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Helpful Ingredients in the Treatment of Long-Term Substance Use Disorders: A Collaborative Narrative Study

Henning Pettersen, Anne Landheim, Ivar Skeie, Stian Biong, Morten Brodahl, Victoria Benson, Larry Davidson
2019 Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment  
Greater focus should be placed on viewing long-term SUD as a long-term condition, similar to somatic diseases, and SUD treatment services should place greater emphasis on developing partnership care models  ...  A resource group of peer consultants in long-term recovery from SUDs contributed to study planning, preparation, and initial analyses.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the study participants for their time and participation.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1178221819844996 pmid:31065215 pmcid:PMC6487766 fatcat:7afgja7rnfbixgjlobop4ukpqi

Treatment motivation among caregivers and adolescents with substance use disorders

T. Cornelius, V.A. Earnshaw, D. Menino, L.M. Bogart, S. Levy
2017 Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment  
Substance use disorders (SUDs) in adolescence have negative long-term health effects, which can be mitigated through successful treatment.  ...  We used Self-Determination Theory (SDT) to examine intersecting motivational narratives among caregivers and adolescents in SUD treatment.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank the participants, as well as the care providers and program staff for their support of and contributions toward this work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jsat.2017.01.003 pmid:28237049 pmcid:PMC5330196 fatcat:miuykgsejjal3di2ybp6waexz4

Substance and structure in assessment arguments

R. J. Mislevy
2003 Law, Probability and Risk  
Educational assessment is reasoning from observations of what students do or make in a handful of particular circumstances, to what they know or can do more broadly.  ...  We see greater continuity, however, when we distinguish the structure of assessment arguments from their substance.  ...  This work builds on research with Linda Steinberg and Russell Almond at Educational Testing Service on the structure of educational assessments.  ... 
doi:10.1093/lpr/2.4.237 fatcat:zu6upb7y3nhkllt5xjnfqdulim

Designed Cultural Adaptation and Delivery Quality in Rural Substance Use Prevention: an Effectiveness Trial for the Keepin' it REAL Curriculum

Michael L. Hecht, YoungJu Shin, Jonathan Pettigrew, Michelle Miller-Day, Janice L. Krieger
2018 Prevention Science  
Those in mismatched intervention (non-adopted urban condition) did not significantly differ from the control participants, but a significant difference was observed based on the delivery quality.  ...  Controlling for substance use report in 7 th grade, findings compared 9 th graders' (N = 2,781) lifetime alcohol, cigarette, marijuana, and chewing tobacco use.  ...  See Table 1 for descriptive statistics of substance use in five conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11121-018-0937-y pmid:30056616 fatcat:s3ku27ow2bd2dcurfrkoy2i4hy

The Ethics and Politics of Negation: the Postdramatic on Screen

Angelos Koutsourakis
2016 SubStance  
Consistent with the postdramatic practice, the film is not focusing "on action, but on conditions" (Lehmann, 113) .  ...  Hence, his model relies on problematic concepts of audience unity and homogeneity that cannot account for questions of diversity in narrative reception.  ... 
doi:10.3368/ss.45.3.155 fatcat:ggobb3ykx5fpfkskc5xoeumohe

Systemic-motivational therapy for substance abuse disorders: an integrative model

Peter Steinglass
2009 Journal of Family Therapy  
one of their members, but, with modifications, may be thought of as a helpful approach for any family coping with a chronic psychiatric or medical condition.  ...  Paramount here is the use of psychoeducational and narrative therapy approaches to help families coping with both chronic psychiatric and medical conditions (Dixon et al., 2000; Freedman and Combs, 1996  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-6427.2009.00460.x fatcat:i25cz7elprddxdfzjwmvisqfwu

A Randomized Controlled Trial for Veterans with PTSD and Substance Use Disorder: Creating Change versus Seeking Safety

Lisa M. Najavits, Karen Krinsley, Molly E. Waring, Matthew W. Gallagher, Christopher Skidmore
2018 Substance Use & Misuse  
Results: Intent-to-treat analyses indicated that both conditions improved over time, with no difference between conditions, on PTSD, alcohol use, and drug use (our primary outcomes) as well as mental health  ...  Effect sizes were medium except for alcohol use, which was large.  ...  We extend sincere appreciation to Joni Utley, PsyD, Kay Johnson, LICSW, and Helen Tretiak-Carmichael, MA for their work on this project and to Danny Kaloupek, PhD for his instrumental support of it.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10826084.2018.1432653 pmid:29461920 fatcat:zn33mpxk65ekdnxeplmf2skqxe

