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Antoinette Poulton
Antoinette Poulton
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, The University of Melbourne
Dirección de correo verificada de unimelb.edu.au
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Transition to substance use disorders: impulsivity for reward and learning from reward
A Poulton, R Hester
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 15 (10), 1182-1191, 2020
552020
Assessment of alcohol intake: retrospective measures versus a smartphone application
A Poulton, J Pan, LR Bruns Jr, RO Sinnott, R Hester
Addictive behaviors 83, 35-41, 2018
372018
Cognitive control over immediate reward in binge alcohol drinkers
A Poulton, C Mackenzie, K Harrington, S Borg, R Hester
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 40 (2), 429-437, 2016
262016
A smartphone app to assess alcohol consumption behavior: development, compliance, and reactivity
A Poulton, J Pan, LR Bruns Jr, RO Sinnott, R Hester
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (3), e11157, 2019
182019
Evaluating untimed and timed abridged versions of Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices
A Poulton, K Rutherford, S Boothe, M Brygel, A Crole, G Dali, LR Bruns Jr, ...
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 44 (1), 73-84, 2022
82022
Web-based independent versus laboratory-based stop-signal task performance: within-subjects counterbalanced comparison study
A Poulton, LPE Chen, G Dali, M Fox, R Hester
Journal of Medical Internet Research 24 (5), e32922, 2022
62022
Predictors of adverse alcohol use consequences among tertiary students
A Poulton, A Mata, J Pan, LR Bruns Jr, RO Sinnott, R Hester
Alcoholism: clinical and experimental research 43 (5), 877-887, 2019
52019
Addressing methodological issues in a study of impulsivity and vulnerability for transition to alcohol use disorder
A Poulton, O Eastwood, LR Bruns Jr, RO Sinnott, R Hester
Alcoholism: clinical and experimental research 46 (2), 262-276, 2022
42022
Extended ambulatory assessment of executive function: within-person reliability of working memory and inhibitory control tasks
G Dali, A Poulton, LPE Chen, R Hester
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 1-13, 2024
2024
Impact of personalized alcohol intake and cognitive feedback on alcohol use behavior in hazardous drinkers: A quasi‐randomized trial
A Poulton, G Dali, C McGinness, S Clarke, T Turner, J Liu, J Giggins, ...
Alcohol: Clinical and Experimental Research 47 (7), 1377-1389, 2023
2023
Chronic cannabis use and error awareness: The effect on learning from errors
G Dali, A Poulton, R Hester
PloS one 18 (3), e0283158, 2023
2023
Impulsivity and vulnerability for transition from binge drinking to alcohol use disorder
A Poulton, O Eastwood, LR Bruns, R Sinnott, R Hester
DRUG AND ALCOHOL REVIEW 41, S113-S114, 2022
2022
Reductions in alcohol intake among young adults during the pandemic underpinned by binge drinkers and not related to changes in behavioural impulsivity
A Poulton, C McGinness, S Clarke, LR Bruns, R Sinnott, R Hester
DRUG AND ALCOHOL REVIEW 41, S114-S114, 2022
2022
The effectiveness of an electronic intervention involving personalised alcohol intake and brain health feedback to reduce alcohol misuse
A Poulton, C McGinness, S Clarke, T Turner, R Hester
DRUG AND ALCOHOL REVIEW 41, S114-S115, 2022
2022
Investigating the Neurobiological and Cognitive Effects of Binge Drinking: Concerns and Considerations
G Dali, A Poulton, R Hester
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 7 (10), 955-956, 2022
2022
Health Neuroscience Special Issue Transition to substance use disorders: impulsivity for reward and learning from reward
A Poulton, R Hester
2019
Identification Of At-risk Alcohol Consumption Patterns: Retrospective Surveys Versus A Smartphone Application: or3–8
A Poulton, JH Pan, J Li, J Effendy, L Bruns, R Sinnot, R Hester
Alcohol and Alcoholism 52, i31-i49, 2017
2017
The Relationship Between Impulsivity for Reward and Learning From Reward
A Poulton, K Harrington, C Mackenzie, R Hester
ACNS-2013 Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, 2013
2013
A smartphone app to assess alcohol consumption behaviours: Development, validity, compliance, and reactivity
A Poulton, J Pan, LR Bruns, RO Sinnott, R Hester
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