Trends in overdose deaths from drug misuse in Europe
Speciality recognition of addiction medicine in Australia
On treatment mechanisms—what can we learn from the COMBINE study?
JOINING THE QUEUE OF DISSENTERS
DRUG TREATMENT—NOT AS USELESS AS IT SEEMS
COMBINE AND MATCH
INTERPRETATION OF THE OUTCOME OF THE COMBINE STUDY
Introduction to a series
The contribution of research to the development of a national cannabis policy in Australia
The world of drinking
Social cognition in alcoholism
ALCOHOL AND FRONTAL LOBE IMPAIRMENT
Workers' drinking patterns
The joint association of average volume of alcohol and binge drinking with hazardous driving behaviour and traffic crashes
The incidence and severity of hangover the morning after moderate alcohol intoxication
Low identification of alcohol use disorders in general practice in England
Working memory and multi-tasking in paranoid schizophrenia with and without comorbid substance use disorder
Cannabis withdrawal predicts severity of cannabis involvement at 1-year follow-up among treated adolescents
Longitudinal changes in methamphetamine and cocaine use in untreated rural stimulant users
Menstrual phase effects on smoking relapse
HOW WHEN MATTERS FOR QUITTING AND RELAPSE
The role of national policies intended to regulate adolescent smoking in explaining the prevalence of daily smoking
THE PROBLEMS OF MAKING POLICY
The cost-effectiveness of a smoking cessation program for out-patients in treatment for depression
A comparison of the Fagerström Test for Nicotine Dependence and smoking prevalence across countries
Parental smoking and smoking experimentation in childhood increase the risk of being a smoker 20 years later
ETHICS OF ALCOHOL POLICY IN BRAZIL
NO ONE CAN SERVE TWO MASTERS
RESPONSE TO DR KARI POIKOLAINEN
CONTINGENCY MANAGEMENT IN SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
RECOGNITION AND PREVENTION OF MAJOR MENTAL AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS
DISCOVERING ADDICTION
New Books
NATURE NETWORK
REVIEW OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TREATMENT FOR ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
ANTIDEPRESSANTS EFFECT IS SIGNIFICANT ONLY IN SEVERE DEPRESSION
LINK BETWEEN SMOKING AND SIDS EXPLAINED BY NEW RESEARCH
WHO REPORT ON GLOBAL TOBACCO CONTROL EFFORTS
ALCOHOL RESEARCH GROUP LIBRARIAN LAID OFF
EVIDENCE-BASED MEASURES UNDER THREAT
CONFERENCES AND EVENTS
Referees