Andrea C. King's Publication

Articles

1.  King, A.C., Errico, A.L., Parsons, O.A., & Lovallo, W.R. (1991). Blood pressure dysregulation associated with alcohol withdrawal. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 15, 478-482. PMID: 1877732

              

2.  Errico, A.L., Parsons, O.A., & King, A.C. (1991). Assessment of verbosequential and visuospatial abilities in alcoholics. Psychological Assessment: A Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 3, 693-696.

              

3.  Errico, A.L., King, A.C., & Parsons, O.A. (1991). The influence of depressive symptomatology on alcoholics' locus of control:  A methodological note and a correction.  Journal of Clinical Psychology, 47, 601-605. PMID: 1939708

 

4.  Errico, A.L., Parsons, O.A., Kling, O.R., & King, A.C. (1992). Investigation of the role of sex hormones in alcoholics' visuospatial deficits.  Neuropsychologia, 30, 417-426. PMID: 1620322

 

5.  Glenn, S.W., Errico, A.L., Parsons, O.A., King, A.C., & Nixon, S.J. (1993). The role of antisocial, affective, and childhood behavioral characteristics in alcoholics’ neuropsychological performance. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 17, 162-169. PMID: 8452198

 

6.  Errico, A.L., Parsons, O.A., King, A.C., & Lovallo, W.R. (1993). Attenuated cortisol response to biobehavioral stressors in sober alcoholics. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 54, 393-398. PMID: 8341041

                       

7.  King, A.C., Parsons, O.A., Bernardy, N.C., & Lovallo, W.R. (1994). Drinking history is related to persistent blood pressure dysregulation in postwithdrawal alcoholics. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 18, 1172-1176. PMID: 7847602

 

8.  King, A.C., Errico, A.L., & Parsons, O.A. (1995). Eysenck’s personality dimensions and sex steroids in male abstinent alcoholics and nonalcoholics: an exploratory study.  Biological Psychology, 39, 103-113. PMID: 7734625

                

9.  Volpicelli, J.R., Watson, N.T., King, A.C., Sherman, C.E. & O'Brien, C.P. (1995). Effect of naltrexone on alcohol "high" in alcoholics. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 152, 613-615. PMID: 8888947

 

10.  Bernardy, N.C., King, A.C., Parsons, O.A., & Lovallo, W.R. (1996). Altered cortisol response in sober alcoholics: an examination of contributing factors.  Alcohol, 13, 493-498. PMID: 8888947

 

11.  King, A.C., Bernardy, N.C., Parsons, W.R., & Lovallo, W.R. (1996). Hemodynamic alterations in alcohol-related transitory hypertension. Alcohol, 13, 387-393. PMID: 8836328

 

12.  King, A.C., Volpicelli, J.R., Frazer, A., & O'Brien, C.P. (1997). Effect of naltrexone on subjective alcohol response in subjects at high and low risk for future alcohol dependence. Psychopharmacology, 129, 15-22. PMID: 9122358

 

13.  King, A.C., Volpicelli, J.R., Gunduz, M., O'Brien, C.P., & Kreek, M.J. (1997). Naltrexone biotransformation and incidence of subjective side effects: a preliminary study. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 21, 906-909. PMID: 9267542

 

14.  Schluger, J.H., Ho, A., Borg, L., Porter, M., Maniar, N., Gunduz, M., Perret, G., King, A.C., & Kreek, M.J. (1998).  Nalmefene causes greater hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis activation than naloxone in normal volunteers:  implications for the treatment of alcoholism. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 22, 1430-1436. PMID: 9802524

 

15.  King, A.C., Ho, A., Borg, L., Schluger, J., & Kreek, M.J.  (1999). Acute subjective effects of Dynorphin A (1-13) infusion in normal healthy subjects. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 54, 87-90. PMID: 10101621

 

16.  Holdstock, L., King, A.C., & de Wit, H.  (2000). Subjective and objective responses to ethanol in moderate/heavy and light social drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 24, 789-794. PMID: 10888066

 

17.  King, A.C., & Meyer, P.J. (2000).  Naltrexone alteration of acute smoking response in nicotine-dependent subjects.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 66, 563-572. PMID: 10899371

 

18.  King, A.C., Schluger, J., Gunduz, M., Borg, L., Perret, G., Ho, A., & Kreek, M.J.  (2002). Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical (HPA) axis response and biotransformation of oral naltrexone:  preliminary examination of relationship to family history of alcoholism.  Neuropsychopharmacology, 26, 778-788. PMID: 12007748

