Jon C. Cole mainly investigates Psychiatry, Impulsivity, Addiction, Ecstasy and Clinical psychology. His primary area of study in Psychiatry is in the field of Polysubstance dependence. Jon C. Cole has included themes like Injury prevention, Cognition and Disinhibition in his Impulsivity study.
Jon C. Cole interconnects Major depressive disorder, Alcohol, Preference and Gamma hydroxybutyrate in the investigation of issues within Addiction. His research integrates issues of Drug purity, MDMA, Pharmacology and Drug in his study of Ecstasy. As a member of one scientific family, Jon C. Cole mostly works in the field of Clinical psychology, focusing on Social psychology and, on occasion, Nicotine.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Social psychology, Developmental psychology and Time perspective. His work carried out in the field of Psychiatry brings together such families of science as Alcohol and Injury prevention. He focuses mostly in the field of Injury prevention, narrowing it down to matters related to Impulsivity and, in some cases, Disinhibition.
The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive psychology and Human factors and ergonomics. His studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Cognition and Scale. His Ecstasy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Drug, MDMA and Cannabis.
His primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Time perspective, Depression, Anxiety and Consideration of future consequences. His Clinical psychology research includes elements of Mental health and Criticism. His work in Time perspective addresses subjects such as Feeling, which are connected to disciplines such as Developmental psychology, Prospective cohort study and Adolescent alcohol.
The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale research Jon C. Cole does as part of his general Depression study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Scale, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Consideration of future consequences study also includes
Jon C. Cole mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Time perspective, Feeling, Disease cluster and Parallel process. Developmental psychology combines with fields such as Clinical settings and Empiricism in his work. Jon C. Cole incorporates Time perspective and Operationalization in his research.
His Feeling study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Adolescent alcohol, Prospective cohort study and Well-being. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Disease cluster, Physical health, Northern ireland, Clinical psychology, Mental well-being and Construct. His Parallel process investigation overlaps with other areas such as Sensation seeking, Randomized controlled trial, Lower risk and Relaxation.
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Delay discounting and the alcohol Stroop in heavy drinking adolescents.
Matt Field;Paul Christiansen;Jon Cole;Andrew Goudie.
Analyses of second-generation 'legal highs' in the UK: initial findings.
Simon D. Brandt;Harry R. Sumnall;Fiona Measham;Jon Cole.
Drug Testing and Analysis (2010)
Altered states: the clinical effects of Ecstasy.
J.C. Cole;H.R. Sumnall.
Pharmacology & Therapeutics (2003)
Delay discounting and the behavioural economics of cigarette purchases in smokers: the effects of nicotine deprivation.
Matt Field;Mary Santarcangelo;Harry Sumnall;Andrew Goudie.
Multiple behavioural impulsivity tasks predict prospective alcohol involvement in adolescents.
Gordon Fernie;Margot Peeters;Matthew J. Gullo;Paul Christiansen.
Risk-taking but not response inhibition or delay discounting predict alcohol consumption in social drinkers
Gordon Fernie;Jon C. Cole;Andrew J. Goudie;Matt Field.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (2010)
The content of ecstasy tablets: implications for the study of their long-term effects.
Jon C. Cole;Mike Bailey;Harry R. Sumnall;Graham F. Wagstaff.
The pre-clinical behavioural pharmacology of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA).
Jon C Cole;Harry R Sumnall.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2003)
Analysis of NRG ‘legal highs’ in the UK: identification and formation of novel cathinones
Simon D. Brandt;Sally Freeman;Harry Robin Sumnall;Fiona Measham.
Drug Testing and Analysis (2011)
The varieties of ecstatic experience: an exploration of the subjective experiences of ecstasy.
Harry R. Sumnall;Jon C. Cole;Lisa Jerome.
Journal of Psychopharmacology (2006)
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