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Psychotherapy and Counseling in the Treatment of Drug Abuse

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 104 [Printed in 1990]

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Psychotherapy and Counseling Research in Drug Abuse Treatment: Questions, Problems, and Solutions-----1
Lisa Simon Onken and Jack D. Blaine

Research Findings

Psychotherapy and Counseling for Methadone-Maintained Opiate Addicts: Results of Research Studies-----9
George E. Woody, A. Thomas McLellan, Lester Luborsky, and Charles P. O'Brien

Crack and Cocaine Abusers in Outpatient Psychotherapy-----24
Paula H. Kleinman, George E. Woody, Thomas C. Todd, Robert B. Millman, Sung-Yeon Kang, Jack Kemp, and Douglas S. Lipton

Methodological Considerations

Therapist Effects in the Treatment of Drug Dependence: Implications for Conducting Comparative Treatment Studies-----39
Paul Crits-Christoph, Katherine L. Beebe, and Mary Beth Connolly

Control Groups and Comparison Groups in Psychotherapy Outcome Research-----50
T.D. Borkovec

Attrition in Substance Abuse Comparative Treatment Research: The Illusion of Randomization-----66
Kenneth I. Howard, W. Miles Cox, and Stephen M. Saunders

Conceptualizing and Selecting Measures of Treatment Outcome: Implications for Drug Abuse Outcome Studies-----80
Michael J. Lambert

Can A Technology Model of Psychotherapy Research Be Applied to Cocaine Abuse Treatment?-----91
Kathleen Carroll and Bruce Rounsaville

Methodology: What Are the Design Issues Involved in the Defined Research Priorities?-----105
Larry E. Beutler

Research Priorities and Future Directions Research Priorities for Psychotherapy and Counseling in the Treatment of Drug Abuse: The Psychotherapy Research Perspective-----121
Perry London

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----128

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