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Drugs in the Workplace: Research and Evaluation Data Volume II

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 100 [Printed in 1990]

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Introduction and Summary

Research on Drugs and the Workplace: Introduction and Summary-----3
Steven W Gust, Dennis J. Crouch, and J. Michael Walsh

Nature and Extent of Drug Use by the Workforce

Drug Use Patterns and Demographics of Employed Drug Users: Data from the 1988 NIDA Household Survey-----11
Andrea Kopstein and Joseph Gfroerer

Drugs in the Military Workplace: Results of the 1988 Worldwide Survey-----25
Robert M. Bray, Mary Ellen Marsden, J. Valley Rachal, and Michael R. Peterson

Patterns of Drug Use in a Large Metropolitan Workforce-----45
Wayne E.K. Lehman and D. Dwayne Simpson

Drug Use Trends in a Nuclear Power Facility: Data from a Random Screening Program-----63
Carl E. Osborn and Jacque Sokolov

Mandatory Post Accident Drug and Alcohol Testing for the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)-----79
David E. Moody, Dennis J. Crouch, David M. Andrenyak, Rachel P. Smith, Diana G. Wilkins, Ann M. Hoffman, and Douglas E. Rollins

Drug Use and Job Performance Indicators

Development of Repeated Acquisition Methodologies to Detect Drug-Induced Disruption in Human Learning-----99
Warren K. Bickel, Stephen T. Higgins, and John R, Hughes

Residential Laboratory Research: A Multidimensional Evaluation of the Effects of Drugs on Behavior-----113
Marian W. Fischman, Thomas H. Kelly, and Richard F. Foltin

Effects of Alcohol on Human Behavior: Implications for Workplace Performance-----129
Thomas H. Kelly, Richard W. Foltin, and Marian W. Fischman

Impact of Moderate Alcohol Consumption on Business Decision Making-----147
Sarah M. Jobs, Fred E. Fiedler, and Chad T. Lewis

Application of Human Laboratory Data for the Assessment of Performance in Workplace Settings: Practical and Theoretical Considerations-----167
Stephen J. Heishman and Jack E. Henningfield

Drug Free Workplace Program Research

1988 Bureau of Labor Statistics' Survey of Employer Anti-Drug Programs-----177
Howard V. Hayghe

Reexamining the Role of Supervisor Training-----204
Bradley Googins, Robert Schneider, and Neil Colan


NIDA's Role in Applied Research-----225
Robert L. DuPont, Jerome H. Jaffe, and Herbert D. Kleber

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----241

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