Alcohol Consumption, Drinking Context, and Subjective Responses to Alcohol in Binge-Drinking Episodes: An Ecological Momentary Assessment Investigation

Andrew Fischer
Binge drinking is common among young adults, putting them at increased risk for severe alcohol related health outcomes and mortality. Past research links subjective responses to alcohol (i.e., how individuals experience its rewarding or impairing effects) to risk for future negative alcohol related health outcomes. Further work demonstrates that context (e.g. drinking in the presence of others or in certain locations such as bars and restaurants) may increase the rewarding effects of alcohol and drive...
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