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Difficulty controlling impulsive behaviors when experiencing negative emotions is a prominent risk factor for hazardous alcohol use, and prior research suggests that drinking to cope may mediate this association. The present study examines this possibility prospectively in a sample of 490 young adult women between the ages of 18 and 25. Participants completed measures of emotion-driven impulse control difficulties, drinking to cope, and hazardous alcohol use at six time points over the coursedoi:10.1037/adb0000127 pmid:26502334 pmcid:PMC4768461 fatcat:j5bd5bal5zhuznszm3stzqvs44