Clayton Neighbors
Clayton Neighbors
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Targeting misperceptions of descriptive drinking norms: efficacy of a computer-delivered personalized normative feedback intervention.
C Neighbors, ME Larimer, MA Lewis
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 72 (3), 434, 2004
7912004
Are social norms the best predictor of outcomes among heavy-drinking college students?
C Neighbors, CM Lee, MA Lewis, N Fossos, ME Larimer
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 68 (4), 556-565, 2007
7852007
Interventions to reduce harm associated with adolescent substance use
JW Toumbourou, T Stockwell, C Neighbors, GA Marlatt, J Sturge, J Rehm
The Lancet 369 (9570), 1391-1401, 2007
5792007
Difficulties regulating emotions: Do binge eaters have fewer strategies to modulate and tolerate negative affect?
U Whiteside, E Chen, C Neighbors, D Hunter, T Lo, M Larimer
Eating behaviors 8 (2), 162-169, 2007
5252007
Social norms approaches using descriptive drinking norms education: A review of the research on personalized normative feedback
MA Lewis, C Neighbors
Journal of American college health 54 (4), 213-218, 2006
4702006
Gender-specific misperceptions of college student drinking norms.
MA Lewis, C Neighbors
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 18 (4), 334, 2004
4322004
Feedback interventions for college alcohol misuse: What, why and for whom?
ST Walters, C Neighbors
Addictive behaviors 30 (6), 1168-1182, 2005
4202005
Exploring college student gambling motivation
C Neighbors, TW Lostutter, JM Cronce, ME Larimer
Journal of gambling studies 18 (4), 361-370, 2002
3452002
A tutorial on count regression and zero-altered count models for longitudinal substance use data.
DC Atkins, SA Baldwin, C Zheng, RJ Gallop, C Neighbors
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 27 (1), 166, 2013
3352013
Normative misperceptions and temporal precedence of perceived norms and drinking.
C Neighbors, AJ Dillard, MA Lewis, RL Bergstrom, TA Neil
Journal of studies on alcohol 67 (2), 290-299, 2006
3222006
Personalized mailed feedback for college drinking prevention: a randomized clinical trial.
ME Larimer, CM Lee, JR Kilmer, PM Fabiano, CB Stark, IM Geisner, ...
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 75 (2), 285, 2007
3082007
Appearance-related social comparisons: The role of contingent self-esteem and self-perceptions of attractiveness
H Patrick, C Neighbors, CR Knee
Personality and social psychology bulletin 30 (4), 501-514, 2004
2782004
The relative impact of injunctive norms on college student drinking: the role of reference group.
C Neighbors, RM O'Connor, MA Lewis, N Chawla, CM Lee, N Fossos
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 22 (4), 576, 2008
2732008
Marijuana motives: Young adults' reasons for using marijuana
CM Lee, C Neighbors, BA Woods
Addictive behaviors 32 (7), 1384-1394, 2007
2652007
Normative misperception and the impact of descriptive and injunctive norms on college student gambling.
ME Larimer, C Neighbors
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 17 (3), 235, 2003
2642003
Body image concerns and contingent self-esteem in male and female college students
JR Grossbard, CM Lee, C Neighbors, ME Larimer
Sex roles 60 (3-4), 198-207, 2009
2622009
Optimizing personalized normative feedback: The use of gender-specific referents
MA Lewis, C Neighbors
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 68 (2), 228-237, 2007
2482007
Being controlled by normative influences: self-determination as a moderator of a normative feedback alcohol intervention.
C Neighbors, MA Lewis, RL Bergstrom, ME Larimer
Health psychology 25 (5), 571, 2006
2482006
Group identification as a moderator of the relationship between perceived social norms and alcohol consumption.
C Neighbors, JW LaBrie, JF Hummer, MA Lewis, CM Lee, S Desai, ...
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 24 (3), 522, 2010
2282010
The relationship among alcohol use, related problems, and symptoms of psychological distress: Gender as a moderator in a college sample
IM Geisner, ME Larimer, C Neighbors
Addictive Behaviors 29 (5), 843-848, 2004
2272004
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