 

19.  King, A.C., Houle, T., de Wit, H., Holdstock, L., & Schuster, A.  (2002). Biphasic alcohol response differs in heavy versus light drinkers.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 26, 827-835. PMID: 12068251

 

20.  Errico, A.L., King, A.C., Lovallo, W.R., & Parsons, O.A.  (2002). Cortisol dysregulation and cognitive impairment in abstinent male alcoholics. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 26,1198-1204. PMID: 12198394

 

21.  King, A.C.  (2002). Role of naltrexone in initial smoking cessation:  preliminary findings. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 26, 1942-1944. PMID: 12500129

 

22.  King, A.C., Bernardy, N.C., & Hauner, K.  (2003). Stressful events, personality, and mood disturbance: gender differences in alcoholics and problem drinkers. Addictive Behaviors, 28, 171-187. PMID: 12507535

 

23.  Bernardy, N.C., King, A.C., & Lovallo, W.R.  (2003). Cardiovascular responses to physical and psychological stress in female alcoholics with transitory hypertension after early abstinence. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 27, 1489-1498. PMID: 14506411

 

24.  King, A.C., & Byars, J.A. (2004).  Alcohol-induced performance impairment in heavy episodic and light social drinkers. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 65, 27-36. PMID: 15000501

 

25.  King, A.C. & Canada, S.A. (2004).  Client-related predictors of early treatment drop-out in a substance abuse clinic exclusively employing individual therapy. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 26, 189-195. PMID: 15063912

 

26.  Epstein, A.M., & King, A.C. (2004).  Naltrexone attenuates acute cigarette smoking behavior. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 77, 29-37. PMID: 14724039

 

27.  King, A.C., & Epstein, A.M. (2005). Alcohol dose-dependent increases in smoking urge in light smokers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 29, 547-552. PMID: 15834219

 

28.  King, A.C., Munisamy, G., de Wit, H., & Lin, S.  (2006). Attenuated cortisol response to alcohol in heavy social drinkers. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 59, 203-209.  PMID:

16359745

 

29.  King, A.C., de Wit, H., Riley, R.C., Cao, D., Niaura, R., & Hatsukami, D. (2006). Efficacy of naltrexone in smoking cessation:  a preliminary study and an examination of sex differences. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 8, 1-12. PMID: 17008194

 

30.  Epstein, A.M., Sher, T.G., Young, M.A., & King, A.C. (2007).  Tobacco chippers show robust increases in smoking urge after alcohol consumption. Psychopharmacology, 190, 321-329. PMID: 17345609

 

31.  Tuvlin, J.A., Raza, S.S., Bracamonte, S., Julian, C., Hanauer, S.B., Nicolae, D.L., King, A.C., & Cho, J.H. (2007). Smoking and inflammatory bowel disease: trends in familial and sporadic cohorts.  Inflammatory Bowel Disease, 13, 573-579.

 

32.  Brumback, T., Cao, D., & King, A.C. (2007).  Effects of alcohol on psychomotor performance and perceived impairment in heavy social drinkers. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 91, 10-17. PMID: 17560739, PMCID: PMC2764986

 

33.  King, A.C., Sánchez-Johnsen, L., Van Orman S., Cao, D., & Matthews, A.K. (2008).  A pilot community-based intensive smoking cessation intervention in African Americans:  feasibility, acceptability, and early outcome indicators. Journal of the National Medical Association, 100, 208-217. PMID: 18300538

 

34.  Walsh, Z., Epstein, A., Munisamy, G., & King, A.C.  (2008). The impact of depressive symptoms on the efficacy of naltrexone in smoking cessation. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 27, 65-72. PMID: 18551889

 

35.  King, A.C., Epstein, A., Conrad, M., McNamara, P., & Cao, D. (2008) Sex differences in the relationship between alcohol-associated smoking urge and behavior: A pilot study. The American Journal on Addictions, 17, 347-353. PMID: 18770076

 

36.  Shah, L.M., Arora, V., King, A.C., Krishnan, J. (2009). The presence of tobacco cessation programs is not sufficient for low-income hospitalized smokers. Archives of Internal Medicine, 169, 902-903.  PMID: 19433704

 

37.  Rueger S.Y., McNamara P.J., & King A.C.  (2009). Expanding the utility of the biphasic alcohol effects scale (BAES) and initial psychometric support for the brief-BAES (B-BAES). Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 33, 916-924. PMID: 19320625 PMC2856649

