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Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, like other antidepressants, generally are considered free of risk for abuse. There is, however, some evidence that MAOIs possess dependence and abuse potential for some patients. We will review the available literature and describe three current cases....
The aims of this study were to: a) Identify factors reflecting reasons for drinking and expectancies regarding the effects of drinking among inpatient alcoholics; b) Examine the relationship between these cognitive “motivations” for drinking and both patterns of alcohol consumption and...
Two-hundred thirty-one alcohol-using college students completed a questionnaire on their levels of alcohol use, moderate to severe problems with alcohol use, expectations of the effects of alcohol on their own and others″ moods and behaviors, the desirability of these effects, norms of...
This investigation tested the Associative Group Analysis (AGA) for its analytic sensitivity in assessing perceptions and attitudes and in mapping changes in cognitive organization indicative of substance abuse. Based on inferences drawn from the distributions of thousands of spontaneous, free...
This paper examines the sexual behaviors of 255 intravenous drug users (IVDUs) to assess the potential for the sexual transmission of HIV and to examine differences in sexual behaviors between in- and out-of-treatment IVDUs. In-treatment subjects (N = 152) were a random sample of clients at a...
The relationship of alcoholics″ perceptions of the pretreatment functioning of their families to drinking outcomes during an 18-month follow-up was examined. Family functioning was hypothesized to be predictive of drinking behavior, particularly in subjects with low assertion of autonomy...
Using data derived from a representative survey of 869 Ontario adults, we examined the association between work disabilities and substance use, i.e., drinking, alcohol problems, sleeping pills, and tranquilizers. Overall, we found a significant association between substance use and disability....
As part of the Alcohol Research Group's Community Epidemiology Laboratory, representative samples of clients from a northern California county's public alcohol and drug treatment systems were interviewed. This paper compares clients in alcohol treatment agencies (N = 381) with those in drug...
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