Current Research» Go to news main
Do romantic partners influence each other's heavy episodic drinking?
A Dalhousie research team’s 3-year study of 179 romantic couples suggests that if one partner binge drinks, their behaviour contributes to binge drinking in their romantic partner. By determining binge drinking habits of one partner in the romantic relationship, researchers have shown that you can predict the binge drinking habits of the other.
The study, which was conducted by Clinical Psychology PhD Student, Sara Bartel and supervised by Dr. Sherry Stewart and Dr. Simon Sherry, was recently published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Addictive Behaviors and can be found at:
- Dalhousie researcher sheds light on greenhouse gas emissions from fisheries
- Consumer trust in grocery stores falls since bread price fixing story
- STUDY FINDS ASPIRIN AS EFFECTIVE AS PRESCRIPTION MEDS IN PREVENTING POSTâOP CLOTS
- Researchers from Dalhousie University help track fishing from space for the first time ever
- Dalhousie researchers study the healing power of sport: Dr. Celina Shirazipour and Dr. Alice Aiken present groundbreaking research at CIMVHR Conference
- Healthy Sleep Habits for Back‑to‑School: Innovative Behavioural Sleep Study for Children Now Available in French
- Dalhousie researcher looks at perfectionism increasing risk of suicidal behaviours
- Can 100 Canadian songs explain youth employment perceptions and trends?
comments powered by Disqus