|Titre :||Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Vol.75, n°1 - January 2014|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/01/2014|
|Année de publication :||2014|
|Note de contenu :||
- Drinking and parenting practices as predictors of impaired driving behaviors among U.S. adolescents. Li K., Simons-Morton B.G., Brooks-Russell A., Ehsani J., Hingson R., p. 5-15.
- Alcohol-specific parenting, adolescents' self-control, and alcohol use: a moderated mediation model. Koning I.M., van den Eijnden R.J., Vollebergh W.A., p. 16-23.
- Predictors of subgroups based on maximum drinks per occasion over six years for 833 adolescents and young adults in COGA. Schuckit M.A., Smith T.L., Danko G.P., Bucholz K.K., Agrawal A., Dick D.M., et al., p. 24-34.
- Alcohol-related morbidity and mortality following involuntary job loss: evidence from Swedish register data. Eliason M., p. 35-46.
- Educational differences in continuing or restarting drinking in early and late pregnancy: role of psychological and physical problems. Pfinder M., Kunst A.E., Feldmann R., van Eijsden M., Vrijkotte T.G., p. 47-55.
- Drugs and alcohol: their relative crash risk. Romano E., Torres-Saavedra P., Voas R.B., Lacey J.H., p. 56-64.
- Student drug testing and positive school climates: testing the relation between two school characteristics and drug use behavior in a longitudinal study. Sznitman S.R., Romer D., p. 65-73.
- Cannabis use behaviors and social anxiety: the roles of perceived descriptive and injunctive social norms. Ecker A.H., Buckner J.D., p. 74-82.
- Anxiety sensitivity, coping motives, emotion dysregulation, and alcohol-related outcomes in college women: a moderated-mediation model. Chandley R.B., Luebbe A.M., Messman-Moore T.L., Ward R.M., p. 83-92.
- Drinking motives in the prospective prediction of unique alcohol-related consequences in college students. Merrill J.E., Wardell J.D., Read J.P., p. 93-102.
- Description and predictors of positive and negative alcohol-related consequences in the first year of college. Barnett N.P., Clerkin E.M., Wood M., Monti P.M., O'Leary Tevyaw T., Corriveau D., et al., p. 103-114.
- Coping motives for drinking affect stress reactivity but not alcohol consumption in a clinical laboratory setting. Thomas S.E., Merrill J.E., von Hofe J., Magid V., p. 115-123.
- Subjective responses to alcohol in the lab predict neural responses to alcohol cues. Courtney K.E., Ray L.A., p. 124-135.
- Influence of sensation seeking on response to alcohol versus placebo: implications for the acquired preparedness model. Scott C., Corbin W.R., p. 136-144.
- Differential associations between alcohol expectancies and adolescent alcohol use as a function of childhood ADHD. Pedersen S.L., Harty S.C., Pelham W.E., Gnagy E.M., Molina B.S., p. 145-152.
- The ability of single screening questions for unhealthy alcohol and other drug use to identify substance dependence in primary care. Saitz R., Cheng D.M., Allensworth-Davies D., Winter M.R., Smith P.C., p. 153-157.
- New research findings since the 2007 Surgeon General's Call To Action To Prevent And Reduce Underage Drinking: a review. Hingson R., White A., p. 158-169.
- Polydrug use typologies and childhood maltreatment in a nationally representative survey of Danish young adults. Armour C., Shorter G.W., Elhai J.D., Elklit A., Christoffersen M.N., p. 170-178.
- Intersecting identities and substance use problems: sexual orientation, gender, race, and lifetime substance use problems. Mereish E.H., Bradford J.B., p. 179-188.
- "Physician heal thyself": results from a single-hospital pilot survey of alcohol consumption among general hospital patients and staff. Patton R., Marshall J., p. 189-190.
- In Memoriam: A tribute to Nancy Kishlar Mello. Schuckit M.A., p. 191-192.
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Article : Périodique
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to assess the association between involuntary job loss and alcohol-attributable morbidity and mortality. METHOD: Swedish linked employee-employer data were used to identify all establishment closures du[...]
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E. ROMANO ; P. TORRES-SAAVEDRA ; R. B. VOAS ; J. H. LACEY |
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to determine (a) whether among sober (blood alcohol concentration [BAC] = .00%) drivers, being drug positive increases the drivers' risk of being killed in a fatal crash; (b) whether among drinking (BAC >[...]
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R. SAITZ ; D. M. CHENG ; D. ALLENSWORTH-DAVIES ; M. R. WINTER ; P. C. SMITH |
OBJECTIVE: Single screening questions (SSQs) are recommended for the evaluation of unhealthy alcohol use and other drug use (risky use through dependence). In addition, SSQs could provide information on severity that is necessary for brief inter[...]