methods used to measure impulsivity have varied greatly. The present study used a multimethod approach to determine relationships using both laboratory and psychometric measures of impulsivity commonly employed in the behavioral and health sciences. Methods Thirty-two adult male subjects participated for 5 days, completing psychometric instruments on day 1… CONTINUE READING
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