Stress-related Alcohol Thoughts and Emotions (Project STATE)
This study looks at stressful events and alcohol use. It has two parts.
Participants answer questions about their life experiences and alcohol use. This is done in-person at UB or online through a video meeting.
After, participants fill out four short surveys each day for 14 days. This is done on a smartphone or mobile device. Participants fill out the surveys as they go about their typical daily lives.
The proposed research will identify affectively-linked cognitions that lead to problem drinking in-the-moment as drinkers experience PTSD symptoms in their real-world settings. This research will define (Study 1) and operationalize (Study 2) acute cognitive processes underlying PTSD-related drinking and examine variability in such cognitions amid PTSD symptoms in real-world settings (Study 3).
Compensation may include cash, checks, gift cards, debit cards, or incentives like gift baskets, technology items, or merchandise.
Experienced stressful life experiences
Aged 18 - 65 years old
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