 

38.  King, A.C., Cao D., Vanier C., & Wilcox, T.  (2009). Naltrexone decreases heavy drinking rates in smoking cessation treatment: an exploratory study. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 33, 1044-1050.  PMID: 19302083

 

39.  Matthews, A.K., Sánchez-Johnsen, L., & King, A.C. (2009).  Development of a culturally targeted smoking cessation intervention for African American smokers. Journal of Community Health, 34, 480-492. PMID: 19728056

 

40.  King, A.C., McNamara, P.J., Conrad, M.F., & Cao, D.  (2009). Alcohol-induced increases in smoking behavior for nicotinized and denicotinized cigarettes in men and women.  Psychopharmacology, 207, 107-117. PMID: 19756530

 

41.  Shah, L.M., King, A.C., Basu, A., Krishnan, J.A., Borden, W.B., Meltzer, D., & Arora, V. (2010). The effect of clinician advice and patient preparedness to quit on subsequent quit attempts in hospitalized smokers. Journal of Hospital Medicine, 5, 26-32.  PMID: 20063403

 

42.  King, A.C., McNamara, P.J., Angstadt, M., & Phan, K.L.  (2010). Neural substrates of alcohol-induced smoking urge in heavy drinking nondaily smokers. Neuropsychopharmacology, 35, 692-701. PMID: 19907419, PMCID: PMC2868310

 

43.  Roche, D.J.O., Childs, E., Epstein, A.M., King, A.C.  (2010). Acute HPA axis response to naltrexone differs in female vs. male smokers. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 35, 596-606. PMID: 19837518, PMCID: PMC2843791

 

44.  Hamidovic, A., Childs, E., Conrad, M.F, King, A.C., & de Wit, H. (2010). Stress-induced changes in mood and cortisol release predict mood effects of amphetamine. Drug and Alcohol Dependence ,109, 175-180.  PMID: 20176450, PMCID: PMC2875349

 

45.  Roche, D.J.O, & King, A.C.  (2010). Alcohol impairment of saccadic and smooth pursuit eye movements: Impact of risk factors for alcohol dependence.  Psychopharmacology, 212, 33-44.  PMID:  20635179

 

46.  King, A.C., Cao, D., Southard, C.C., & Mathews, A.K. (2011).  Racial differences in eligibility determination and enrollment in a smoking cessation clinical trial.  Health Psychology, 30, 40-48. PMID: 21299293, PMCID: PMC3057492

 

47.  Sanchez-Johnsen, L.A., Carpentier, M.R., & King, A.C. (2011).  Race and sex associations to weight concerns among urban African American and Caucasian smokers.  Addictive Behaviors, 36, 14-17. PMID: 20832176, PMCID: PMC3402031

 

48.  King, A.C., de Wit, H, McNamara, P.J., & Cao, D.  (2011). Rewarding, stimulant and sedative alcohol responses and relationship to future binge drinking.  Archives of General Psychiatry, 68, 389-399. PMID:  21464363

 

49.  Sripada C.S., Angstadt, M., McNamara, P., King, A.C., & Phan, K.L. (2011).  Effects of alcohol on brain responses to social signals of threat in humans.  Neuroimage, 55, 371-380.  PMID: 21122818, PMCID: PMC3031714

 

50.  King, A.C., Roche, D. J. O., & Rueger, S. Y. (2011).  Subjective responses to alcohol: A paradigm shift may be brewing. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 35, 1726-1728. PMID: 21919923

 

51.  Childs, E., Roche, D.J.O., King, A.C., & de Wit, H. (2012). Varenicline potentiates alcohol-induced negative subjective responses and offsets impaired eye movements.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 36, 906-914. PMID: 22339626, PMCID: PMC3342420 [Available on 2013/5/1]

 

52.  Plebani, J.G., Ray, L.A., Morean, M.E., Corbin, W.R., Mackillop, J., Amlung, M. & King, A.C.  (2012). Human laboratory paradigms in alcohol research:  a critical mini-review.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 36, 972-983. PMID: 22309888

 

53.  Rueger, S.Y., Trela, C.J., Palmeri, M., & King, A.C.  (2012). Self-administered web-based timeline followback procedure for drinking and smoking behaviors in young adults. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 73, 829-833. PMID: 22846247, PMCID: PMC3410950 [Available on 2013/9/1]

 

