Marsha E Bates
Marsha E Bates
Distinguished Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health, Rutgers - the State
Verificeret mail på smithers.rutgers.edu - Startside
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Neurocognitive impairment associated with alcohol use disorders: implications for treatment.
ME Bates, SC Bowden, D Barry
Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology 10 (3), 193, 2002
The d2 Test of attention: construct validity and extensions in scoring techniques
ME Bates, EP Lemay
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 10 (3), 392-400, 2004
Adolescence-limited versus persistent delinquency: extending Moffitt's hypothesis into adulthood.
H Raskin White, ME Bates, S Buyske
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 110 (4), 600, 2001
A role for cognitive rehabilitation in increasing the effectiveness of treatment for alcohol use disorders
ME Bates, JF Buckman, TT Nguyen
Neuropsychology review 23, 27-47, 2013
Developmental trajectories of male physical violence and theft: relations to neurocognitive performance
ED Barker, JR Séguin, HR White, ME Bates, E Lacourse, R Carbonneau, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 64 (5), 592-599, 2007
Cognitive impairment influences drinking outcome by altering therapeutic mechanisms of change.
ME Bates, AP Pawlak, JS Tonigan, JF Buckman
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 20 (3), 241, 2006
Adolescent risk factors and the prediction of persistent alcohol and drug use into adulthood
ME Bates, EW Labouvie
Alcoholism: Clinical and experimental research 21 (5), 944-950, 1997
Age of first use: its reliability and predictive utility.
E Labouvie, ME Bates, RJ Pandina
Journal of studies on alcohol 58 (6), 638-643, 1997
Judgment of emotion among chronic schizophrenics
LH Muzekari, ME Bates
Journal of Clinical Psychology 33 (3), 662-666, 1977
Heart rate variability biofeedback as a strategy for dealing with competitive anxiety: A case study
L Lagos, E Vaschillo, B Vaschillo, P Lehrer, M Bates, R Pandina
Biofeedback 36 (3), 109, 2008
FAS and CFL forms of verbal fluency differ in difficulty: a meta-analytic study
D Barry, ME Bates, E Labouvie
Applied neuropsychology 15 (2), 97-106, 2008
Short‐term neuropsychological recovery in clients with substance use disorders
ME Bates, GT Voelbel, JF Buckman, EW Labouvie, D Barry
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 29 (3), 367-377, 2005
Heart rate variability response to alcohol, placebo, and emotional picture cue challenges: Effects of 0.1‐Hz stimulation
EG Vaschillo, ME Bates, B Vaschillo, P Lehrer, T Udo, EY Mun, S Ray
Psychophysiology 45 (5), 847-858, 2008
Reasons for alcohol use in young adulthood: validation of a three-dimensional measure.
E Labouvie, ME Bates
Journal of Studies on Alcohol 63 (2), 145-155, 2002
Effects of executive function impairment on change processes and substance use outcomes in 12-step treatment.
J Morgenstern, ME Bates
Journal of Studies on Alcohol 60 (6), 846-855, 1999
Associations between heavy drinking and changes in impulsive behavior among adolescent boys
HR White, NR Marmorstein, FT Crews, ME Bates, EY Mun, R Loeber
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 35 (2), 295-303, 2011
Caudate nucleus volume and cognitive performance: Are they related in childhood psychopathology?
GT Voelbel, ME Bates, JF Buckman, G Pandina, RL Hendren
Biological psychiatry 60 (9), 942-950, 2006
Personality–environment constellations and alcohol use: A process-oriented study of intraindividual change during adolescence.
ME Bates, EW Labouvie
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 9 (1), 23, 1995
Finding groups using model-based cluster analysis: heterogeneous emotional self-regulatory processes and heavy alcohol use risk.
EY Mun, A von Eye, ME Bates, EG Vaschillo
Developmental psychology 44 (2), 481, 2008
The relationship between sensation seeking and delinquency: A longitudinal analysis
HR White, EW Labouvie, ME Bates
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 22 (3), 197-211, 1985
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