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The stigma of alcohol-related liver disease and its impact on healthcare
G Schomerus, A Leonhard, J Manthey, J Morris, M Neufeld, C Kilian, ...
Journal of Hepatology, 2022
642022
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
552020
The “alcoholic other”: Harmful drinkers resist problem recognition to manage identity threat
J Morris, AC Moss, IP Albery, N Heather
Addictive Behaviours 124 (107093), 2021
352021
Drinkers like us? The availability of relatable drinking reduction narratives for people with alcohol use disorders
J Morris, S Cox, A Moss, P Reavey
Addiction Research and Theory, 2022
172022
Promoting problem recognition amongst harmful drinkers: A conceptual model for problem framing factors
J Morris, IP Albery, AC Moss, N Heather
The Handbook of Alcohol Use: Understandings from Synapse to Society, 221-230, 2021
132021
Why stigma matters in addressing alcohol harm
J Morris, G Schomerus
Drug and Alcohol Review, 2023
112023
Should we promote alcohol problems as a continuum? Implications for policy and practice
J Morris, CL Boness, K Witkiewitz
Drugs, Education, Prevention and Policy, 2023
112023
Commentary on Henssler et al .: The public health case for promoting and valuing drinking reductions in the treatment of alcohol use disorder
K Witkiewitz, J Morris, JA Tucker
Addiction, 2021
112021
Challenging the language of alcohol problems
J Morris, C Melia
The Psychologist 32, 37-39, 2019
112019
Before ‘Rock Bottom’? Problem framing effects on stigma and change among harmful drinkers
J Morris
Evaluating the Brain Disease Model of Addiction, 187-195, 2022
102022
Clarifying alcohol brief interventions: 2013 update
J Morris, N Heather, D Lavoie
The Alcohol Academy. Available at https://ranzetta.typepad.com/files …, 2013
9*2013
Stigmatizing Terminology for Outcomes and Processes (STOP) in alcohol research: a meta-epidemiologic assessment of language used in clinical trial publications
M Hartwell, V Lin, M Hester, NB Sajjadi, K Dunn, J Morris, K Witkiewitz
Journal of Addiction Medicine 16 (5), 527-533, 2022
62022
Historical and Conceptual Approaches to Addiction
E Day, J Morris
Seminars in Addiction Psychiatry, 1-14, 2021
52021
(Mis) understanding alcohol use disorder: Making the case for a public health first approach
J Morris, CL Boness, R Burton
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 111019, 2023
32023
The media has a problem with alcoholism – and it's stopping people getting help
J Morris
The Guardian, 2017
32017
One too many? Sales to drunk customers: policy, enforcement and responsibility
J Morris, J Nicholls
https://www.alcoholpolicy.net/2014/11/one-too-many-report-calls-for-review …, 2014
3*2014
Look away now! Defensive processing and unrealistic optimism by level of alcohol consumption
J Morris, H Tattan-Birch, IP Albery, N Heather, AC Moss
Psychology & Health, 1-19, 2024
22024
A continuum model of alcohol use and problems can advance public health goals without undermining treatment agendas. Reply to commentaries
J Morris, CL Boness, K Witkiewitz
Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 2023
22023
EFFECTS OF CONTINUUM VERSUS BINARY BELIEFS ABOUT ALCOHOL PROBLEMS ON PROBLEM RECOGNITION, DEFENSIVE PROCESSING AND STIGMA AMONG HARMFUL DRINKERS
J Morris
London South Bank University, 2020
22020
Clinical alcohol guidelines are welcome—but upstream action is paramount
J Morris, RK Abigail, S Cox, A Jones
Addiction, 2023
12023
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