Texas Research Society on Alcoholism 2014, San Antonio, TX
The NRLC participated in a series of symposia and poster presentations at the joint meeting of the Texas Research Society on Alcoholism, the Texas American Society of Addiction Medicine, and the Region 8 American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry.
A the following is a list of our presentations and pictures from the event.
- Dr. Dougherty presented on Research at the Neurobehavioral Laboratory and Clinic
- Dr. Acheson presented on Behavioral and neurobiological assessments of youth and adults at enhanced risk for alcohol and other drug use disorders
- Dr. Hill-Kapturczak presented on Phosphatidylethanol (Peth) and other ethanol consumption markers
- Dr. Mathias presented on Developing a multi-component motivational intervention to reduce drunk driving recidivism
- Dr. Ryan presented on Developing a contingency management and behavioral skills-based intervention for adolescents with substance use disorders
- Sharon Cates presented on Effectiveness of contingency management treatment of binge drinking utilizing secure continuous remote alcohol monitors (SCRAM)
- Dr. Charles presented on Greater exposure to stressors during preadolescence predicts early adolescent substance use
- Allison Ford presented on Preadolescents with a family history of substance use disorders demonstrate increased consequence sensitivity impulsivity
- Dr. Karns presented on Reducing excessive alcohol intake using transdermal alcohol monitoring in conjunction with contingency management
- Dr. Lake presented on Effect of consumption rate in estimating breath alcohol and standard units consumed using transdermal alcohol monitoring
- Susan McCorstin presented on Changes in self-reported impulsivity and sensation seeking from age 10 to 15 in youth with and without family histories of substance use disorders
- Dr. Mullen presented on Characteristics and treatment needs of adults with alcohol-related driving offences
- James Newhouse presented on Multimodal assessment of the development of impulsivity in adolescents with and without family histories of substance use disorders
- David Hernandez presented on At-risk preadolescents who initiate early adolescent substance use have increased attentional impulsivity but no differences in sensation-seeking
- Cameron Hunt presented on Discrepancies between self-report and interview-generated scores on the alcohol use questionnaires among binge and non-binge drinkers
- Rachel Hubbard presented on The effects of sex and ethnicity on time to reach peak transdermal alcohol concentration and breath alcohol concentration
Photo's from the event courtesy of David Hernandez
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