Social anxiety and heavy situational drinking: coping and conformity motives as multiple mediators.

@article{Terlecki2015SocialAA,
  title={Social anxiety and heavy situational drinking: coping and conformity motives as multiple mediators.},
  author={Meredith Ashley Terlecki and Julia D Buckner},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  year={2015},
  volume={40},
  pages={
          77-83
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Individuals with clinically elevated social anxiety are at greater risk for alcohol use disorder, and the relation between social anxiety and drinking problems is at least partially accounted for by drinking more in negative emotional (e.g., feeling sad or angry) and personal/intimate (e.g., before sexual intercourse) situations. Identification of cognitive/motivational factors related to drinking in these high-risk situations could inform the development of treatment and… CONTINUE READING
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