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Corrigendum to "The psychometric properties of the Chinese version internet gaming disorder scale" [Addictive Behaviors 106 (2020) 106392].

Wei Lei, Kezhi Liu, Zhen Zeng, Xuemei Liang, Chaohua Huang, Ke Gong, Wenying He, Bo Xiang, Jin Zhang, Xiaojiao Zheng, Jing Chen,

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Longitudinal examination of coping-motivated marijuana use and problematic outcomes among emerging adults.

Ethan Moitra, Bradley J Anderson, Debra S Herman, Michael D Stein,

OBJECTIVE:Cross-sectional research shows that coping-motivated marijuana use is associated with marijuana use and problems. However, limited research has examined how coping-motivated use might longitudinally relate to these outcomes. We examined the temporal relationship of coping-motivated marijuana use with severity of use and marijuana-related problems. METHOD:Participants were 226 emerging adults, aged ... Read more >>

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Corrigendum to "The association of cognitive distortions and the type of gambling in problematic and disordered gambling" [Addictive Behaviors 108 (2020) 106445].

S Orlowski, E Tietjen, A Bischof, D Brandt, L Schulte, G Bischof, B Besser, A Trachte, H-J Rumpf,

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Above the influence of vaping: Peer leader influence and diffusion of a network-informed preventive intervention.

Peter A Wyman, Kelly Rulison, Anthony R Pisani, Eusebio M Alvaro, William D Crano, Karen Schmeelk-Cone, Chelsea Keller Elliot, Joshua Wortzel, Trevor A Pickering, Dorothy L Espelage,

Using social networks to inform prevention efforts is promising but has not been applied to vaping. To address this gap, we pilot tested the peer-led Above the Influence of Vaping (ATI-V) and examined diffusion through 8th grade networks in three schools. Fifty students, nominated and trained as Peer Leaders, implemented ... Read more >>

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Physical activity: A promising adjunctive treatment for severe alcohol use disorder.

Nicolas Cabé, Alice Lanièpce, Anne Lise Pitel,

Substance use disorder develops from complex interactions between socio-environmental and neurobiological factors. A neurocognitive model of addiction, the triadic model, proposes that Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is the result of an imbalance between the reflective and the impulsive subcomponents along with a disruption of the regulatory subcomponent. Physical activity is ... Read more >>

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Avatar identification and problematic gaming: The mediating role of self-concept clarity

Raquel Green, Paul H. Delfabbro, Daniel L. King,

Highlights • Survey of 993 gamers to study avatar identification, self-concept clarity, and problem gaming.• Avatar identification scores did not differ greatly according to avatar features or game type.• Wishful identification was the only significant avatar identification predictor of problem gaming.• Avatar identification was related to higher problem gaming scores ... Read more >>

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Correlates of death among SARS-CoV-2 positive veterans: The contribution of lifetime tobacco use

Amanda M. Raines, Jamie L. Tock, Shelby J. McGrew, Chelsea R. Ennis, Jessa Derania, Christina L. Jardak, Jennifer H. Lim, Joseph W. Boffa, Claire Houtsma, Kenneth R. Jones, Caitlin Martin-Klinger, Kyle Widmer, Ralph Schapira, Michael J. Zvolensky, Michael Hoerger, Joseph I. Constans, C. Laurel Franklin,

Highlights • Examined factors that contribute to likelihood of death among veterans with COVID-19.• Retrospective chart reviews were conducted on 440 SARS-CoV-2 positive veterans.• Older age and male gender increased risk of death.• Further, immunodeficiency, endocrine, and pulmonary diseases increased risk of death.• Notably, lifetime tobacco use predicted veteran mortality ... Read more >>

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Is alexithymia related to retention and relapses in patients with substance use disorders?: A one year follow-up study.

Raul Felipe Palma-Álvarez, Elena Ros-Cucurull, Constanza Daigre, Marta Perea-Ortueta, Nieves Martínez-Luna, Pedro Serrano-Pérez, Marta Sorribes-Puertas, Josep Antoni Ramos-Quiroga, Lara Grau-López, Carlos Roncero,

Alexithymia is related to a higher severity of substance use disorders (SUD); however, few longitudinal studies have been performed on how alexithymia impacts treatment outcomes. This study aims to evaluate alexithymia as a factor that could influence retention and the time of the first relapse in a one-year follow-up in ... Read more >>

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Experimental tasks of behavioral risk taking in alcohol administration studies: A systematic review.

