A decade after NESARC: what has it told us?
The National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC)—a huge resource for data and research findings
It's time to change the default for tobacco treatment
Implementation of a new ‘opt-out’ default for tobacco treatment is urgently needed, but requires free access to evidence-based treatments
Treating more smokers, more of the time, more successfully
The ethics of an opt-out default in tobacco treatment
Response to commentaries: changing the treatment default will improve decision-making
Understanding increases in smoking prevalence: case study from France in comparison with England 2000–10
The forest and the trees: relational and specific factors in addiction treatment
Climbing above the forest and the trees: three future directions in addiction treatment research
Branding addiction therapies and reified specific factors
Where is the forest?
Specific versus relational factors in addiction treatment: the forest and the trees, or just more trees?
On having and eating cake
Compared with what? An analysis of control-group types in Cochrane and Campbell reviews of psychosocial treatment efficacy with substance use disorders
DSM-IV and DSM-5 alcohol use disorder among young Swiss men
The relationship between alcohol taxes and binge drinking: evaluating new tax measures incorporating multiple tax and beverage types
Alcohol-related morbidity and mortality within siblings
Genomic influences on alcohol problems in a population-based sample of young adults
Driving under the influence as a turning point? A register-based study on financial and social consequences among first-time male offenders
Drug use, health and social outcomes of hard-to-treat heroin addicts receiving supervised injectable opiate treatment: secondary outcomes from the Randomized Injectable Opioid Treatment Trial (RIOTT)
Commentary on Metrebian et al (2015): What is addiction treatment research about? Some comments on the secondary outcomes of the Randomized Injectable Opioid Treatment Trial
Subtyping based on readiness and confidence: the identification of help-seeking profiles for gamblers accessing web-based counselling
Smoking and mortality in a prospective cohort study of elderly Chinese in Hong Kong
Commentary on Lam et al . 2015: The slow hazards of smoking and the rapid benefits of cessation
Associations between use of pharmacological aids in a smoking cessation attempt and subsequent quitting activity: a population study
Gender differences in the relationship between affect and adolescent smoking uptake
Examining the role of common genetic variants on alcohol, tobacco, cannabis and illicit drug dependence: genetics of vulnerability to drug dependence
Re-analysing traffic-related mortality in São Paulo
Rethinking the debate on drinking and driving laws in São Paulo: response to the letter by Volpe & Fantoni
Where is the evidence?
Understanding Hard to Maintain Behaviour Change: A Dual Approach
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