Phase of Change and Mood State in Alcohol Dependent Drinkers Exposed to VR Alcohol Cues Amy C. Traylor, M

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Two-way rehashed measures ANOVA Wilks' Λ F p-esteem incomplete η 2 Positive .21 141.59 .01 .79 Negative .89 4.79 .05 .11 Pos x Neg .94 2.36 n.s. Contention room Party room & deck Paraphernalia room Social room (offer) Neutral 1 Sample VR Path Neutral 2 Stage of Change and Mood State in Alcohol Dependent Drinkers Exposed to VR Alcohol Cues Amy C. Traylor, MSW, Hilary L. Copp, MSW, & Patrick S. Bordnick, Ph.D., University of Georgia Results Objective To decide the impact of VR liquor prompts on positive and negative temperament in non-treatment-chasing liquor abusers at various benchmark phases of progress VR Alcohol Cue Environment Participants were presented to a 40-minute VR liquor sign presentation comprising of 4 liquor related and 2 unbiased virtual rooms (see screenshots, floor plan, and test way outlines beneath) Effect of VR liquor signals on positive inclination state (Positive) and negative disposition state (Negative) were assessed Main impacts observed to be noteworthy Participants 39 non-treatment-chasing current liquor consumers enlisted by means of daily paper advertisements Inclusion criteria : Age 21-65 Consumed no less than 2 standard beverages for each day Met DSM-IV-TR criteria for liquor manhandle or reliance No simultaneous DSM analyze aside from nicotine reliance Otherwise healthy Significant principle impacts were further explored with combined specimens t tests Significant distinction found for Negative from pre to post introduction, t (38) = 2.65, p = .012 No huge contrast found for Positive from pre to post introduction Conclusions A little yet measurably huge change in both positive and negative mind-set state was found after presentation to VR liquor signals. Inclination changes of this extent, while measurably noteworthy, may not be clinically huge. The impact of phase of progress on mind-set was not observed to be measurably noteworthy, maybe because of uncommonly high number of marginal profiles yielded by the RTCQ measure. The effect of VR liquor prompts on state of mind has vital ramifications for execution of more powerful substance mishandle intercessions. It might be conceivable to consolidate such information into advancement of treatment conventions that better match projects to the requirements of individual customers. Additionally research of state of mind and phase of progress with extra instruments and bigger specimens is required. Techniques Participants finished self-report state of mind and phase of progress appraisals Mood measure : Modification of Diener & Emmons' Mood Form (1984) 10-thing Likert-sort self-report poll Independently surveys positive and negative temperaments Administered pre and post VR prompt introduction Stage of progress measure : Readiness to Change Questionnaire (Heather, Gold, & Rollnick, 1991) 12-thing Likert-sort self-report survey Assesses member's benchmark availability to change Classifies members by phase of progress (Precontemplation, Contemplation, or Action; Prochaska & DiClemente, 1983) Administered pre VR signal presentation References Diener, E., & Emmons, R. A. (1984). The freedom of positive and negative effect. Diary of Personality and Social Psychology, 47 (5), 1105-1117. Heather, N., Gold, R., & Rollnick, S. (1991). Preparation to Change Questionnaire: User's manual (Technical report 15) . Kensington, Australia: National Drug and Alcohol Research Center, University of New South Wales. Prochaska, J. O., & DiClemente, C. C. (1983). Stages and procedures of self-change of smoking: Toward an integrative model of progress. Diary of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 51 (3), 390-395. This examination was upheld by NIAA give #R41-AA014312-01-A1. Parts of these information have been submitted for distribution.

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