Lucy Albertella
Lucy Albertella
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The effects of cannabinoid administration on sleep: a systematic review of human studies
PJ Gates, L Albertella, J Copeland
Sleep medicine reviews 18 (6), 477-487, 2014
952014
Cannabis withdrawal and sleep: A systematic review of human studies
P Gates, L Albertella, J Copeland
Substance abuse 37 (1), 255-269, 2016
382016
Selective attention moderates the relationship between attentional capture by signals of nondrug reward and illicit drug use
L Albertella, J Copeland, D Pearson, P Watson, RW Wiers, ME Le Pelley
Drug and alcohol dependence 175, 99-105, 2017
272017
Persistence of conditioned flavor preferences is not due to inadvertent food reinforcement.
L Albertella, RA Boakes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 32 (4), 386, 2006
222006
Reward-related attentional capture is associated with severity of addictive and obsessive–compulsive behaviors.
L Albertella, ME Le Pelley, SR Chamberlain, F Westbrook, LF Fontenelle, ...
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 33 (5), 495, 2019
192019
Expression of flavor preference depends on type of test and on recent drinking history.
RA Boakes, L Albertella, JA Harris
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 33 (3), 327, 2007
182007
The effectiveness of telephone counselling in the treatment of illicit drug and alcohol use concerns
P Gates, L Albertella
Journal of telemedicine and telecare 22 (2), 67-85, 2016
172016
Persistence of value-modulated attentional capture is associated with risky alcohol use
L Albertella, P Watson, M Ycel, ME Le Pelley
Addictive behaviors reports 10, 100195, 2019
152019
Mental health symptoms and their relationship to cannabis use in adolescents attending residential treatment
L Albertella, MM Norberg
Journal of psychoactive drugs 44 (5), 381-389, 2012
132012
The First mHealth App for Managing Cannabis Use: Gauging its Potential Helpfulness. J Addict Behav Ther Rehabil 3: 1
MM Norberg, SE Rooke, L Albertella, J Copeland, DJ Kavanagh
of 3, 2, 2014
102014
Short Article: Acquired Flavour Preferences: Contextual Control of Adaptation-Level Effects
L Albertella, JA Harris, RA Boakes
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (2), 227-231, 2008
102008
Compulsivity is measurable across distinct psychiatric symptom domains and is associated with familial risk and reward-related attentional capture
L Albertella, SR Chamberlain, ME Le Pelley, LM Greenwood, RSC Lee, ...
CNS spectrums 25 (4), 519-526, 2020
92020
Cannabis use in early adolescence is associated with higher negative schizotypy in females
L Albertella, ME Le Pelley, J Copeland
European Psychiatry 45, 235-241, 2017
92017
Frequent cannabis use is associated with reduced negative priming among females.
L Albertella, ME Le Pelley, J Copeland
Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology 24 (5), 313, 2016
82016
Cannabis use, schizotypy, and negative priming
L Albertella, ME Le Pelley, J Copeland
Psychiatry research 228 (3), 404-410, 2015
72015
The speed of progression towards obsessive-compulsive disorder
EM Thompson, AR Torres, L Albertella, YA Ferro, J Tiego, RG Shavitt, ...
Journal of affective disorders 264, 181-186, 2020
62020
A study on the correlates of habit-, reward-, and fear-related motivations to use alcohol in alcohol use disorder
M Piquet-Pessa, SR Chamberlain, RSC Lee, GM Ferreira, MS Cruz, ...
CNS spectrums 24 (6), 597, 2019
62019
Internet-based acceptance and commitment therapy: a transdiagnostic systematic review and meta-analysis for mental health outcomes
EM Thompson, L Destree, L Albertella, LF Fontenelle
Behavior Therapy 52 (2), 492-507, 2021
52021
Habitual versus affective motivations in obsessive-compulsive disorder and alcohol use disorder
GM Ferreira, RSC Lee, M Piquet-Pessa, GB de Menezes, ...
CNS spectrums, 1-8, 2020
52020
The cannabis information helpline: assessing interest in the medicinal use of cannabis in Australia
PJ Gates, L Albertella
Substance use & misuse 52 (12), 1634-1638, 2017
52017
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