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Few studies have investigated genetic differences in the effects of ethanol on operant schedule-controlled behaviors. The use of genetically defined populations in sensitive measures of complex behavior can help determine genetically covarying responses to ethanol as well as environmental...
This study explored how an alcohol education program might be structured to effectively educate college students about the consequences of alcohol use. The primary hypothesis tested stated that individuals would vary significantly in the amount of knowledge learned from a structured alcohol...
Taiwan and Hong Kong represent areas of rapid industrial development and the attenuation of traditional Chinese attitudes toward drinking. To measure the influence of the different homelands on alcohol consumption, a survey of 150 foreign Chinese students (94 males and 56 females) was conducted....
Transmission of HIV by sexual contact as well as through sharing of contaminated injection equipment is a source of viral spread from injecting drug users (IDUs). We report on an analysis of data from 1,245 IDUs interviewed in Sydney, Australia in which half of the respondents reported being...
In a large inner-city teaching hospital, only 28 percent of over 1000 consecutive hospital admissions received proper screening for diseases of substance abuse. Although the CAGE questions are currently considered the best screening test for quickly assessing an alcohol abuse history, not a...
The psychological repercussions in drug abusing individuals of their participation in non-treatment residential drug abuse research protocols have been uncertain. To study this, the average raw scores of the Symptom-Check List-90 Revised (SCL-90R) at the time of recruiting and discharge (40.2 ±...
Methadone patients who require inhospital detoxification from self-administered clonazepam (CZM) were interviewed. Patients enrolled in drug dependency (DDTP), combined addiction psychiatry (CAPP) and methadone maintenance (MM) were surveyed. Twenty out of 20 DDTP and 15 out of 30 CAPP patients...
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