Risk for Substance Abuse: Memory as a Common Etiological Pathway
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Memory processes may be part of the causal chain by which known antecedents of alcohol and drug abuse influence drinking. Recent findings on alcohol expectancies are consistent with a memory model and help articulate how consumption may be influenced by memory representations of biological and environmental characteristics. This line of research suggests novel prevention and intervention strategies.
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Psychological Science, v. 10, issue 3, p. 196-199
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Goldman, Mark S., "Risk for Substance Abuse: Memory as a Common Etiological Pathway" (1999). Psychology Faculty Publications. 1615.