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Alcohol Approach Bias Modification (AABM) for AUD

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Pilot Human Laboratory Study of Alcohol Approach Bias Modification (AABM) for AUD

The overall goal of the proposed project is to improve the treatment of individuals with Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD). We will conduct a pilot feasibility trial of Approach Bias Modification (AABM) training of heavy-drinking non-treatment seeking individuals with AUD. We will measure feasibility with respect to recruitment, retention and tolerability of AABM training and the Alcohol Drinking Paradigm (ADP). We will also assess changes in alcohol craving and alcohol consumption during ADP sessions conducted before and after 3 weeks of AABM or sham training.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
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Device - Alcohol Approach Bias Modification (active)

Computerized training - Active intervention

Device - Alcohol Approach Bias Modification (sham)

Computerized training - Sham intervention

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ALCOHOL APPROACH BIAS MODIFICATION EFFECTS ON ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION: A PILOT HUMAN LABORATORY STUDY

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NCT03898323

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