54.  King, A.C., Cao, D., O’Malley, S.S., Kranzler, H.R., Cai, X., de Wit, H., Matthews, A.K., & Stachoviak, R.J. (2012).  Effects of naltrexone on smoking cessation outcomes and weight gain in nicotine-dependent men and women. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, 32, 630-636. PMID: 22926596, doi: 10.1097/JCP.0b013e3182676956

 

55.  Zhuang, X., King, A.C., McNamara, P.J., Pokorny, J., & Cao, D. (2012). Differential effects of alcohol on contrast processing mediated by the magnocellular and parvocellular pathways. Journal of Vision, 22, 1-16. PMID: 23090614, doi: 10.1167/12.11.16

 

56.  Lovallo, W.R., King, A.C., Farag, N.H., Sorocco, K.H., Cohoon, A.J., & Vincent, A.S. (2012).    Naltrexone effects on cortisol secretion in women and men in relation to a family history of alcoholism:  studies from the Oklahoma Family Health Patterns Project.  Psychoneuroendocrinology. 37, 1922-8. PMID: 22575355, PMCID: PMC3449011 [Available on 2013/12/1], doi: 10.1016/j.psyneuen.2012.04.006.

 

57.  Conrad, M., McNamara, P., & King, A. (2012). The Alternative Substance Paradigm: Effectiveness of beverage blinding and effects on acute alcohol responses. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 20, 382-389.

 

58.  Rueger, S.Y., & King, A.C. (2012 in press). Validation of the brief biphasic alcohol effects scale (B-BAES).  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research.

 

59.  King, A.C., Cao, D., Zhang, L., & O’Malley, S.S. (2012 in press). Naltrexone reduction of long-term smoking cessation weight gain in women but not men: A randomized controlled trial. Biological Psychiatry. doi: 10.1016/j.biopsych.2012.09.025

 

60. Conrad, M.F., Wardle, M.C., King, A.C., & de Wit, H. (2012 in press).  Smoking progression and individual differences in stress among young adult occasional smokers.  Journal of Clinical Psychology.

 

61.  Matthews, A.K., Conrad, M.F., Kuhns, L., Vargas, M., & King, A.C. (2012 in press). Project Exhale: preliminary evaluation of a tailored smoking cessation treatment for HIV+ African American smokers.  AIDS Patient Care and STDs.

 

PAPERS UNDER REVIEW

 

1.  Matthews, A.K., Vargas, M., Cook, S., Kuhns, L., Shappiva, N., & King, A.C.  (2012 submitted).  Barriers and facilitators to smoking cessation among HIV infected African American smokers.

 

2  King, A.C., Cao, D., Zhang, L., & Rueger, S.Y. (2012 submitted). Effects of the opioid receptor antagonist naltrexone on smoking and related behaviors in smokers preparing to quit.

 

King, A.C., Cao, D., McNamara, P.J. (2012 submitted). Alcohol response phenotype and future excessive drinking propensity.

 

4  Roche, D.J.O., King, A.C., Cohoon, A.J., Lovallo, W.R. (2012 submitted). Hormonal contraceptive use and diminished salivary cortisol response to psychosocial stress and opioid blockade in healthy women.

 

5  Morean, M.E., de Wit, H., King, A.C., Sofuoglu, M., Rueger, S.Y., O’Malley, S. (2012 submitted). The Drug Effects Questionnaire: psychometric support across multiple substances.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

    

1.  King, A.C., Batel, P., & Kreek, M.J.  (1997).  Recent alcoholism treatment research: 

               Ethical issues of implementation into clinical practice.  In W. Shelton and R. Edwards (Eds.), Advances in Bioethics, Volume 3. Greenwich CT:  JAI Press, Inc., 257-286.

 

2.  King, A.C. & Miller, N.S.  (1998). Medications of Abuse and Addiction: Opioids. In R. Tarter, R. Ammerman, & P. Ott (Eds.), Sourcebook on Substance Abuse: Etiology, Methodology, and Intervention.  Pittsburgh, PA: Allyn and Bacon, 379-392.

 

3.  King, A.C., Vanable, P.A., & de Wit, H.  (2000). Psychometric instruments to evaluate outcome in alcoholism treatment.  In G. Zernig, A. Saria, M. Kurz, and S.S. O’Malley (Eds.), CRC Handbook of Alcoholism: Clinical and Theoretical Approaches. Boca Raton, FL:  CRC Press, Inc., 331-338.

