This study will evaluate the associations and interactions between bar-lab/naturalistic drinking variables with participant characteristics in individuals with bipolar disorder and alcohol use disorder. This study includes 4 study visits over approximately 1 week. Questionnaires and clinical interview measures will be completed at study visits.
This study will examine the association between race-related stress and alcohol use disorder on alcohol craving, and stress markers. Participants who identify as African American will complete a total of three visits, including a 1-month follow-up visit. Participants will be asked to complete questionnaires about their mood, anxiety, drug use, craving, and experiences of racial discrimination. They will listen to personalized scripts about a stressful situation related to their race, a time when they drank alcohol, and a relaxing situation. Participants will also be asked to complete mobile assessments for 1 month following their last visit. These mobile assessments will include links to surveys that will be sent via text. Compensation is available.