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We mailed a questionnaire to the directors of a nationwide sample of substance abuse service agencies in England, Wales, and Scotland (response rate 70%; 436 of 623 potential respondents) to assess the acceptance and availability of both controlled drinking and controlled drug use, and to examine...
While at-risk adolescents smoke at higher rates than other adolescents, nicotine is often omitted from inquiry in studies involving delinquent youth. To address this limitation, the current study used a qualitative approach to investigate the beliefs associated with cigarette smoking trends among...
Motivational Interviewing (MI) and its offshoots such as the Drinker's Check-up and Motivational Enhancement Therapy have become enormously popular in scientific and addiction treatment circles over the past decade. This article first addresses the reasons for this popularity and suggests that it...