Lyuba Bobova, Ph.D.

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Psychology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Neurobiology of Alcohol Abuse
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Peter R Finn grad student 2010 Indiana University
 (Attention biases for alcohol and drug cues in young adults with polysubstance abuse.)
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Kendall AD, Zinbarg RE, Mineka S, et al. (2015) Prospective Associations of Low Positive Emotionality With First Onsets of Depressive and Anxiety Disorders: Results From a 10-Wave Latent Trait-State Modeling Study. Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Kendall AD, Zinbarg RE, Bobova L, et al. (2015) Measuring Positive Emotion With the Mood and Anxiety Symptom Questionnaire: Psychometric Properties of the Anhedonic Depression Scale. Assessment
Wolitzky-Taylor K, Dour H, Zinbarg R, et al. (2014) Experiencing core symptoms of anxiety and unipolar mood disorders in late adolescence predicts disorder onset in early adulthood. Depression and Anxiety. 31: 207-13
Wolitzky-Taylor K, Bobova L, Zinbarg RE, et al. (2012) Longitudinal investigation of the impact of anxiety and mood disorders in adolescence on subsequent substance use disorder onset and vice versa. Addictive Behaviors. 37: 982-5
Finn PR, Rickert ME, Miller MA, et al. (2009) Reduced cognitive ability in alcohol dependence: examining the role of covarying externalizing psychopathology. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 118: 100-16
Bobova L, Finn PR, Rickert ME, et al. (2009) Disinhibitory psychopathology and delay discounting in alcohol dependence: personality and cognitive correlates. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 17: 51-61
Finn PR, Bobova L, Wehner E, et al. (2005) Alcohol expectancies, conduct disorder and early-onset alcoholism: negative alcohol expectancies are associated with less drinking in non-impulsive versus impulsive subjects. Addiction (Abingdon, England). 100: 953-62
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