Daniel A Harmon, Amie L Haas, Alex Peterkin,

Research on emerging adults shows this population exhibits the highest rates of alcohol use and engages in the riskiest of behaviors (Boyer, 2006; Fromme, Corbin, & Kruse, 2008). Among experimental paradigms, prior reviews have established an increase in behavioral risk taking while under the influence of alcohol (Moskowitz & Robinson, ... Read more >>

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Cigarette smoking and E-cigarette use among young adults in the United States: Findings from the 2016-18 behavioral risk factor surveillance system.

Thierry Gagné, Joseph G L Lee, Jennifer O'Loughlin,

Because there are few proven smoking cessation approaches for young adults, it is critical to consider the potential of e-cigarettes as an option. Evidence from 2012 to 2013 in the United States (U.S.) suggested that current e-cigarette use was associated with a higher probability of daily smoking and a lower ... Read more >>

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E-cigarette use susceptibility among youth in Mexico: The roles of remote acculturation, parenting behaviors, and internet use frequency.

Elma I Lorenzo-Blanco, Jennifer B Unger, James F Thrasher,

INTRODUCTION:Adolescent electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use is increasing worldwide, raising concerns about its impact on youth development. Remote acculturation may influence the e-cigarette use cognitions of youth in Mexico by influencing their media use, thereby contributing to their e-cigarette use susceptibility. This study examined whether remote acculturation was associated with youth ... Read more >>

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Associations between alcohol consumption and smoking variables among Latinx daily smokers.

Maggie Britton, Jaye L Derrick, Justin M Shepherd, Sana Haddad, Lorra Garey, Andres G Viana, Michael J Zvolensky,

INTRODUCTION:Accumulating evidence demonstrates a strong link between alcohol consumption and smoking status among Latinx individuals. However, there is a need to evaluate the cognitive processes and experiences related to quitting smoking among Latinx smokers. The purpose of the current paper was to examine the association between alcohol consumption and smoking ... Read more >>

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Behavioral modification decreases approach bias in young adults with internet gaming disorder.

Jinbo He, Ting Pan, Yufeng Nie, Yang Zheng, Suqing Chen,

BACKGROUND:One of the key symptoms of Internet gaming disorder is the impulsive pursuit of Internet games, which causes individuals with this disorder to have a tendency to approach gaming cues. Dual processing theory states that this approach bias is caused by the suppression of reflective processing and the hyperactivity of ... Read more >>

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Additive effectiveness and feasibility of a theory-driven instant assessment and feedback system in brief cannabis intervention: A randomised controlled trial.

Zoë E Papinczak, Jason P Connor, Gerald F X Feeney, Matthew J Gullo,

Assessment and personalised feedback are important components of brief interventions (BIs) for cannabis use. A key outcome is to increase motivation to change during this short interaction. The diversity of available assessments and time burden scoring them pose a challenge for routine use in clinical practice. An instant assessment and ... Read more >>

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Is vaping cessation like smoking cessation? A qualitative study exploring the responses of youth and young adults who vape e-cigarettes.

Sherald Sanchez, Pamela Kaufman, Hayley Pelletier, Bruce Baskerville, Patrick Feng, Shawn O'Connor, Robert Schwartz, Michael Chaiton,

INTRODUCTION:Young people are now seeking help to quit vaping. However, little is known about vaping cessation. To bridge the gap between the current state of research and the urgent need for interventions, practitioners have drawn upon smoking cessation models under the assumption that vaping and smoking are fairly similar. In ... Read more >>

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Network analysis reveals the associations of past quit experiences on current smoking behavior and motivation to quit.

Christina D Dutcher, Santiago Papini, Catherine S Gebhardt, Jasper A J Smits,

INTRODUCTION:Smoking is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States. While most smokers endorse a desire to quit, achieving abstinence is notoriously difficult. Network analysis is a method for understanding the complex relationships of factors that maintain smoking behavior and impact motivation to quit. METHODS:This study examined ... Read more >>

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Intersection of familial risk and environmental social control on high-risk drinking and alcohol dependence in a US national sample of adults.

Katherine J Karriker-Jaffe, Karen G Chartier, Cristina B Bares, Kenneth S Kendler, Thomas K Greenfield,

BACKGROUND:Effects of a family history of alcoholism may be moderated by area-level social control factors. We examine whether increased neighborhood alcohol availability (low social control environment) or increased presence of religious adherents in the county (high social control environment) interact with family history in relation to alcohol outcomes. METHODS:Weighted data ... Read more >>

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Alcohol- and drug-related consequences across latent classes of substance use among American Indian adolescents.

