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Relapse and Recovery in Drug Abuse



NIDA Research Monograph, Number 72 [Printed in 1986]

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Preface-----V

Relapse and Recovery in Drug Abuse: An Introduction-----1
Frank M. Tims and Carl G. Leukefeld

Theories of Relapse and Recovery and Their Implications for Drug Abuse Treatment-----5
Donald R. Wesson, Barbara E. Havassy, and David E. Smith

The Drug Dependence Syndrome Concept as an Organizing Principle in the Explanation and Prediction of Relapse-----20
Thomas F. Babor, Ned L. Cooney, and Richard J. Lauerman

Acquisition, Maintenance, Cessation, and Reacquisition: An Overview and Behavioral Perspective of Relapse to Tobacco Use-----36
John Grabowski

Relapse and Recovery in Substance Abuse Careers-----49
James F. Maddux and David P. Desmond

Multivariate Description of Alcoholism Careers: A 10-Year Followup-----72
Colin Taylor, David Brown, Anni Duckitt, Griffith Edwards, Edna Oppenheimer, and Margaret Sheehan

Relapse and Recovery Among Opioid Addicts 12 Years After Treatment-----86
D. Dwayne Simpson and Kerry L. Marsh

The Process of Smoking Relapse-----104
Thomas H. Brandon, Stephen T. Tiffany, and Timothy B. Baker

Commitment to Abstinence and Relapse to Tobacco, Alcohol, and Opiates-----108
Sharon M. Hall and Barbara E. Havassy

Explaining Relapse to Opiate Addiction Following Successful Completion of Treatment-----136
William E. McAuliffe. Barry Feldman, Rob Friedman, Elaine Launer, Elizabeth Magnuson, Carl Mahoney, Susan Santangelo, and William Ward

Relapse to Use of Heroin, Cocaine, and Other Drugs in the First Year After Treatment-----157
Robert L. Hubbard and Mary Ellen Marsden

Smoking Cessation and Relapse Among Cardiac Patients-----167
George E. Bigelow, Cynthia S. Rand, Janet Gross, Thomas A. Burling, and Sheldon H. Gottlieb

Clinical Implications of Relapse Research-----172
Bruce J. Rounsaville

Relapse and Recovery: Some Directions for Research and Practice-----185
Carl G. Leukefeld and Frank M. Tims

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----191




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