Jennifer E. Merrill, Ph.D.
Jennifer E. Merrill, Ph.D.
Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies, Brown University
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Motivational pathways to unique types of alcohol consequences.
JE Merrill, JP Read
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 24 (4), 705, 2010
Predicting functional outcomes among college drinkers: reliability and predictive validity of the Young Adult Alcohol Consequences Questionnaire
JP Read, JE Merrill, CW Kahler, DR Strong
Addictive behaviors 32 (11), 2597-2610, 2007
Beyond the "binge" threshold: Heavy drinking patterns and their association with alcohol involvement indices in college students
JP Read, M Beattie, R Chamberlain, JE Merrill
Addictive behaviors 33 (2), 225-234, 2008
Trauma and posttraumatic stress symptoms predict alcohol and other drug consequence trajectories in the first year of college.
JP Read, CR Colder, JE Merrill, P Ouimette, J White, A Swartout
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 80 (3), 426, 2012
Drinking over the lifespan: Focus on college ages
JE Merrill, KB Carey
Alcohol research: current reviews 38 (1), 103, 2016
Before the party starts: Risk factors and reasons for “pregaming” in college students
JP Read, JE Merrill, K Bytschkow
Journal of American College Health 58 (5), 461-472, 2010
Dimensions and severity of marijuana consequences: Development and validation of the Marijuana Consequences Questionnaire (MACQ)
JS Simons, RD Dvorak, JE Merrill, JP Read
Addictive Behaviors 37 (5), 613-621, 2012
Using ecological momentary assessment (EMA) to assess situation-level predictors of alcohol use and alcohol-related consequences
TB Wray, JE Merrill, PM Monti
Alcohol research: current reviews 36 (1), 19, 2014
The way one thinks affects the way one drinks: Subjective evaluations of alcohol consequences predict subsequent change in drinking behavior.
JE Merrill, JP Read, NP Barnett
Psychology of addictive behaviors 27 (1), 42, 2013
Positive alcohol expectancies mediate the influence of the behavioral activation system on alcohol use: A prospective path analysis
JD Wardell, JP Read, CR Colder, JE Merrill
Addictive behaviors 37 (4), 435-443, 2012
Willingness to drink as a function of peer offers and peer norms
KM Jackson, M Roberts, SM Colby, NP Barnett, CC Abar, JE Merrill
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 75, 404-14, 2014
Interactions between adaptive coping and drinking to cope in predicting naturalistic drinking and drinking following a lab-based psychosocial stressor
JE Merrill, SE Thomas
Addictive behaviors 38 (3), 1672-1678, 2013
Development and initial validation of a measure of motives for pregaming in college students
RL Bachrach, JE Merrill, KM Bytschkow, JP Read
Addictive behaviors 37 (9), 1038-1045, 2012
Mood and implicit alcohol expectancy processes: Predicting alcohol consumption in the laboratory
JD Wardell, JP Read, JJ Curtin, JE Merrill
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 36 (1), 119-129, 2012
Is the pre-game to blame? Event-level associations between pre-gaming and alcohol-related consequences
JE Merrill, LN Vermont, RL Bachrach, JP Read
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 74, 757-64, 2013
Social network influences on initiation and maintenance of reduced drinking among college students.
AE Reid, KB Carey, JE Merrill, MP Carey
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 83 (1), 36, 2015
Gender and depression moderate response to brief motivational intervention for alcohol misuse among college students.
JE Merrill, AE Reid, MP Carey, KB Carey
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 82 (6), 984, 2014
Post-traumatic stress and alcohol problems: Self-medication or trait vulnerability?
JP Read, JE Merrill, MJ Griffin, RL Bachrach, SN Khan
The American Journal on Addictions 23, 108-116, 2014
Risk Factors for Driving After and During Marijuana Use
ER Aston, JE Merrill, DM McCarthy, J Metrik
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 77 (2), 309-316, 2016
Do students mandated to intervention for campus alcohol-related violations drink more than non-mandated students?
JE Merrill, KB Carey, SA Lust, SC Kalichman, MP Carey
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 28, 1265-1270, 2014
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