Antover P. Tuliao, Ph.D.
Phone: (806) 834-6632
Office: CCRC 206
Dr. Tuliao's research interest broadly focuses on substance use disorders, in particular its underlying mechanism, treatment, and reduction/prevention of substance use-related harm. Working under the assumption that SUD is an executive control dysfunction, his research focuses on biases in decisional processes that drive the inability to control both substance use and subsequent problematic behavior. Dr. Tuliao's current research projects include examining decisional processes underlying alcohol-involved sexual assault among college students. In addition to decision processes, Dr. Tuliao also studies the impact of culture on SUD, its symptom expression, and treatment. He believes that understanding cultural factors could inform SUD treatment and improve help-seeking behaviors and treatment utilization. Current research on this area includes a cross-cultural study on drinking behaviors and cognitions between the U.S. and the Philippines.
- Tuliao, A. P., Hoffman, L., & McChargue, D. E. (2017). Measuring individual differences in responses to date‐rape vignettes using latent variable models. Aggressive Behavior, 43(1), 60-73.
- Tuliao, A. P., Landoy, B. V. N., & McChargue, D. E. (2016). Factor structure and invariance test of the alcohol use disorder identification test (AUDIT): Comparison and further validation in a US and Philippines college student sample. Journal of ethnicity in substance abuse, 15(2), 127-143.
- Tuliao, A. P., Jaffe, A. E., & McChargue, D. E. (2016). Alcohol expectancies, posttraumatic stress disorder, and alcohol use in college students with a history of childhood trauma. Journal of dual diagnosis, 12(1), 4-14.
- Tuliao, A. P., & McChargue, D. (2014). Problematic alcohol use and sexual assault among male college students: The moderating and mediating roles of alcohol outcome expectancies. The American Journal on Addictions, 23(4), 321-328.
- Tuliao, A.P., & Liwag, M.E.C.D. (2011). Predictors of Relapse in Filipino Male Methamphetamine Users: A Mixed Methods Approach. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, 10 (2), 162 – 179.