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Behavioral Treatments for Drug Abuse and Dependence



NIDA Research Monograph, Number 137 [Printed in 1993]

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Behavioral Treatments for Drug Abuse and Dependence: Progress, Potential, and Promise-----1
Lisa Simon Onken, Jack D. Blaine, and John J. Boren

Advancing the Application of Behavioral Treatment Approaches for Drug Dependence-----5
Charles R. Schuster and Kenneth Silverman

Contingency Management in Methadone Treatment: The Case for Positive Incentives-----19
Maxine L. Stitzer, Martin Y. Iguchi, Michael Kidorf, and George E. Bigelow

Clinicwide and Individualized Behavioral Interventions in Drug Dependence Treatment-----37
John Grabowski, Howard Rhoades, Ronith Elk, Joy Schmitz, and Daniel Creson

Cue Reactivity and Cue Reactivity Interventions in Drug Dependence-----73
Anna Rose Childress, Anita V. Hole, Ronald N. Ehrman, Steven J. Robbins, A. Thomas McLellan, and Charles P. O’Brien

Treatment of Cocaine Dependence Through the Principles of Behavior Analysis and Behavioral Pharmacology-----97
Stephen T. Higgins and Alan J. Budney

Cognitive Therapy of Substance Abuse: Theoretical Rationale-----123
Fred D. Wright, Aaron T. Beck, Cory F. Newman, and Bruce S. Liese

Harm Reduction: Application to Alcohol Abuse Problems-----147
G. Alan Marlatt, Julian M. Somers, and Susan F. Tapert

Behavioral Treatments for Drug Problems: Lessons From the Alcohol Treatment Outcome Literature-----167
William R. Miller

Multisystemic Treatment of Serious Juvenile Offenders: Implications for the Treatment of Substance-Abusing Youths-----181
Scott W. Henggeler

Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder: Implications for the Treatment of Substance Abuse-----201
Marsha M. Linehan

Substance Abuse Research: Outcome Measurement Conundrums-----217
Karla Moras

Between-Group Therapy Outcome Research: Design and Methodology-----249
T.D. Borkovec

When Clinical Trials Fail: A Guide to Disaggregation-----291
Kenneth I. Howard, Merton S. Krause, and John S. Lyons

Behavioral Treatments for Drug Problems: Where Do We Go From Here?-----303
William R. Miller




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