Mitchell Earleywine

Psychology State University of New York, Albany, Albany, NY, United States 
Drugs of Abuse, Alcohol, Marijuana, Drug Expectancies
"Mitchell Earleywine"
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Scharmer C, Altman BR, Donahue JM, et al. (2020) Expectancies about the Effects of Cannabis Use on Eating Disorder Symptoms. Substance Use & Misuse. 1-9
Vincent PC, Collins RL, Liu L, et al. (2016) The effects of perceived quality on behavioral economic demand for marijuana: A web-based experiment. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 170: 174-180
Hobkirk AL, Starosta AJ, De Leo JA, et al. (2015) Psychometric validation of the BDI-II among HIV-positive CHARTER study participants. Psychological Assessment. 27: 457-66
Looby A, Kassman KT, Earleywine M. (2014) Do negative stimulant-related attitudes vary for prescription stimulants and cocaine among college students? Addictive Behaviors. 39: 1100-5
Loflin M, Earleywine M, De Leo J, et al. (2014) Subtypes of attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and cannabis use. Substance Use & Misuse. 49: 427-34
Looby A, De Young KP, Earleywine M. (2013) Challenging expectancies to prevent nonmedical prescription stimulant use: a randomized, controlled trial. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 132: 362-8
Van Dam NT, Gros DF, Earleywine M, et al. (2013) Establishing a trait anxiety threshold that signals likelihood of anxiety disorders. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping. 26: 70-86
Van Dam NT, Bedi G, Earleywine M. (2012) Characteristics of clinically anxious versus non-anxious regular, heavy marijuana users. Addictive Behaviors. 37: 1217-23
Van Dam NT, Hobkirk AL, Danoff-Burg S, et al. (2012) Mind your words: positive and negative items create method effects on the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire. Assessment. 19: 198-204
Van Dam NT, Earleywine M, Altarriba J. (2012) Anxiety attenuates awareness of emotional faces during rapid serial visual presentation. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 12: 796-806
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