 

4.  Vanable, P.A., King, A.C., & de Wit, H.  (2000). Psychometric screening instruments to identify alcohol-related problems.  In G. Zernig, A. Saria, M. Kurz, and S.S. O’Malley (Eds.), CRC Handbook of Alcoholism: Clinical and Theoretical Approaches. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Inc., 39-46.

 

5.  King, A.C., Torello, R., Krishnan-Sarin, S., O’Malley, S.S. (2009).  Naltrexone in smoking cessation: a review of the literature and future directions.  In R. Dean, E. Bilsky, S. Negus (Eds), Opioid receptors and antagonists: from bench to clinic.  Humana Press, Totowa, NJ., 307-324.

 

6.  Sivasithamparam, J., & King, A.C. (2012 submitted). What is the most effective strategy to promote smoking cessation in our Crohn’s patients?  Curbside Consultations in IBD: 49 Clinical Questions, 2nd edition.  Editors:  D. Rubin, S. Friedman, F. Farraye.

 

 

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS

 

1.  King, A.C., Errico, A.L., Parsons, O.A., & Lovallo, W.R.  (1989). Blood pressure regulation in sober male alcoholics.  Psychophysiology, 26 (suppl.): S-53.

 

2.  Errico, A.L., King, A.C., Parsons, O.A., & Lovallo, W.R.  (1990). Attenuated cortisol response to psychophysiological stress in sober alcoholics. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 14, 286.

 

3.  Errico, A.L., Parsons, O.A., & King, A.C.  (1991)  Investigation of the role of gonadal hormones in alcoholics' visuospatial deficits. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 15: 366.

 

4.  King, A.C., Errico, A.L., McKinnon, M., & Parsons, O.A.  (1991). The relationship between personality dimensions and plasma sex steroids in abstinent male alcoholics and peer nonalcoholics. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 15: 361.

 

5.  Bernardy, N.C., King, A.C., Lovallo, W.R., & Parsons, O.A.  (1993). Residual attenuation of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical function in abstinent alcoholics.  NIDA Research Monograph, Problems of Drug Dependence, 1993:  Proceedings of the 55th Annual Scientific Meeting, College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Inc.

 

6.  King, A.C., Bernardy, N.C., Parsons, O.A., & Lovallo, W.R.  (1993). Relationship between blood pressure levels and drinking history in chronic alcoholics.  NIDA Research Monograph, Problems of Drug Dependence, 1993:  Proceedings of the 55th Annual Scientific Meeting, College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Inc.

 

7.  Bernardy, N.C., King, A.C., Parsons, O.A., Sung, B.H., & Lovallo, W.R.  (1993). Cardiovascular and liver disorders related to liquor intake. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 17 (suppl): 508.

 

8.  Volpicelli, J.R., Berg, B.J., King, A.C., Sherman, B.A., & Sisenwine, B.A.  (1993). Naltrexone attenuates the subjective response to alcohol. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 17 (suppl): 518.

 

9.  King, A.C., Lovallo, W.R., Bernardy, N.C., & Parsons, O.A. (1993). Exaggerated blood pressure reactivity in postwithdrawal alcoholics with normal resting pressures. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 17 (suppl): 507.

 

10.  King, A.C., Volpicelli, J.R., Eherman, R.N., Alterman, A., Watson, N.T., Frazer, A., & O'Brien, C.P. (1994). Effects of naltrexone on alcohol drinking:  preliminary findings. NIDA Research Monograph 153, Problems of Drug Dependence 1994: Proceedings of the 56th Annual Scientific Meeting, Vol II: 230.

 

11.  King, A.C., Volpicelli, J.R., Gunduz, M., O'Brien, C.P., & Kreek, M.J.  (1996). Naltrexone biotransformation and subjective response to alcohol in social drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 20 (suppl): 44A.

 

12.  King, A.C., Volpicelli, J.R., O’Brien, C.P., & Kreek, M.J.  (1997). Naltrexone pretreatment does not alter reduced neuroendocrine response to alcohol in sons of alcoholics. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 21 (suppl): 32A.

 

13.  King, A.C., Schluger, J., Disla, I., & Kreek, M.J.  (1998). Acute neuroendocrine effects of oral naltrexone in family history positive and negative social drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 22 (suppl): 120A.

 

14.  Holdstock, L., King, A.C., & de Wit, H.  (1999). Subjective and behavioral responses to ethanol in light and heavy drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 23 (suppl): 102A.

