|Titre :||Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Vol.72, n°4 - July 2011|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/08/2011|
|Année de publication :||2011|
|Note de contenu :||
• Parents know best, but are they accurate? Parental normative misperceptions and their relationship to students' alcohol-related outcomes. Labrie J.W., Hummer J.F., Lac A., Ehret P.J., Kenney S.R., p. 521-529.
• Evaluation of a service provider short course for prevention of fetal alcohol syndrome. Mwansa-Kambafwile J., Rendall-Mkosi K., Jacobs R., Nel E., London L., p. 530-535.
• Paternal drinking, intimate relationship quality, and alcohol consumption in pregnant ukrainian women. Bakhireva L.N., Wilsnack S.C., Kristjanson A., Yevtushok L., Onishenko S., Wertelecki W., et al., p. 536-544.
• Trait and state hostile rumination facilitate alcohol-related aggression. Borders A., Giancola P.R., p. 545-554.
• Drinking style and dating violence in a sample of urban, alcohol-using youth. Rothman E.F., Stuart G.L., Greenbaum P.E., Heeren T., Bowen D.J., Vinci R., et al., p. 555-566.
• Drug and alcohol involvement in four types of fatal crashes. Romano E., Voas R.B., p. 567-576.
• Economic analysis of methamphetamine prevention effects and employer costs. Guyll M., Spoth R., Max Crowley D., p. 577-585.
• Risk of marijuana use in male and female college student athletes and nonathletes. Buckman J.F., Yusko D.A., Farris S.G., White H.R., Pandina R.J., p. 586-591.
• Comparison of the concurrent and predictive validity of three measures of readiness to change marijuana use in a clinical sample of adolescents. Maisto S.A., Krenek M., Chung T., Martin C.S., Clark D., Cornelius J., p. 592-601.
• A comprehensive longitudinal test of the acquired preparedness model for alcohol use and related problems. Corbin W.R., Iwamoto D.K., Fromme K., p. 602-610.
• Differential relationships between continuity of care practices, engagement in continuing care, and abstinence among subgroups of patients with substance use and psychiatric disorders. Schaefer J.A., Cronkite R.C., Hu K.U., p. 611-621.
• Alcohol use and related problems among college students and their noncollege peers: the competing roles of personality and peer influence. Quinn P.D., Fromme K., p. 622-632.
• Daily relationship between event-specific drinking norms and alcohol use: a four-year longitudinal study. O'Grady M.A., Cullum J., Tennen H., Armeli S., p. 633-641.
• Effects of AlcoholEdu for College on Alcohol-Related Problems Among Freshmen: A Randomized Multicampus Trial. Paschall M.J., Antin T., Ringwalt C.L., Saltz R.F., p. 642-650.
• Neighborhood variation in adolescent alcohol use: examination of socioecological and social disorganization theories. Brenner A.B., Bauermeister J.A., Zimmerman M.A., p. 651-659.
• Six-month changes in spirituality and religiousness in alcoholics predict drinking outcomes at nine months. Robinson E.A., Krentzman A.R., Webb J.R., Brower K.J., p. 660-668.
• A longitudinal examination of alcohol pharmacotherapy adoption in substance use disorder treatment programs: patterns of sustainability and discontinuation. Abraham A.J., Knudsen H.K., Roman P.M., p. 669-677.
• Alcohol use and problem severity: associations with dual systems of self-control. Dvorak R.D., Simons J.S., Wray T.B., p. 678-684.
• Hazardous Use Should Not Be a Diagnostic Criterion for Substance Use Disorders in DSM-5. Martin C.S., Sher K.J., Chung T., p. 685-686.
• "Gray area" alcohol consumption and the U.S. Dietary Guidelines: A comment on Dawson and Grant (2011). Naimi T.S., p. 687.
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