|Titre :||Addiction, Vol.110, n°3 - March 2015|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/03/2015|
|Année de publication :||2015|
|Note de contenu :||
- A decade after NESARC: what has it told us? [Editorial]. Caetano R., p. 375-377.
- The National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC) - a huge resource for data and research findings [Editorial]. Hasin D., Delker E., p. 378-380.
- It's time to change the default for tobacco treatment [For debate]. Richter K.P., Ellerbeck E.F., p. 381-386.
- Implementation of a new '‘opt-out' default for tobacco treatment is urgently needed, but requires free access to evidence-based treatments. Kotz D., p. 387-388.
- Treating more smokers, more of the time, more successfully. Baker T.B., Fiore M.C., p. 388-389.
- The ethics of an opt-out default in tobacco treatment. Ashcroft R.E., p. 389-390.
- Response to commentaries: changing the treatment default will improve decision-making. Richter K.P., Ellerbeck E.F., p. 390-391.
- Understanding increases in smoking prevalence: case study from France in comparison with England 2000-10. McNeill A., Guignard R., Beck F., Marteau R., Marteau T.M., p. 392-400.
- The forest and the trees: relational and specific factors in addiction treatment. Miller W.R., Moyers T.B., p. 401-413.
- Climbing above the forest and the trees: three future directions in addiction treatment research. Bricker J.B., p. 414-415.
- Branding addiction therapies and reified specific factors. Magill M., p. 415-416.
- Where is the forest? Bergmark A., p. 416-417.
- Specific versus relational factors in addiction treatment: the forest and the trees, or just more trees? Hartmann-Boyce J., p. 417-418.
- On having and eating cake. Miller W.R., Moyers T.B., p. 418-419.
- Compared with what? An analysis of control-group types in Cochrane and Campbell reviews of psychosocial treatment efficacy with substance use disorders. Karlsson P., Bergmark A., p. 420-428.
- DSM-IV and DSM-5 alcohol use disorder among young Swiss men. Mohler-Kuo M., Foster S., Gmel G., Dey M., Dermota P., p. 429-440.
- The relationship between alcohol taxes and binge drinking: evaluating new tax measures incorporating multiple tax and beverage types. Xuan Z., Chaloupka F.J., Blanchette J.G., Nguyen T.H., Heeren T.C., Nelson T.F., et al., p. 441-450.
- Alcohol-related morbidity and mortality within siblings. Søndergaard G., Osler M., Andersen A.-M.N., Andersen P.K., Dalton S.O., Mortensen L.H., p. 451-460.
- Genomic influences on alcohol problems in a population-based sample of young adults. Edwards A.C., Aliev F., Wolen A.R., Salvatore J.E., Gardner C.O., McMahon G., et al., p. 461-470.
- Driving under the influence as a turning point? A register-based study on financial and social consequences among first-time male offenders. Oksanen A., Aaltonen M., Kivivuori J., p. 471-478.
- Drug use, health and social outcomes of hard-to-treat heroin addicts receiving supervised injectable opiate treatment: secondary outcomes from the Randomized Injectable Opioid Treatment Trial (RIOTT). Metrebian N., Groshkova T., Hellier J., Charles V., Martin A., Forzisi L., et al., p. 479-490.
- Commentary on Metrebian et al (2015): What is addiction treatment research about? Some comments on the secondary outcomes of the Randomized Injectable Opioid Treatment Trial. Uchtenhagen A., p. 491-493.
- Subtyping based on readiness and confidence: the identification of help-seeking profiles for gamblers accessing web-based counselling. Rodda S.N., Lubman D.I., Iyer R., Gao C.X., Dowling N.A., p. 494-501.
- Smoking and mortality in a prospective cohort study of elderly Chinese in Hong Kong. Lam T.H., Xu L., Schooling C.M., Chan W.M., Lee S.Y., Leung G.M., p. 502-510.
- Commentary on Lam et al. 2015: The slow hazards of smoking and the rapid benefits of cessation. Jha P., p. 511-512.
- Associations between use of pharmacological aids in a smoking cessation attempt and subsequent quitting activity: a population study. Ferguson S.G., Brown J., Frandsen M., West R., p. 513-518.
- Gender differences in the relationship between affect and adolescent smoking uptake. Audrain-McGovern J., Rodriguez D., Leventhal A.M., p. 519-529.
- Examining the role of common genetic variants on alcohol, tobacco, cannabis and illicit drug dependence: genetics of vulnerability to drug dependence. Palmer R.H.C., Brick L., Nugent N.R., Bidwell L.C., McGeary J.E., Knopik V.S., et al., p. 530-537.
- Re-analysing traffic-related mortality in São Paulo. Volpe F.M., Fantoni R., p. 538-538.
- Rethinking the debate on drinking and driving laws in São Paulo: response to the letter by Volpe & Fantoni. Andreuccetti G., de Carvalho H.B., Cherpitel C.J., Ye Y., Leyton V., p. 539-540.
- Where is the evidence? McCambridge J., Kypri K., Miller P., Hawkins B., Hastings G., p. 540-541.
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