|Titre :||Addiction, Vol.107, n°7 - July 2012|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||21/06/2012|
|Année de publication :||2012|
|Note de contenu :||
• Open wide! Dental settings are an untapped resource for substance misuse screening and brief intervention [Editorial]. McRee B., p. 1197-1198.
• What are the public policy implications of a neurobiological view of addiction? [Editorial] Gartner C.E., Carter A., Partridge B., p. 1199-1200.
• Why don't northern American solutions to drinking and driving work in southern America? [For debate] Pechansky F., Chandran A., p. 1201-1206.
• The road may be long, but you are on your way. Caetano R., p. 1207-1208.
• The advocacy factor: the importance of grassroots movements in support of dwi policies. Pinsky I., p. 1208-1209.
• Developing countries ignore drinking and driving problems at their own peril. Obot I.S., p. 1209-1210.
• Achieving international progress on alcohol and traffic safety. Mann R.E., Wickens C.M., p. 1210-1211.
• Response to commentaries. Pechansky F., Chandran A., p. 1211-1213.
• Addiction research centres and the nurturing of creativity; the research institute on addictions, university at buffalo. Connors G.J., Walitzer K.S., p. 1214-1220.
• The co-occurring use and misuse of cannabis and tobacco: a review. Agrawal A., Budney A.J., Lynskey M.T., p. 1221-1233.
• Time pattern of reduction in risk of oesophageal cancer following alcohol cessation-a meta-analysis. Jarl J., Gerdtham U.G., p. 1234-1243.
• Commentary on Jarl & Gerdtham (2012): Further evidence of the reversal of alcohol-related risk of oesophageal cancer after alcohol cessation. Popova S., Rehm J., p. 1244-1245.
• The cardioprotective association of average alcohol consumption and ischaemic heart disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Roerecke M., Rehm J., p. 1246-1260.
• Commentary on Roerecke & Rehm (2012): The state of the science on moderate drinking and health-a case of heterogeneity in and heterogeneity out? Stockwell T., p. 1261-1262.
• Multi-level analysis of alcohol-related injury and drinking pattern: emergency department data from 19 countries*(dagger). Cherpitel C.J., Ye Y., Bond J., Borges G., Chou P., Nilsen P., et al., p. 1263-1272.
• Does alcohol consumption really affect asymmetry perception? A three-armed placebo-controlled experimental study. Halsey L.G., Huber J.W., Hardwick J.C., p. 1273-1279.
• Beer a no-go: learning to stop responding to alcohol cues reduces alcohol intake via reduced affective associations rather than increased response inhibition. Houben K., Havermans R.C., Nederkoorn C., Jansen A., p. 1280-1287.
• Co-occurrence of sexual risk behaviors and substance use across emerging adulthood: evidence for state- and trait-level associations*. King K.M., Nguyen H.V., Kosterman R., Bailey J.A., Hawkins J.D., p. 1288-1296.
• Topiramate for the treatment of methamphetamine addiction: a multi-center placebo-controlled trial. Elkashef A., Kahn R., Yu E., Iturriaga E., Li S.H., Anderson A., et al., p. 1297-1306.
• Commentary on Elkashef et al. (2012): Just enough efficacy for a second look. Vocci F., p. 1307-1308.
• Does smoking cannabis affect work commitment? Hyggen C., p. 1309-1315.
• Commentary on Hyggen (2012): Subtle perils of large general population surveys. Hammersley R., p. 1316-1317.
• The rising prevalence of prescription opioid injection and its association with hepatitis C incidence among street-drug users. Bruneau J., Roy E., Arruda N., Zang G., Jutras-Aswad D., p. 1318-1327.
• Commentary on Bruneau et al. (2012): Injection of prescription opioid pain relievers and infectious disease risk. Hadland S.E., Wood E., p. 1328-1329.
• What would menthol smokers do if menthol in cigarettes were banned? Behavioral intentions and simulated demand. O'Connor R.J., Bansal-Travers M., Carter L.P., Cummings K.M., p. 1330-1338.
• Commentary on O'Connor et al. (2012): Planning to effectively ban menthol cigarettes. Hersey J., p. 1339-1340.
• Prescribing of nicotine replacement therapy to cardiovascular disease patients in England. Langley T.E., Szatkowski L., McNeill A., Coleman T., Lewis S., p. 1341-1348.
• Continuing to wear nicotine patches after smoking lapses promotes recovery of abstinence. Ferguson S.G., Gitchell J.G., Shiffman S., p. 1349-1353.
• Predictors of successful short-term tobacco cessation in UK resident female Bangladeshi tobacco chewers. Croucher R., Shanbhag S., Dahiya M., Kassim S., McNeill A., p. 1354-1358.
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