The Roles of Perceived Stress, Coping Styles, and Perceived Social Support on the Alcohol Consumption Among American College Students.

The Roles of Perceived Stress, Coping Styles, and Perceived Social Support on the Alcohol Consumption Among American College Students.

The intention of this study was to better understand how certain aspects in a college student’s life (i.e., perceived stress, styles of coping, and social support) or how combinations of these variables may contribute to higher levels of alcohol consumption. The present study examined the relationship between perceived stress, functional coping strategies, dysfunctional coping strategies, […]

Treatment of problem gambling: development, status, and future

Treatment of problem gambling: development, status, and future

Perspectives on the etiology, maintenance, conceptualization, and treatment of problem gambling have evolved over time. Once seen as a failure of moral character, problem gambling is now considered to be an addictive disorder with similarities to substance abuse disorders. Empirical research into the treatment of problem gambling is progressing, but is relatively sparse compared to […]