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Kray Scully, a third year doctoral student, successfully defended his master's thesis. He found that liquid courage and sexual enhancement alcohol expectancies predicted increased alcohol related negative consequences while using serious harm reduction protective behavioral strategies predicted decreased negative consequences. Congratulations Kray!
Hallie Jordan, a second year doctoral student, and Mallorie Carrol, a third year doctoral student in the BAR Lab, had their poster accepted fore the Southeastern Psychological Association Conference. For their project The positive drinking consequences questionnaire: A four-factor model the used exploratory factor analysis, confirmatory factor analysis and invariance testing to further evaluate the Positive Drinking Consequences Questionnaire.
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