|Titre :||Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Vol.72, n°5 - September 2011|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||18/10/2011|
|Année de publication :||2011|
|Note de contenu :||
• Sexual assault and substance use in male veterans receiving a brief alcohol intervention. Cucciare M.A., Ghaus S., Weingardt K.R., Frayne S.M., p. 693-700.
• Association between adolescent drinking and adult violence: evidence from a longitudinal study of urban African Americans. Green K.M., Doherty E.E., Zebrak K.A., Ensminger M.E., p. 701-710.
• Parental problem drinking, marital aggression, and child emotional insecurity: a longitudinal investigation. Keller P.S., Gilbert L.R., Koss K.J., Cummings E.M., Davies P.T., p. 711-722.
• Alcohol and homicide in Russia and the United States: a comparative analysis. Landberg J., Norstrom T., p. 723-730.
• Fire fatality and alcohol intake: analysis of key risk factors. Bruck D., Ball M., Thomas I.R., p. 731-736.
• Marked decline in 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) based on wastewater analysis. Chen C., Kostakis C., Harpas P., Felgate P.D., Irvine R.J., White J.M., p. 737-740.
• Childhood risk factors for early-onset drinking. Donovan J.E., Molina B.S., p. 741-751.
• Different phenotypic and genotypic presentations in alcohol dependence: age at onset matters. Chen Y.C., Prescott C.A., Walsh D., Patterson D.G., Riley B.P., Kendler K.S., et al., p. 752-762.
• Men's and women's pathways to adulthood and associated substance misuse. Oesterle S., Hawkins J.D., Hill K.G., p. 763-773.
• Hospitalizations for alcohol and drug overdoses in young adults ages 18-24 in the United States, 1999-2008: results from the nationwide inpatient sample. White A.M., Hingson R.W., Pan I.J., Yi H.Y., p. 774-786.
• Psychosocial correlates of alcohol use and reduction for individuals with hepatitis C. Perzynski A.T., McCormick R., Webster N.J., Blixen C.E., Kanuch S., Thomas C.L., et al., p. 787-798.
• Racial/ethnic differences in the etiology of alcohol use among urban adolescents. Tobler A.L., Livingston M.D., Komro K.A., p. 799-810.
• Psychometric performance of DSM-IV alcohol use disorders in young adulthood: evidence from an Australian general population sample. Mewton L., Teesson M., Slade T., Cottler L., p. 811-822.
• Multisite cost analysis of a school-based voluntary alcohol and drug prevention program. Kilmer B., Burgdorf J.R., D'Amico E.J., Miles J., Tucker J., p. 823-832.
• Descriptive drinking norms: for whom does reference group matter? Larimer M.E., Neighbors C., LaBrie J.W., Atkins D.C., Lewis M.A., Lee C.M., et al., p. 833-843.
• They drink how much and where? Normative perceptions by drinking contexts and their association to college students' alcohol consumption. Lewis M.A., Litt D.M., Blayney J.A., Lostutter T.W., Granato H., Kilmer J.R., et al., p. 844-853.
• Attachment avoidance and anxiety as predictors of 12-step group engagement. Jenkins C.O., Tonigan J.S., p. 854-863.
• Twelve-step program attendance and polysubstance use: interplay of alcohol and illicit drug use. Tonigan J.S., Beatty G.K., p. 864-871.
• Gender differences in outcome at 2-year follow-up of treated bipolar and depressed alcoholics. Farren C.K., Snee L., McElroy S., p. 872-880.
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