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Adolescent Drug Abuse: Analyses of Treatment Research

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 77 [Printed in 1988]

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Treatment Services for Adolescent Drug Abusers: Introduction and Overview-----1
Elizabeth R. Rahdert

Assessing Adolescents Who Abuse Chemicals: The Chemical Dependency Adolescent Assessment Project-----4
Ken C. Winters and George Henley

Substance Abuse in Adolescents: Diagnostic Issues Derived From Studies of Attention Deficit Disorder With Hyperactivity-----19
Jan Loney

Empirical Guidelines for Optimal Client-Treatment Matching-----27
Reid K. Hester and William R. Miller

Family-Based Approaches to Reducing Adolescent Substance Use: Theories, Techniques, and Findings-----39
Brenna H. Bry

Parent and Peer Factors Associated with Sampling in Early Adolesence: Implications for Treatment-----69
Thomas J. Dishion, Gerald R. Patterson, and John R. Reid

Pharmacotherapy of Concomitant Psychiatric Disorders in Adolescence: Substances Abusers-----94
Barbara Geller

Treatment Validity: An Approach to Evaluating the Quality of Assessment-----113
Steven C. Hayes

Adolescent Drug Use: Suggestions for Future Research-----128
Norman A. Krasnegor

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----135

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