State anxiety and alcohol choice: Evidence from experimental and online observational studies

This study investigated the relationships between state anxiety and alcohol-related outcomes (primarily alcohol choice), and explored whether drinking to cope motives moderate these relationships. Two experiments using the 7.5% CO2 challenge to experimentally induce anxiety (Studies 1 and 2), and an observational study (Study 3) (Ns = 42, 60, 219, respectively), were used to triangulate findings.

Creator(s) Maddy Dyer, Alexander Board, Lee Hogarth, Steph Suddell, Jon Heron, Matthew Hickman, Marcus Munafo, Angela Attwood
Publication date 25 Jun 2020
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government Licence for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.3f5vdlaicmwcm24vveqgg8cin6
Complete download (zip) https://data.bris.ac.uk/datasets/3f5vdlaicmwcm24vveqgg8cin6/3f5vdlaicmwcm24vveqgg8cin6.zip
Citation Maddy Dyer, Alexander Board, Lee Hogarth, Steph Suddell, Jon Heron, Matthew Hickman, Marcus Munafo, Angela Attwood (2020): State anxiety and alcohol choice: Evidence from experimental and online observational studies. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.3f5vdlaicmwcm24vveqgg8cin6
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