|Titre :||Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Vol.71, n°4 - July 2010|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/08/2010|
|Année de publication :||2010|
|Note de contenu :||
- Violent and nonviolent suicide in veterans with substance-use disorders, Ilgen M. A., Conner K. R., Valenstein M., Austin K., Blow F. C., p. 473-479.
- Birth-cohort trends in lifetime and past-year prescription opioid-use disorder resulting from nonmedical use: results from two national surveys, Martins S. S., Keyes K. M., Storr C. L., Zhu H., Grucza R. A., p. 480-487.
- School-level substance use: effects on early adolescents' alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana use, Mrug S., Gaines J., Su W., Windle M., p. 488-495.
- Incidence of alcoholism in the revisited Lundby population, 1947-1997, Mattisson C., Bogren M., Horstmann V., Ojesjo L., p. 496-505.
- Spouses of older adults with late-life drinking problems: health, family, and social functioning, Moos R. H., Brennan P. L., Schutte K. K., Moos B. S., p. 506-514.
- Relationship of life-course drinking patterns to diabetes, heart problems, and hypertension among those 40 and older in the 2005 U.S. National Alcohol Survey, Kerr W. C., Ye Y., p. 515-525.
- Workplace substance-use norms as predictors of employee substance use and impairment: a survey of U.S. workers, Frone M. R., Brown A. L., p. 526-534.
- Preventing alcohol use among late adolescent urban youth: 6-year results from a computer-based intervention, Schwinn T. M., Schinke S. P., p. 535-538.
- Parenting style, religiosity, peers, and adolescent heavy drinking, Bahr S. J., Hoffmann J. P., p. 539-543.
- Time-varying associations between conduct problems and alcohol use in adolescent girls: the moderating role of race, Loeber R., Stepp S. D., Chung T., Hipwell A. E., White H. R., p. 544-553.
- Comparing numbers of drinks: college students' reports from retrospective summary, followback, and prospective daily diary measures, Patrick M. E., Lee C. M., p. 554-561.
- Effect of cues associated with an alcoholic beverage on executive function, Birak K. S., Terry P., Higgs S., p. 562-569.
- Affective and personality risk and cognitive mediators of initial adolescent alcohol use, Bekman N. M., Cummins K., Brown S. A., p. 570-580.
- Family member involvement in relapse prevention improves alcohol dependence outcomes: a prospective study at an addiction treatment facility in India, Nattala P., Leung K. S., Nagarajaiah, Murthy P., p. 581-587.
- The reciprocal influences of perceived risk for alcoholism and alcohol use over time: evidence for aversive transmission of parental alcoholism, Haller M. M., Chassin L., p. 588-596.
- Theoretical and observed subtypes of DSM-IV alcohol- and cannabis-use disorders in the Australian population, Mcbride O., Teesson M., Slade T., Baillie A., p. 597-606.
- Item response theory analysis of DSM-IV criteria for inhalant-use disorders in adolescents, Perron B. E., Vaughn M. G., Howard M. O., Bohnert A., Guerrero E., p. 607-614.
- Adolescent drinking, Epstein D. H., p. 615-616; author reply 616-618.
- Recall bias in case-crossover designs studying the potential influence of alcohol consumption, Gerlich M. G., Rehm J., p. 619; author reply 620-611.
- Studying associations between alcohol and acute events: problems and promise, Vinson D. C., p. 622-623.
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S. MRUG ; J. GAINES ; W. SU ; M. WINDLE |
OBJECTIVE: School-level use of tobacco and alcohol are related to individual students' use in high school, but few studies have examined the effects of school-level substance use in early adolescence. In addition, little is known about factors m[...]
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T. M. SCHWINN ; S. P. SCHINKE |
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