Clinical Trial

Brief ROC Training Effects on Alcohol Drinking

Study Description

Brief ROC Training Effects on Alcohol Drinking

The goal of the proposed study is to examine whether a single session of training in regulation of craving (ROC-T) affects alcohol drinking. The study will consist of (1) a basic screening (phone and/or online) and an in-person visit, to determine eligibility and conduct pre-intervention baseline assessments; (2) a training (ROC-T) visit, (3) a post-intervention assessment visit, and (4) 1-2 phone/online follow-up assessments. The study will take up to 10 hours of the participants' time.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Behavioral - Regulation of craving

Participants in the ROC-T condition will be trained to use a strategy that instructs them to think of the negative outcomes associated with alcohol drinking while looking at alcohol-related images.

Behavioral - Control (NO REGULATION)

In the CONTROL condition, participants would simply observe non-alcohol-related images and allow natural responses to come

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Brief ROC Training Effects on Alcohol Drinking

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03928626

ParticipAid ID

aOYREd