|Titre :||Addiction, Vol.107, n°1 - January 2012|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/01/2012|
|Année de publication :||2012|
|Note de contenu :||
• National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guideline: psychosis with coexisting substance misuse. Abou Saleh M., Crome I., p. 1-3.
• Addressing the deluge of early release prisoners into US communities. Korcha R.A., Polcin D.L., p. 4-5.
• Is alcohol dependence best viewed as a chronic relapsing disorder? [For debate]. Cunningham J.A., McCambridge J., p. 6-12.
• Misleading conclusions from clinical research [Commentary]. Andreasson S., p. 13-14.
• Does definition matter? Is a concept of chronic, relapsing disorders a source of dominant policy and treatment paradigm or its reflection? [Commentary]. Moskalewicz J., p. 14-15.
• The alcohol dependence concept is not as useful for science as it is for practice [Commentary]. Tucker J.A., p. 15-16.
• Where are we going? A further question for the addiction field [Commentary]. Cunningham J.A., McCambridge J., p. 16-17.
• Conversation with Ian Stolerman. 18-26.
• Ketamine use: a review. Morgan C.J., Curran H.V., p. 27-38.
• The effectiveness of interventions for reducing stigma related to substance use disorders: a systematic review. Livingston J.D., Milne T., Fang M.L., Amari E., p. 39-50.
• Alcohol consumption and the intention to engage in unprotected sex: systematic review and meta-analysis of experimental studies. Rehm J., Shield K.D., Joharchi N., Shuper P.A., p. 51-59.
• The distribution of alcohol consumption and the prevention paradox in Brazil. Caetano R., Mills B., Pinsky I., Zaleski M., Laranjeira R., p. 60-68.
• Commentary on Caetano et al. (2012): Beyond exhortations for drinkers to drink less. Stockwell T., p. 69-70.
• Alcohol use, heavy episodic drinking and subsequent problems among adolescents in 23 European countries: does the prevention paradox apply? Danielsson A.K., Wennberg P., Hibell B., Romelsjo A., p. 71-80.
• Working hours and alcohol problems in early adulthood. Gibb S.J., Fergusson D.M., Horwood L.J., p. 81-88.
• Intelligence quotient (IQ) in adolescence and later risk of alcohol-related hospital admissions and deaths-37-year follow-up of Swedish conscripts. Sjolund S., Allebeck P., Hemmingsson T., p. 89-97.
• Alcohol consumption, problem drinking, abstention and disability pension award. The Nord-Trondelag Health Study (HUNT). Skogen J.C., Knudsen A.K., Mykletun A., Nesvag S., Overland S., p. 98-108.
• Women's alcohol consumption and risk for alcohol-exposed pregnancies in Russia. Balachova T., Bonner B., Chaffin M., Bard D., Isurina G., Tsvetkova L., et al., p. 109-117.
• Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of human immunodeficiency virus among pregnant women using injecting drugs in Ukraine, 2000-10. Thorne C., Semenenko I., Malyuta R., p. 118-128.
• Commentary on Thorne et al. (2012): HIV prevention and treatment in female injection drug users - a work in progress. Hershow R.C., p. 129-130.
• Sertraline delays relapse in recently abstinent cocaine-dependent patients with depressive symptoms. Oliveto A., Poling J., Mancino M.J., Williams D.K., Thostenson J., Pruzinsky R., et al., p. 131-141.
• A prospective, randomized, multicenter acceptability and safety study of direct buprenorphine/naloxone induction in heroin-dependent individuals. Amass L., Pukeleviciene V., Subata E., Almeida A.R., Pieri M.C., D'Egidio P., et al., p. 142-151.
• Positive impact of hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatment on antiretroviral treatment adherence in human immunodeficiency virus-HCV coinfected patients: one more argument for expanded access to HCV treatment for injecting drug users. Roux P., Fugon L., Winnock M., Salmon-Ceron D., Lacombe K., Sogni P., et al., p. 152-159.
• Childhood impulsive behavior and problem gambling by adulthood: a 30-year prospective community-based study. Shenassa E.D., Paradis A.D., Dolan S.L., Wilhelm C.S., Buka S.L., p. 160-168.
• The association between seeing retail displays of tobacco and tobacco smoking and purchase: findings from a diary-style survey. Burton S., Clark L., Jackson K., p. 169-175.
• Commentary on Burton et al. (2012): The influence of tobacco retail merchandising on tobacco consumption. Dewhirst T., p. 176-177.
• Genetic variants in the serotonin transporter influence the efficacy of bupropion and nortriptyline in smoking cessation. Quaak M., van Schayck C.P., Postma D.S., Wagena E.J., van Schooten F.J., p. 178-187.
• Cigarette price, affordability and smoking prevalence in the European Union. Bogdanovica I., Murray R., McNeill A., Britton J., p. 188-196.
• Cessation assistance reported by smokers in 15 countries participating in the International Tobacco Control (ITC) policy evaluation surveys. Borland R., Li L., Driezen P., Wilson N., Hammond D., Thompson M.E., et al., p. 197-205.
• Psychological dysregulation, white matter disorganization and substance use disorders in adolescence. Clark D.B., Chung T., Thatcher D.L., Pajtek S., Long E.C., p. 206-214.
• Mortality among substance-using mothers in California: a 10-year prospective study. Hser Y.I., Kagihara J., Huang D., Evans E., Messina N., p. 215-222.
• Joseph Vincent Brady (1922-2011): Behavioral neuropharmacologist, but so much more. Jaffe J.H., p. 223-224.
• A randomized experiment to examine unintended consequences of dietary supplement use among daily smokers: taking supplements reduces self-regulation of smoking. Wallace T.C., Mackay D., p. 225.
• The spur for health or hedonism: a reply to wallace and mackay (2012). Chiou W.B., p. 225-226.
• Payment by results can increase the availability of smoking cessation services while improving quality and equity. Wyatt S., p. 226-227.
• Payment by results in smoking cessation. West R., p. 227-228.
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