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Adolescent Drug Abuse: Clinical Assessment and Therapeutic Interventions

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 156 [Printed in 1995]

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Advances in Adolescent Drug Abuse Treatment-----1
Elizabeth Rahdert and Dorynne Czechowicz

Identifying High-Risk Youth: Prevalence and Patterns of Adolescent Drug Abuse-----7
Michael D. Newcomb

Service Delivery Strategies for Treating High-Risk Youth: Delinquents, Homeless, Runaways, and Sexual Minorities-----39
James A. Farrow

Adolescent Substance Use Disorder with Conduct Disorder and Comorbid Conditions-----49
Thomas J. Crowley and Paula D. Riggs

Physical Health Problems Associated with Adolescent Substance Abuse-----112
Patricia Kokotailo

AIDS, Drugs, and the Adolescent-----130
Elizabeth Steel

Current Issues and Future Needs in the Assessment of Adolescent Drug Abuse-----146
Ken C. Winters and Randy D. Stinchfield

Cultural Competence in Assessing Hispanic Youths and Families: Challenges in the Assessment of Treatment Needs and Treatment Evaluation for Hispanic Drug-Abusing Adolescents-----172
William M. Kurtines and José Szapocznik

Therapeutic Communities for Adolescents-----190
Nancy Jainchill, Gauri Bhattacharya, and John Yagelka

Family-Based Treatment for Adolescent Drug Use: State of the Science-----218
Howard A. Liddle and Gayle A. Dakof

Skills Training for Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents-----255
James A. Hall

Pharmacotherapy for Adolescents with Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders-----291
Yifrah Kaminer

Youth Evaluation Services (YES): Assessment, Systems of Referral, and Treatment Effects-----325
Frances K. Del Boca, Thomas F. Babor, and Margaret Anne McLaney

Posttreatment Services for Chemically Dependent Adolescents-----341
Sherilynn F. Spear and Sharon Y. Skala

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