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The Economic Costs of Alcohol and Drug Abuse in the United States - 1992

Table 4.25

Studies on Drug and Alcohol Abuse-Induced Mental Illness

Drug Substance Relationship Mental Illness Disorder Citation
Cocaine and amphetamine Associated Bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa Hudson et al. 1992.
Cocaine and marijuana Associated Obsessive-compulsive disorder Crum and Anthony 1993
Cocaine Associated Panic attacks Rosen and Kosten 1992
Cocaine Associated Panic disorder Louie et al. 1989
Cocaine and phencyclidine (PCP) Can cause Panic disorder Price and Giannini 1987
Cocaine Can cause Panic disorder Aronson and Craig 1986
Opiates Associated Major and minor depression Croughan et al. 1982
Alcohol Induce Depression and temporary organic brain syndrome Schuckit 1983
Alcohol Associated Depression Powell et al. 1982
Alcohol Associated Depression Schuckit 1986
Alcohol and drugs Can produce Depression, anxiety, psychoses, and personality disorders Miller and Gold 1991
Phencyclidine (PCP) Associated Acute psychiatric exacerbations Yago et al. 1981

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