Dr Meredith Terlecki


NameDr Meredith Terlecki
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressterlecki@uel.ac.uk
Research institutePsychology

Research outputs

The Role of Underutilization of Protective Behavioral Strategies in the Relation of Social Anxiety with Risky Drinking

Terlecki, M., Ecker, A. H. and Buckner, J. D. 2019. The Role of Underutilization of Protective Behavioral Strategies in the Relation of Social Anxiety with Risky Drinking. Addictive Behaviors.

Alcohol-induced risky sexual behavior among socially anxious drinkers

Terlecki, M., Richter, Ashley A., Neighbors, Clayton, Young, Chelsie M. and Buckner, Julia D. 2017. Alcohol-induced risky sexual behavior among socially anxious drinkers. Addiction Research & Theory.

Social Anxiety and Alcohol-Related Impairment: The Mediational Impact of Solitary Drinking

Buckner, Julia D. and Terlecki, M. 2016. Social Anxiety and Alcohol-Related Impairment: The Mediational Impact of Solitary Drinking. Addictive Behaviors. 58 (July), pp. 7-11.

Do Positive Alcohol Expectancies Have a Critical Developmental Period in Pre-Adolescents?

Copeland, Amy L, Proctor, Steven L, Terlecki, M., Kulesza, Magdalena and Williamson, Donald A 2015. Do Positive Alcohol Expectancies Have a Critical Developmental Period in Pre-Adolescents? Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 75 (6), pp. 945-952.

Distress Tolerance among Students Referred for Treatment Following Violation of Campus Cannabis Use Policy: Relations to Use, Problems, and Motivation

Buckner, Julia D., Jeffries, Emily R., Terlecki, M. and Ecker, Anthony H. 2015. Distress Tolerance among Students Referred for Treatment Following Violation of Campus Cannabis Use Policy: Relations to Use, Problems, and Motivation. Behavior Modification. 40 (5), pp. 663-677.

Randomized Controlled Trial of BASICS for Heavy Drinking Mandated and Volunteer Undergraduates: 12-Month Outcomes

Terlecki, M., Buckner, Julia D., Larimer, Mary E. and Copeland, Amy L. 2015. Randomized Controlled Trial of BASICS for Heavy Drinking Mandated and Volunteer Undergraduates: 12-Month Outcomes. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. 29 (1), pp. 2-16.

Social Anxiety and Heavy Situational Drinking: Coping and Conformity Motives as Multiple Mediators

Terlecki, M. and Buckner, Julia D. 2014. Social Anxiety and Heavy Situational Drinking: Coping and Conformity Motives as Multiple Mediators. Addictive Behaviors. 40 (Jan), pp. 77-83.
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