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The Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application back issues
Integrated treatment reduces costs for veterans with SUD-depression.(Comorbidity)(substance use disorder)
February 1, 2011... Veterans with comorbid substance use disorder (SUD) and depression who received Integrated Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (ICBT) had less inpatient service utilization compared with veterans who received 12-Step Facilitation Therapy (TSFT), concludes a study published in the Journal of Substance...
Computer-assisted CBT promising as adjunct in addiction treatment.(Treatment Outcomes)(cognitive-behavioral therapy)(Report)
February 1, 2011... A computerized cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) program improved the quality of coping skills and substance use outcomes compared to treatment as usual, according to a study published in the journal Addiction. Researcher Brian D. Kiluk and colleagues at Yale University School of Medicine...
Study: Girls more likely than boys to be ecstasy users.(Gender)
February 1, 2011... Ecstasy was more likely to be used by girls than by boys over a 10-year period, according to the results of a study published in Drug & Alcohol Dependence. Researcher Ping Wu, of Columbia University in New York, and colleagues reached this conclusion after using data from 10 nationally...
Study highlights racial/ethnic differences in substance use in teens.(Ethnicity)(Survey)
February 1, 2011... Hispanic students had significantly higher rates of substance use compared with their non-Hispanic peers, according to findings published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol & Drugs. Researcher Regina A. Shih, and colleagues at RAND in Arlington, Virginia, reached this conclusion after...
Brief intervention reduces alcohol use, problems among injured, dependent patients.(Treatment Approach)
February 1, 2011... A brief motivational intervention (BMI) delivered in a trauma care setting appears effective among injured patients with alcohol dependence, concludes a study published recently in Drug & Alcohol Dependence. Researcher Craig A. Field, Ph.D., of the University of Texas-Austin and...