|Titre :||Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Vol.80, n°3 - May 2019|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/05/2019|
|Année de publication :||2019|
|Note de contenu :||
- Alcohol's secondhand harms in the United States: New data on prevalence and risk factors. Nayak M.B., Patterson D., Wilsnack S.C., Karriker-Jaffe K.J., Greenfield T.K., p. 273-281.
- Policies to reduce the secondhand harms of alcohol: A commentary on Nayak et al. (2019). Andreasson S., p. 282-283.
- Toward firsthand knowledge of the secondhand effects of alcohol: A commentary on Nayak et al. (2019). Naimi T., p. 284-285.
- The variability of outcomes used in efficacy and effectiveness trials of alcohol brief interventions: A systematic review. Shorter G.W., Bray J.W., Giles E.L., O'Donnell A.J., Berman A.H., Holloway A., et al., p. 286-298.
- Prioritization of outcomes in efficacy and effectiveness of alcohol brief intervention trials: International multi-stakeholder e-Delphi consensus study to inform a core outcome set. Shorter G.W., Heather N., Bray J.W., Berman A.H., Giles E.L., O'Donnell A.J., et al., p. 299-309.
- What affects college students' decision to intervene or not intervene when someone is drinking too much? Sanem J.R., Erickson D.J., Nelson T.F., Toomey T.L., p. 310-313.
- The impact of twenty four-hour public transport in Melbourne, Australia: An evaluation of alcohol-related harms. Curtis A., Droste N., Coomber K., Guadagno B., Mayshak R., Hyder S., et al., p. 314-318.
- Characterization of DSM-IV opioid dependence among individuals of European ancestry. Brick L.A., Micalizzi L., Knopik V.S., Palmer R.H.C., p. 319-330.
- Unplanned heavy episodic and high-intensity drinking: Daily-level associations with mood, context, and negative consequences. Fairlie A.M., Cadigan J.M., Patrick M.E., Larimer M.E., Lee C.M., p. 331-339.
- Needs and norms: Testing the effects of negative interpersonal interactions, the need to belong, and perceived norms on alcohol consumption. Hamilton H.R., DeHart T., p. 340-348.
- Friend selection and influence effects for first heavy drinking episode in adolescence. Light J.M., Mills K.L., Rusby J.C., Westling E., p. 349-357.
- Dimensions of religiosity: The effects of attendance at religious services and religious faith on discontinuity in substance use. Mak H.W., p. 358-365.
- Examination of recreational and spiritual peyote use among American Indian youth. Prince M.A., O'Donnell M.B., Stanley L.R., Swaim R.C., p. 366-370.
- Is there an increased risk of criminal behavior among children who were in utero when their mothers were exposed to increased alcohol availability? A register-based study using a natural experiment setting. Thern E., Ramstedt M., Tynelius P., Rasmussen F., p. 371-379.
- "Alcohol during pregnancy? Nobody does that anymore": State legislators' use of evidence in making policy on alcohol use in pregnancy. Woodruff K., Roberts S.C.M., p. 380-388.
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Article : Périodique
G. W. SHORTER ; J. W. BRAY ; E. L. GILES ; A. J. O'DONNELL ; A. H. BERMAN ; A. HOLLOWAY ; N. HEATHER ; C. BARBOSA ; K. J. STOCKDALE ; S. J. SCOTT ; M. CLARKE ; D. NEWBURY-BIRCH |
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to characterize recent alcohol brief intervention (ABI) efficacy and effectiveness trials, summarize outcomes, and show how variability in outcomes and reporting compromises the evidence base. METHOD: A [...]
Article : Périodique
K. WOODRUFF ; S. C. M. ROBERTS |
OBJECTIVE: In recent years, U.S. states have passed many laws addressing alcohol use in pregnancy, despite limited evidence on the impact of such policies. This study explores how state legislators use evidence when making policy on alcohol use [...]