Global ramifications of European alcohol policies
Brief interventions over the long term
A review of the published literature into cannabis withdrawal symptoms in human users
Alcohol dependence
Drug policy, an important American report and some commentaries on that report
Executive summary of the National Research Council's report ‘Informing America's policy on illegal drugs
THE FIRST AGENDA FOR DRUG ENFORCEMENT RESEARCH
TIME TO BE ‘CONFUSED’ BY FACTS?
DRUG POLICIES
MATCHING DRUG POLICY RESEARCH TO DRUG POLICY GOALS
A REPORT THAT SHOULD BECOME A WELL-THUMBED DESK COMPANION
THE BEST SHOULD NOT BE THE ENEMY OF THE GOOD
WHAT WE DON'T WANT TO KNOW KEEPS HURTING US
THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL'S REPORT ‘INFORMING AMERICA'S POLICY ON ILLEGAL DRUGS
The long-term effectiveness of brief interventions for unsafe alcohol consumption
Process and outcome changes with relapse prevention versus 12-Step aftercare programs for substance abusers
A randomized trial of a brief alcohol intervention for needle exchangers (BRAINE)
Whose drinking does the liberalization of alcohol policy increase? Change in alcohol consumption by the initial level in the Finnish panel survey in 1968 and 1969
Beyond the U-curve
Educational and occupational attainment and drinking behavior
Determining a diagnostic cut-off on the Severity of Dependence Scale (SDS) for cocaine dependence
Gender differences in the psychological determinants of cigarette smoking
Cigarette smoking is associated with increased severity of gambling problems in treatment-seeking gamblers
GETTING THE CANNABIS WITHDRAWAL QUESTION INTO PROPER PERSPECTIVE
CANNABIS PRODUCES DEPENDENCE
DEFINING THE INDEFINABLE
ADDICTION'S DECISION TO WITHDRAW A PUBLISHED PAPER FROM CITATION ON THE GROUNDS OF UNDISCLOSED CONFLICT OF INTEREST
Joy Moser, 1921–2001
Critical Incidents
A Community Reinforcement Approach to Addiction Treatment
Quantum Change
Women and Alcohol in Social Context
Substance Abuse Intervention, Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Systems Change Strategies. Helping Individuals, Families, and Groups to Empower Themselves
Insights
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