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NIDA Science & Practice Perspectives

Volume 2, Number 1 - September 2003

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Integrating Substance Abuse Treatment and Criminal Justice Supervision [pdf - 248K]
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Treating Adolescents for Substance Abuse and Comorbid Psychiatric Disorders
Paula D. Riggs, M.D.

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Rotheram-Borus, M.J., and Duan, N., 2003. Next generation of preventive interventions. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 42(5):518-526. Abstract Available

Safer, D.J.; Zito, J.M.; and Gardner, J.F., 2001. Pemoline hepatotoxicity and postmarketing surveillance. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 40(6):622-629. Abstract Available

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Targeting Nicotine Addiction in a Substance Abuse Program
James R. Sharp, Ph.D., Steven Schwartz, Ph.D. (Cand.) CASAC, Thomas Nightingale, B.S.,CASAC, and Steven Novak, M.D.

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Taylor, R.C., et al., 2000. Tobacco craving: Intensity-related effects of imagery scripts in drug abusers. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology 8(1):75-87. Abstract Available


12-Step Participation as a Pathway to Recovery: The Maryhaven Experience and Implications for Treatment and Research
Gregory S. Brigham, Ph.D.

Humphreys, K., 1999. Professional interventions that facilitate 12-step self-help group involvement. Alcohol Research & Health 23(2):93-98. Abstract Available

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Response: The Marriage of Drug Abuse Treatment and 12-step Strategies
Robert F. Forman, Ph.D., Keith Humphreys, Ph.D., J. Scott Tonigan, Ph.D.

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