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Professor Antony C. Moss
Professor Antony C. Moss
Professor of Addictive Behaviour Science, Centre for Addictive Behaviours Research, LSBU
Verified email at lsbu.ac.uk - Homepage
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A dual-process model of the alcohol–behavior link for social drinking.
AC Moss, IP Albery
Psychological Bulletin 135 (4), 516, 2009
1382009
Personality, motives and metacognitions as predictors of problematic Facebook use in university students
C Marino, A Vieno, AC Moss, G Caselli, AV Nikčević, MM Spada
Personality and Individual Differences 101, 70-77, 2016
862016
The effects of responsible drinking messages on attentional allocation and drinking behaviour
AC Moss, IP Albery, KR Dyer, D Frings, K Humphreys, T Inkelaar, ...
Addictive behaviors 44, 94-101, 2015
43*2015
Impact of alcohol‐promoting and alcohol‐warning advertisements on alcohol consumption, affect, and implicit cognition in heavy‐drinking young adults: A laboratory‐based …
K Stautz, D Frings, IP Albery, AC Moss, T Marteau
British Journal of Health Psychology, 2016
412016
To suppress, or not to suppress? That is repression: controlling intrusive thoughts in addictive behaviour
AC Moss, JAK Erskine, IP Albery, JR Allen, GJ Georgiou
Addictive behaviors 44, 65-70, 2015
332015
Continuum beliefs are associated with higher problem recognition than binary beliefs among harmful drinkers without addiction experience
J Morris, IP Albery, N Heather, AC Moss
Addictive behaviors 105, 106292, 2020
302020
‘Neknomination’: Predictors in a sample of UK university students
AC Moss, MM Spada, J Harkin, IP Albery, N Rycroft, AV Nikčević
Addictive Behaviors Reports 1, 73-75, 2015
292015
Impact of lower strength alcohol labeling on consumption: A randomized controlled trial.
M Vasiljevic, DL Couturier, D Frings, AC Moss, IP Albery, TM Marteau
Health Psychology 37 (7), 658, 2018
282018
Testing a frequency of exposure hypothesis in attentional bias for alcohol-related stimuli amongst social drinkers
IP Albery, D Sharma, S Noyce, D Frings, AC Moss
Addictive Behaviors Reports 1, 68-72, 2015
252015
Examining the relationship between selective attentional bias for food-and body-related stimuli and purging behaviour in bulimia nervosa
IP Albery, T Wilcockson, D Frings, AC Moss, G Caselli, MM Spada
Appetite 107, 208-212, 2016
242016
Understanding drinking among midlife men in the United Kingdom: A systematic review of qualitative studies
H Parke, M Michalska, A Russell, AC Moss, C Holdsworth, J Ling, ...
Addictive behaviors reports 8, 85-94, 2018
222018
Peer pressure and alcohol consumption in adults living in the UK: a systematic qualitative review
H Morris, J Larsen, E Catterall, AC Moss, SU Dombrowski
BMC public health 20 (1), 1-13, 2020
202020
Habit predicts in-the-moment alcohol consumption
IP Albery, I Collins, AC Moss, D Frings, MM Spada
Addictive Behaviors 41, 78-80, 2015
202015
Psychology of addictive behaviour
AC Moss, KR Dyer
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2010
182010
The Science of Absent Evidence: Is there such thing as an effective responsible drinking message?
AC Moss, IP Albery
Alcohol and Alcoholism, 2017
162017
Knowledge of drinking guidelines does not equal sensible drinking
AC Moss, KR Dyer, IP Albery
The Lancet 374 (9697), 1242, 2009
152009
Context-specific drinking and social anxiety: The roles of anticipatory anxiety and post-event processing
JD Buckner, EM Lewis, MA Terlecki, IP Albery, AC Moss
Addictive behaviors 102, 106184, 2020
142020
Aspects of alcohol use disorder affecting social cognition as assessed using the Mini Social and Emotional Assessment (mini-SEA)
S Cox, M Bertoux, JJD Turner, A Moss, K Locker, K Riggs
Drug and alcohol dependence 187, 165-170, 2018
142018
Are alcohol expectancies associations, propositions, or elephants? A reply to Wiers and Stacy (2010).
AC Moss, IP Albery
American Psychological Association 136 (1), 17, 2010
142010
Theoretical perspectives and approaches
IP Albery, D Sharma, A Niyazi, AC Moss
Oxford University Press, 2006
142006
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