 

15.  Schuster, A., & King, A.C.  (2000). Effects of gender on initial treatment engagement in a Hospital-based addiction clinic.  NIDA Research Monograph 159, Problems of Drug Dependence 2000: Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting.

 

16.  King, A.C., Houle, T., Byars, J.A., & Schuster A.  (2002). Alcohol-induced performance and eye movement response in heavy/binge and light alcohol drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 26 (suppl): 126A.

 

17.  King, A.C. (2002).  Young adult binge drinkers show a higher sensitivity to the stimulant-like effects and more tolerance to the sedative effects of alcohol than lighter drinkers of that age. Alcohol Research, 7: 211-212.

 

18.  King, A.C. (2003).  Alcohol dose-dependent increases in urge to smoke. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 27 (suppl): 6A.

 

19.  Epstein, A.M., & King, A.C.  (2005). Alcohol consumption dose-dependently increases smoking urge in tobacco chippers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 29 (suppl): 5.

              

20.  King, A.C., Munisamy, G., & de Wit, H.  (2005). Lower cortisol response to alcohol in heavy social drinkers compared to light drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 29 (suppl): 5.

 

21.  Dellinger, A.M., & King, A.C. (2006). Effects of alcohol in cardiovascular response of light and heavy social drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 30 (suppl): 6.

 

23.  McNamara, P.J., O’Connor, S., & King, A.C. (2006). Alcohol’s effect on reflexive saccadic eye  movements in light and heavy drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 30 (suppl): 6.

              

24.  Brumback, T. & King, A.C. (2006). Differentiating behavioral tolerance and perceived alcohol impairment             in light and heavy episodic drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 30 (suppl): 6.

 

25.  McNamara, P.J., Cao, D., & King, A.C. (2007) Individual analysis of biphasic alcohol effects scale (BAES) during the rising limb. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 31 (suppl): 6.

 

26.  Kemp, L.M., Cao, D., & King, A.C. (2007). Alcohol drinking and consequences in men compared to women binge drinkers.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 31 (suppl): 6.

 

27.  King, A.C., McNamara, P.J., &  Cao, D. (2007)  Heightened alcohol stimulation and reduced sedation in binge drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 31 (suppl): 6.

 

28.  King, A.C., Vanier, C., Cao, D., & Wilcox, T. (2008). Naltrexone decreases alcohol drinking levels in smoking cessation. Alcoholism:Clinical and Experimental Research, 32 (suppl): s1.

 

29.  McNamara, P.J., & King, A.C. (2009).  Advances in retaining alcohol drinkers in longitudinal studies. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 33 (suppl): 6.

 

30.  Conrad, M.F., McNamara, P.J., & King, A.C. (2009). Effects of blinding procedures on perceived beverage content and subject alcohol response. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 33 (suppl): 6.

 

31.  Roche, D.J.O., McNamara, P.J., Cao, D., & King, A.C. (2009). Challenging “maturing out” of heavy drinking: drinking trajectories in young adult heavy and light social drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 33 (suppl): 6.

 

32.  Child, E., Liao, Y., McNamara, P., King, A.C., &de Wit, H. (2009). Acute effects of Vareniciline upon physiological and subjective responses to alcohol. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 33 (suppl): 6.

 

33.  McNamara, P.J., Butler, S.M., King, A.C.  (2010). Alcohol drinking situations predict binge drinking exacerbation in social situations.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 34 (suppl): s2.

 

34.  Foster, K. T & King, A.C.  (2010). Affective reactivity impairs psychomotor performance under the influence of alcohol.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 34 (suppl): s2.

 

35.  Roche, D.J.O. & King, A.C.  (2010).  Alcohol impairment of pro-saccadic and smooth pursuit eye movements: impact of risk factors for alcohol dependence.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 34 (suppl): s2. 

 

36.  Trela, C.J., McNamara, P.J. & King, A.C.  (2011).  What will you have?  Differences between liquor-preferring and beer-preferring heavy drinkers.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 35 (suppl): s1.

 

37.  Roche, D.J.O., Hutchison, K.E., & King, A.C.  (2011).  Polymorphisms of the cannabinoid receptor 1 gene (CNR1) are related to alcohol wanting and liking in heavy social drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and        Experimental Research, 35 (suppl): s1.

 

38.  Rueger, S.Y. & King, A.C.  (2011). Validation of the brief biphasic alcohol effects scale (B-BAES) in high-risk drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 35 (suppl): s1.