The importance of tobacco research focusing on marginalized groups
The future is now—using personal cellphones to gather data on substance use and related factors
Should brief interventions in primary care address alcohol problems more strongly?
The two forms of alcohol brief intervention: an uneasy coalition
Lost in translation: The perils of implementing alcohol brief intervention when there are gaps in evidence and its interpretation
Motivational interventions may have greater sustained impact if they trained imagery-based self-management
Big issues
Gambling and problem gambling in the Netherlands
Sexual orientation and alcohol problem use among UK adolescents: an indirect link through depressed mood
Are alcohol policies associated with alcohol consumption in low- and middle-income countries? *
Computerized versus in-person brief intervention for drug misuse: a randomized clinical trial
Commentary on Schwartz et al . (2014): Where next for face-to-face, person-to-person, computerized and online brief interventions for drug users?
Cross-sectional and prospective relation of cannabis potency, dosing and smoking behaviour with cannabis dependence: an ecological study
Commentary on van der Pol et al . (2014): Reconsidering the association between cannabis exposure and dependence
Catecholamine levels and delay discounting forecast drug use among African American youths
Unexpected adverse childhood experiences and subsequent drug use disorder: a Swedish population study (1995–2011)
Strategic and non-strategic problem gamblers differ on decision-making under risk and ambiguity
Commentary on Lorains et al . (2014): A potentially important advance is understanding different types of gamblers
Response to Turner
Polygenic risk scores for smoking: predictors for alcohol and cannabis use?
Commentary on Vink et al . (2014): The polygenic basis of drug use—does context matter?
Tobacco use among Norwegian adolescents: from cigarettes to snus
Commentary on Pedersen & von Soest (2014): Increasing snus use among Norwegian adolescents—evidence of harm reduction effects?
Ex-smokers are happier than current smokers among Chinese adults in Hong Kong
Change in physical activity after smoking cessation: the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) study
Randomized controlled trial to assess the short-term effectiveness of tailored web- and text-based facilitation of smoking cessation in primary care (iQuit in Practice)
Betel-quid dependence domains and syndrome associated with betel-quid ingredients among chewers: an Asian multi-country evidence
Commentary on Lee et al . (2014): Betel-quid—when East encounters West
Juha Partanen (1936–2013)
Letter from the Global Alcohol Producers Group
Addiction editors respond to Mr Leverton
African experience supports view that the global alcohol industry should have no role in the formulation of public health policies
Observations on industry involvement in public health policy in Asia-Pacific
The alcohol industry and the World Cup in Brazil
Animal Farm must give way to doublethink when studying addiction
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