Substance Use Restraint: An Extension of the Construct to a Clinical Population

Abstract

Restraint is a construct of potential use forunderstanding addictive behaviors. In terms of alcoholand other drug use, restrained individuals arecognitively and behaviorally preoccupied withcontrolling their substance use. Previous work in thecontext of alcohol consumption suggests that whenregulation fails, alcohol and other drug users are morelikely to… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1018716019829

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