Assistant Research Professor
303 BBH Building
Ashley’s program of research focuses on identifying influential and underlying psychosocial predictors and consequences of high-risk drinking behavior, including high-intensity drinking, alcohol mixed with energy drinks, and simultaneous use of alcohol with other substances, such as marijuana. Ashley has a particular interest in using innovative methods, such as daily diary designs, ecological momentary assessment, and wearable alcohol sensors to assess problematic alcohol use patterns in real-time.
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Flexibly modeling alcohol use disorder risk: How many drinks should we count?
Linden-Carmichael, A. N., Russell, M. A., & Lanza, S. T. (2018). Flexibly modeling alcohol use disorder risk: How many drinks should we count? Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.