|Titre :||Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Vol.73, n°2 - March 2012|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||23/03/2012|
|Année de publication :||2012|
|Note de contenu :||
• Parental monitoring at age 11 and subsequent onset of cannabis use up to age 17: results from a prospective study. Bohnert K.M., Anthony J.C., Breslau N., p. 173-177.
• Suicidal ideation and suicide attempt across stages of nonmedical prescription opioid use and presence of prescription opioid disorders among U.S. adults. Kuramoto S.J., Chilcoat H.D., Ko J., Martins S.S., p. 178-184.
• Twin study of the relationship between adolescent attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and adult alcohol dependence. Edwards A.C., Kendler K.S., p. 185-194.
• Comparison across two generations of prospective models of how the low level of response to alcohol affects alcohol outcomes. Schuckit M.A., Smith T.L., Kalmijn J., Trim R.S., Cesario E., Saunders G., et al., p. 195-204.
• Effects of alcohol availability, access to alcohol, and naltrexone on self-reported craving and patterns of drinking in response to an alcohol-cue availability procedure. Kruse M.I., Radnovich A.J., Kalapatapu R.K., Mehdiyoun N., Chambers R.A., Davidson D., p. 205-215.
• Predicting dropout in the first 3 months of 12-step residential drug and alcohol treatment in an Australian sample. Deane F.P., Wootton D.J., Hsu C.I., Kelly P.J., p. 216-225.
• Cost-effectiveness analysis of motivational interviewing with feedback to reduce drinking among a sample of college students. Cowell A.J., Brown J.M., Mills M.J., Bender R.H., Wedehase B.J., p. 226-237.
• Cluster analysis of undergraduate drinkers based on alcohol expectancy scores. Leeman R.F., Kulesza M., Stewart D.W., Copeland A.L., p. 238-249.
• Leisure activities, the social weekend, and alcohol use: evidence from a daily study of first-year college students. Finlay A.K., Ram N., Maggs J.L., Caldwell L.L., p. 250-259.
• Subtance use and type and severity of injury among hospitalized trauma cases: Ohio, 2004-2007. Socie E., Duffy R.E., Erskine T., p. 260-267.
• Husband and wife alcohol use as independent or interactive predictors of intimate partner violence. Testa M., Kubiak A., Quigley B.M., Houston R.J., Derrick J.L., Levitt A., et al., p. 268-276.
• Attribution of alcohol to violence-related injury: self and other's drinking in the event. Cherpitel C.J., Ye Y., Bond J., Room R., Borges G., p. 277-284.
• Brief field-based intervention to reduce alcohol-related problems among men who have sex with men. Croff J.M., Clapp J.D., Chambers C.D., Woodruff S.I., Strathdee S.A., p. 285-289.
• Patterns of alcohol use and consequences among empirically derived sexual minority subgroups. Talley A.E., Sher K.J., Steinley D., Wood P.K., Littlefield A.K., p. 290-302.
• Relation of supervisor social control to employee substance use: considering the dimensionality of social control, temporal context of substance use, and substance legality. Frone M.R., Trinidad J.R., p. 303-310.
• Increasing support for alcohol-control enforcement through news coverage of alcohol's role in injuries and crime. Slater M.D., Hayes A.F., Goodall C.E., Ewoldsen D.R., p. 311-315.
• Reducing alcohol-impaired driving in community sports clubs: evaluating the good sports program. Rowland B., Toumbourou J.W., Allen F., p. 316-327.
• Scaling properties of the combined ICD-10 dependence and harms criteria and comparisons with DSM-5 alcohol use disorder criteria among patients in the emergency department. Bond J., Ye Y., Cherpitel C.J., Borges G., Cremonte M., Moskalewicz J., et al., p. 328-336.
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K. M. BOHNERT ; J. C. ANTHONY ; N. BRESLAU |
OBJECTIVE: Smoking cannabis before adulthood is associated with subsequent adverse psychiatric outcomes and might be prevented via parenting interventions such as programs to increase parents' effective monitoring of their children. The aim of t[...]
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F. P. DEANE ; D. J. WOOTTON ; C. I. HSU ; P. J. KELLY |
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E. SOCIE ; R. E. DUFFY ; T. ERSKINE |
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to determine whether persons who were injured severely enough to require hospitalization suffered more severe injury when substance use was involved. This was accomplished by evaluating four proxy outcome[...]