Melissa R Schick, Silvi C Goldstein, Tessa Nalven, Nichea S Spillane,

INTRODUCTION:Substance use among American Indian (AI) adolescents is a significant public health concern, as they report greater health disparities related to substance use compared to other racial/ethnic groups. The present study examines differences across classes of substance use behaviors regarding alcohol- and drug-related consequences. METHODS:The current study was a secondary ... Read more >>

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Mobile phone-based messaging for tobacco cessation in low and middle-income countries: A systematic review.

Nandita Krishnan, Jiayan Gu, Lorien C Abroms,

INTRODUCTION:Mobile phone-based tobacco cessation (mCessation) interventions are effective in high-income countries but their effectiveness in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) is unclear. We aimed to assess the evidence-base for mCessation interventions in LMICs by synthesizing study characteristics and to describe intervention characteristics and content. METHODS:Studies were included in this review ... Read more >>

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Gender and gambling disorder: Differences in compulsivity-related neurocognitive domains.

Núria Mallorquí-Bagué, Gemma Mestre-Bach, María Lozano-Madrid, Roser Granero, Cristina Vintró-Alcaraz, Fernando Fernández-Aranda, Mónica Gómez-Peña, Laura Moragas, Amparo Del Pino-Gutierrez, José M Menchón, Susana Jiménez-Murcia,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:It has been suggested that compulsivity has an essential role in gambling disorder (GD), yet there is a lack of literature exploring the link between GD, compulsivity and gender. Our main aim was to explore gender differences between two of the neurocognitive domains of compulsivity (attentional set-shifting and ... Read more >>

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The association of prefrontal cortex response during a natural reward cue-reactivity paradigm, anhedonia, and demoralization in persons maintained on methadone.

Andrew S Huhn, Robert K Brooner, Mary M Sweeney, Denis Antoine, Alexis S Hammond, Hasan Ayaz, Kelly E Dunn,

Persons with opioid use disorder (OUD) often experience anhedonia and demoralization, yet there is relatively little research on the pathophysiology of anhedonia and demoralization in OUD treatment and recovery. In the current study, persons maintained on methadone (N = 29) underwent a natural reward-cue paradigm during functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) imaging. Natural ... Read more >>

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Adolescent drug use initiation and transition into other drugs: A retrospective longitudinal examination across race/ethnicity.

Saijun Zhang, Shiyou Wu, Qi Wu, Daniel W Durkin, Flavio F Marsiglia,

BACKGROUND:Understanding adolescent drug use mechanisms is critical for drug use prevention. Although some theories such as the gateway theory suggest that drug users gradually transition into using more addictive drugs, there is no consensus about such a hypothesis. One important factor that hinders the advancement of knowledge in this area ... Read more >>

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The potential role of cocaine and heroin co-use in the opioid epidemic in the United States.

Renee D Goodwin, Scott J Moeller, Jiaqi Zhu, Jeremy Yarden, Sarah Ganzhorn, Jill M Williams,

INTRODUCTION:Opioid/heroin use is an epidemic in the United States (US). Polysubstance use dramatically increases risk of adverse overdose outcomes, versus use of a single substance. Co-use of heroin and cocaine, known as "speedballing," is associated with higher risk of overdose than use of either alone. It is not known whether ... Read more >>

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Cannabis users demonstrate enhanced neural reactivity to reward: An event-related potential and time-frequency EEG study.

Natania A Crane, Carter J Funkhouser, Katie L Burkhouse, Heide Klumpp, K Luan Phan, Stewart A Shankman,

INTRODUCTION:Disruptions in neural measures of reward responsiveness are implicated in risk for and the development of Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) in general, but it is not clear if this is also true for Cannabis Use Disorder (CUD). To date, no studies have examined neural reward responsiveness in cannabis users using ... Read more >>

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Brief mindfulness training for smoking cessation in Chinese women in workplaces: A pilot randomized controlled trial.

Xue Weng, Tzu Tsun Luk, Oi Sze Lau, Yi Nam Suen, Jung Jae Lee, William Ho-Cheung Li, Jojo Yan Yan Kwok, Tai Hing Lam, Man Ping Wang,

INTRODUCTION:Mindfulness training (MT) has shown preliminary efficacy as a behavioral treatment for smoking cessation. We examined the effect of a brief-MT intervention on smoking cessation for Chinese women in workplaces in Hong Kong, China. METHODS:In this pilot randomized controlled trial, 213 daily smokers were recruited from workplaces and computer-randomized into ... Read more >>

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