Data from: Differing patterns of stress and craving across the day in moderate-heavy alcohol consumers during their typical drinking routine and an imposed period of alcohol abstinence

Rhiannon E. Mayhugh, W. Jack Rejeski, Meredith R. Petrie, Paul J. Laurienti & Lise Gauvin
Background: Stress is a known factor related to alcohol use. However, how the relationship between alcohol craving and stress varies across the day is not fully understood. As craving is a consistent predictor of alcohol use disorder (AUD), understanding stress and craving patterns across the day in routine, non-dependent, moderate-heavy alcohol consumers may help in understanding those who may be vulnerable to transitioning into AUD. Method: Moderate-heavy drinkers were recruited from the local community (n=32)...
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