To drink or to drink less? Distinguishing between effects of implementation intentions on decisions to drink and how much to drink in treatment-seeking individuals with alcohol use disorder

Lara N.Moody, Allison N.Teggea, Lindsey M.Poe, Mikhail N.Koffarnus, Warren K. Bickelab
In this study, participants were chosen from the community and separated into two groups, an active or controlled two-week implication intention interventions. With these groups, assessments of daily alcohol consumption, and the use of EMA, results found that the active intervention group had consumed less alcohol compared to the controlled group.