State anxiety and alcohol choice: Evidence from experimental and online observational studies



This study investigated the relationships between state anxiety and alcohol-related outcomes (primarily alcohol choice), and explored whether drinking to cope motives moderate these relationships. Two experiments using the 7.5% CO2 challenge to experimentally induce anxiety (Studies 1 and 2), and an observational study (Study 3) (Ns = 42, 60, 219, respectively), were used to triangulate findings.
Date made available23 Jun 2020
PublisherUniversity of Bristol

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