Computerized Interventions

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Personalized drinking feedback: A meta-analysis of in-person versus computer-delivered interventions; Cadigan, Jennifer 2015 The primary aim of the current meta-analysis was to identify and directly compare randomized clinical trials of in-person PFIs and computer-delivered PFIs.
Effectiveness of E-self-help interventions for curbing adult problem drinking: A meta-analysis.; Riper, Heleen2011 The objective of this meta-analysis was to assess the overall effectiveness of these eHealth interventions.
Curbing problem drinking with personalized-feedback interventions: A meta-analysis.; Riper, Heleen2009 A meta-analysis was performed to examine the overall effectiveness of brief, single-session personalized-feedback interventions without therapeutic guidance.
Computer-delivered interventions for alcohol and tobacco use: A meta-analysis. Rooke, Sally2010 To quantify the overall effectiveness of computer-delivered interventions for alcohol and tobacco use.
Computer-delivered interventions to reduce college student drinking: A meta-analysis. Carey, Kate 2009 This meta-analysis evaluates the efficacy of computer-delivered interventions (CDIs) to reduce alcohol use among college students.
Face-to-face versus computer-delivered alcohol interventions for college drinkers: A meta-analytic review, 1998 to 2010. Carey, Kate 2012 whether CDIs are efficacious and whether they produce benefits equivalent to face-to-face interventions (FTFIs) remain unclear. Therefore, we identified controlled trials of both CDIs and FTFIs and used meta-analysis (a) to determine the relative efficacy of these two approaches and (b) to test predictors of intervention efficacy.
Can stand‐alone computer‐based interventions reduce alcohol consumption? A systematic review.; Khadjesari, Zarnie2011 To determine the effects of computer-based interventions aimed at reducing alcohol consumption in adult populations.
The effectiveness of electronic screening and brief intervention for reducing levels of alcohol consumption: A systematic review and meta-analysis.; Donoghue, Kim2014 The current study aims to conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of the available literature to determine the effectiveness of eSBI over time in nontreatment-seeking hazardous/harmful drinkers.