To drink or not to drink: the role of automatic and controlled cognitive processes in the etiology of alcohol-related problems

R.W.H.J. Wiers, K.M.P.I. Houben, F.T.Y. Smulders, P. Conrod, B. Jones

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of implicit cognition and addiction
EditorsR.W.H.J. Wiers, A.W. Stacy
Place of PublicationThousand Oaks, CA [etc.]
PublisherSAGE
Pages339-361
ISBN (Print)1412909740
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2006

Publication series

SeriesCognitive psychology program

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Wiers, R. W. H. J., Houben, K. M. P. I., Smulders, F. T. Y., Conrod, P., & Jones, B. (2006). To drink or not to drink: the role of automatic and controlled cognitive processes in the etiology of alcohol-related problems. In R. W. H. J. Wiers, & A. W. Stacy (Eds.), Handbook of implicit cognition and addiction (pp. 339-361). SAGE. Cognitive psychology program