|Titre :||Addiction, Vol.110, n°10 - October 2015|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/10/2015|
|Année de publication :||2015|
|Note de contenu :||
- 'Everything works': the need to address confirmation bias in evaluations of drug misuse prevention interventions for adolescents [Editorial]. Gorman D.M., p. 1539-1540.
- Red flags on pinkwashed drinks: contradictions and dangers in marketing alcohol to prevent cancer. Mart S., Giesbrecht N., p. 1541-1548.
- An experimental investigation of reactivity to ecological momentary assessment frequency among adults trying to quit smoking. McCarthy D.E., Minami H., Yeh V.M., Bold K.W., p. 1549-1560.
- Commentary on McCarthy et al. (2015): Ecological momentary assessment?-?Reactivity? Intervention? Shiffman S., p. 1561-1562.
- Reliability of a retrospective decade-based life-course alcohol consumption questionnaire administered in later life. Bell S., Britton A., p. 1563-1573.
- The effects of liquor licensing restriction on alcohol-related violence in NSW, 2008-13. Menéndez P., Tusell F., Weatherburn D., p. 1574-1582.
- The economic downturn probably reduced violence far more than licensing restrictions. Shepherd J., Page N., p. 1583-1584.
- Postulation is no substitute for evidence: a rejoinder to Shepherd & Page. Weatherburn D., Menéndez P., Tusell F., p. 1584-1585.
- The effectiveness of brief alcohol interventions delivered by community pharmacists: randomized controlled trial. Dhital R., Norman I., Whittlesea C., Murrells T., McCambridge J., p. 1586-1594.
- Adolescents from affluent city districts drink more alcohol than others. Pedersen W., Bakken A., von Soest T., p. 1595-1604.
- Changes in daily substance use among people experiencing homelessness and mental illness: 24-month outcomes following randomization to Housing First or usual care. Somers J.M., Moniruzzaman A., Palepu A., p. 1605-1614.
- Commentary on Somers et al. (2015): Housing First - a platform for recovery? Henwood B., p. 1615-1616.
- Impact of opioid substitution therapy for Scotland's prisoners on drug-related deaths soon after prisoner release. Bird S.M., Fischbacher C.M., Graham L., Fraser A., p. 1617-1624.
- Can cannabis use be prevented by targeting personality risk in schools? Twenty-four-month outcome of the adventure trial on cannabis use: a cluster-randomized controlled trial. Mahu I.T., Doucet C., O'Leary-Barrett M., Conrod P.J., p. 1625-1633.
- Commentary on Mahu et al. (2015): 'For every complex problem there is a simple solution - is it always wrong?' (paraphrasing George Bernard Shaw). Kaminer Y., p. 1634-1635.
- Licit and illicit substance use among people who inject drugs and the association with subsequent suicidal attempt. Artenie A.A., Bruneau J., Roy É., Zang G., Lespérance F., Renaud J., et al., p. 1636-1643.
- Naloxone-does over-antagonism matter? Evidence of iatrogenic harm after emergency treatment of heroin/opioid overdose. Neale J., Strang J., p. 1644-1652.
- Are predictors of making a quit attempt the same as predictors of 3-month abstinence from smoking? Findings from a sample of smokers recruited for a study of computer-tailored smoking cessation advice in primary care. Kale D., Gilbert H.M., Sutton S., p. 1653-1664.
- Commentary on Kale et al. (2015): Further perspectives on the cognitive and demographic variables relevant to smoking cessation and the importance of smoking outcome expectancies. Gottlieb J.C., Cohen L.M., p. 1665-1666.
- Effect of reducing the nicotine content of cigarettes on cigarette smoking behavior and tobacco smoke toxicant exposure: 2-year follow up. Benowitz N.L., Nardone N., Dains K.M., Hall S.M., Stewart S., Dempsey D., et al., p. 1667-1675.
- Intervention study for smoking cessation in Spanish college students: pragmatic randomized controlled trial. Pardavila-Belio M.I., García-Vivar C., Pimenta A.M., Canga-Armayor A., Pueyo-Garrigues S., Canga-Armayor N., p. 1676-1683.
- Commentary on Pardavila-Belio et al. (2015): Reporting on randomized control trials or giving details on how the cake was made-the list of ingredients and the implementation process. Martinez C., Fernandez E., p. 1684-1685.
- Research letter on e-cigarette cancer risk was so misleading it should be retracted. Bates C.D., Farsalinos K.E., p. 1686-1687.
- Formaldehyde from e-cigarettes-it's not as simple as some suggest. Pankow J.F., Strongin R.m., Peyton D.H., p. 1687-1688.
- E-cigarettes need to be tested for safety under realistic conditions. Bates C.D., Farsalinos K.E., p. 1688-1689.
- The odds of ceasing to smoke tobacco. Pinto L.M., Banka R., p. 1689-1690.
- Do we have sufficient information to optimally inform regulatory or other policy decisions about medications containing codeine? Parry C.D.H., Deluca P., Cooper R., Van Hout M.C., p. 1690-1691.
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