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Paul R. Stasiewicz

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    RIA

Education

  • Ph.D.
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Data suggests that most drivers with ...
www.buffalonews.com, 31 May 2010 [cached]
Data suggests that most drivers with inflated blood-alcohol levels have driven as many as 100 times under the influence of alcohol before they eventually were caught, said Paul Stasiewicz, a research scientist at the University at Buffalo's Research Institute on Addictions and director of the institute's Clinical Research Center.
"It means they've had much practice. You simply get better at it," said Stasiewicz.
To a point, anyway.
Detours or unexpected variables on the road will throw off any driver who is under the influence, said Stasiewicz.
The chances of a traffic fatality increase dramatically when a driver involved has a blood-alcohol level of 0.16 or higher, he said.
"Tolerance goes out the window, and accidents occur," he said.
Montana's News Station, Coverage You Can Count On -Study Spotlights Emotional Triggers of Alcohol Abuse
www.kpax.com, 13 June 2005 [cached]
"Drinking alcohol is often used by people as an attempt to regulate or manage unpleasant emotions," researcher Paul R. Stasiewicz, director of the University at Buffalo's Research Institute on Addictions, explained in a prepared statement.
As part of the study, his team plans to develop a 12-session alcohol abuse treatment manual for use in clinical settings.
In the study's first phase, a special emotions-regulation manual will be created "to assist treatment providers working with clients who report using alcohol to cope with negative emotions," Stasiewicz said."The treatment manual will include multiple techniques that clients can learn to help regulate and manage their emotions or feelings without turning to alcohol."
Currently, there are no well-developed, empirically tested treatments that exclusively focus on the role of negative emotions in alcohol relapse."The long-term objective of this line of research is to make a brief, effective intervention available to clinicians that will enhance treatment for alcohol dependence and reduce relapse," Stasiewicz said.
"For people who report problem drinking ...
www.ncadd.org [cached]
"For people who report problem drinking in negative emotional situations, such as depression, anxiety or stress, we have developed a promising treatment approach that shows greater reductions in alcohol use when compared to standard treatment," says study director Paul Stasiewicz, senior research scientist at RIA.
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"The clinical techniques used in ART help patients cope more effectively with their emotions by helping people experience and deal with negative feelings in an environment that does not involve drinking," Stasiewicz says. "Patients learn to better tolerate and accept the uncomfortable experience without engaging in substance use."
The initial study showed that people who received ART in addition to CBT had greater reductions in alcohol use compared to people who received a health and wellness component with CBT.
"The results show promise and should be of interest to treatment providers who are seeking additional strategies to help those who drink in negative emotional situations," Stasiewicz says.
Paul R. Stasiewicz, Ph.D. is ...
www.news-medical.net, 30 Oct 2008 [cached]
Paul R. Stasiewicz, Ph.D. is director of RIA's Clinical Research Center and research associate professor in UB's Department of Psychiatry in the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
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www.surfcitydrugrehab.com, 21 Nov 2008 [cached]
Paul R. Stasiewicz, Ph.D. is director of RIA's Clinical Research Center and research associate professor in UB's Department of Psychiatry in the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
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