Jones, B.T., and McMahon, J. (1994) Social drinkers\' negative alcohol expectancy relates to their satisfaction with current consumption: measuring motivation for change with the NAEQ. Alcohol, 29(6), pp. 687-690.
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Negative alcohol expectancy (NAE) reliably discriminates between social drinkers who are satisfied with their current consumption and those who are not (even when the variable, consumption, is controlled). Positive alcohol expectancy does not. A role for NAE as representing motivation for change in social drinkers is suggested.
|Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:||Jones, Professor Barry|
|Authors:||Jones, B.T., and McMahon, J.|
|College/School:||College of Science and Engineering > School of Psychology|
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