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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Schaumberg K, Anderson LM, Reilly EE, et al. (2015) Considering alternative calculations of weight suppression. Eating Behaviors. 20: 57-63
Reilly EE, Dmochowski S, Schaumberg K, et al. (2015) Gender-moderated links between urgency, binge drinking, and excessive exercise. Journal of American College Health : J of Ach. 0
Sheppard SC, Hickling EJ, Earleywine M, et al. (2015) Preliminary data suggest rates of male military sexual trauma may be higher than previously reported. Psychological Services. 12: 344-7
Schaumberg K, Anderson DA, Kirschenbaum DS, et al. (2015) Participation as a leader in immersion weight loss treatment may benefit, not harm, young adult staff members. Clinical Obesity. 5: 226-35
Loflin M, Earleywine M. (2015) No smoke, no fire: What the initial literature suggests regarding vapourized cannabis and respiratory risk. Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy : Cjrt = Revue Canadienne De La théRapie Respiratoire : Rctr. 51: 7-9
Loflin M, Earleywine M. (2015) The case for medical marijuana: an issue of relief. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 149: 293-7
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
Starosta AJ, Berghoff CR, Earleywine M. (2015) Factor structure and gender stability in the multidimensional condom attitudes scale. Assessment. 22: 374-84
Reiman A, Earleywine M, Corva D. (2014) Rethinking dose-response effects of cannabis use in adolescence. The Lancet. Psychiatry. 1: 416-7
Starosta AJ, Earleywine M. (2014) Assessing base rates of sexual behavior using the unmatched count technique. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. 2: 198-210
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