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Population drinking and alcohol harm: what these Canadian analyses tell us
Addiction, neuroscience and ethics
THE ‘BRAIN DISEASE’ IDEA, DRUG POLICY AND RESEARCH ETHICS
ARE OVER-SIMPLIFIED VIEWS OF ADDICTION NEUROSCIENCE PROVIDING TOO SIMPLIFIED ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS?
ADDICTION, ETHICS AND SCIENTIFIC FREEDOM
Conversation with Conan Kornetsky
Alcohol consumption and fatal accidents in Canada, 1950–98
Physicians' enquiries into their patients' alcohol use: public views and recalled experiences
How important is treatment? One-year outcomes of treated and untreated alcohol-dependent individuals
Effects of nicotine deprivation on urges to drink and smoke in alcoholic smokers
The association of current smoking behavior with the smoking behavior of parents, siblings, friends and spouses
Tobacco use by university students, Lebanon, 2001
Impact of messages on concomitant use of nicotine replacement therapy and cigarettes: a randomized trial on the Internet
Perceived functions predict intensity of use and problems in young polysubstance users
Disability payments, drug use and representative payees: an analysis of the relationships
Dealing with the offer of drugs: the experiences of a sample of pre-teenage schoolchildren
Amount of self-reported illicit drug use compared to quantitative hair test results in community-recruited young drug users in Amsterdam
The role of methadone in drug-related deaths in the west of Scotland
CANNABIS, ECSTASY/MDMA AND MEMORY: A COMMENTARY ON SIMON & MATTICK'S RECENT STUDY
PSYCHOSTIMULANT USE, POLYDRUG USE AND MEMORY FUNCTIONING: A REPLY TO PARROTT ET AL.
Alcohol in Post-war Europe: Consumption, Drinking Patterns and Policy Responses in 15 European Countries
Alcohol in Developing Societies: a Public Health Approach
The Group Therapy of Substance Abuse
Drugs and Crime Deviant Pathways
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NEW PUBLICATIONS FROM THE UN OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME
WHO GROWS CANNABIS AT HOME, AND WHY?
SCOTTISH CLINICAL RESEARCH GROUP ENTERS ITS THIRD YEAR
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