Culturally grounded substance use prevention: an evaluation of the keepin' it R.E.A.L. curriculum

Michael L Hecht, Flavio Francisco Marsiglia, Elvira Elek, David A Wagstaff, Stephen Kulis, Patricia Dustman, Michelle Miller-Day
2003 Prevention Science  
This paper reports on the evaluation of a culturally grounded prevention intervention targeting substance use among urban middle-school students.  ...  Support was found for the intervention's overall effectiveness, with statistically significant effects on gateway drug use as well as norms, attitudes, and resistance strategies but with little support  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was supported by a National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant R01 DA 05629.  ... 
pmid:14598996 fatcat:jps4y3y6l5gkdi45pynoh3e3au

Statutory Genres: Substance, Procedure, Jurisdiction

Karen Petroski
2012 Social Science Research Network  
To decide many cases, courts need to characterize some of the legal rules involved, placing each one in a specific doctrinal category to identify the rule's effect on the litigation.  ...  This analysis further suggests new lines of development for both Erie doctrine and jurisdictional characterization.  ...  This interest in higher-order rules is evident, for example, in work on such topics as the choice between rules and standards, minimalist versus maximalist decision styles, and the selection of interpretive  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2008286 fatcat:lkjm5xhw4jfjnfsglrmyoatbs4

Style over Substance: Newspaper Coverage of Early Election Campaigns in Canada, 1820-1841

Duncan Koerber
2011 Canadian Journal of Communication  
Election coverage today is criticized for its obsession with individual candidates, appearances, and images, a focus on style over substance.  ...  More importantly, this article argues that "style over substance" coverage served an important purpose in educating citizens about candidates and encouraging voting in a burgeoning partisan democratic  ...  Acknowledgments I would like to thank Gene Allen, Fred Fletcher, and the two anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments. Notes  ... 
doi:10.22230/cjc.2011v36n3a2444 fatcat:fkxzfu644jdmfp7trhshnz7wau

Family-Based Treatments for Adolescent Substance Use

Viviana E. Horigian, Austen R. Anderson, José Szapocznik
2016 Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America  
Adolescent substance use is a major risk factor for negative outcomes, including substance dependence later in life, criminal behavior, school problems, mental health disorders, injury, and death.  ...  , multidimensional family therapy, functional family therapy, brief strategic family therapy, ecologically based family therapy, family behavior therapy, culturally informed flexible family treatment for  ...  Our goal is that this summary together with the narrative of each mode described above will inform the reader in the selection of an appropriate treatment for adolescent substance users.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chc.2016.06.001 pmid:27613341 pmcid:PMC6986353 fatcat:uz3xbmvsa5aqpo3bwiwol5dq7e

Towards Constructing a Corpus for Studying the Effects of Treatments and Substances Reported in PubMed Abstracts [article]

Evgeni Stefchov, Galia Angelova, Preslav Nakov
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Our ultimate goal is to annotate one sentence (rationale) for each abstract and to use this resource as a training set for text classification of effects discussed in PubMed abstracts.  ...  We present the construction of an annotated corpus of PubMed abstracts reporting about positive, negative or neutral effects of treatments or substances.  ...  The authors are grateful to the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments.  ... 
arXiv:1912.01831v1 fatcat:m2a5qr3k4fb55izutvk7ribqyq

Impact of Continuing Care on Recovery From Substance Use Disorder

James R McKay
2021 Alcohol research : current reviews  
Continuing care is widely believed to be an important component of effective treatment for substance use disorder, particularly for those individuals with greater problem severity.  ...  The purpose of this review was to examine the research literature on continuing care for alcohol and drug use disorders, including studies that addressed efficacy, moderators, mechanisms of action, and  ...  Acknowledgments Preparation of this article was supported by K24 DA029062 from the National Institute on Drug Abuse; R01 AA022595 from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism; and DoD W81XWH  ... 
doi:10.35946/arcr.v41.1.01 pmid:33500871 pmcid:PMC7813220 fatcat:wlpzoas5f5axznbwo55i4bzame

Kateb Yacine's "Nedjma": A Dialogue of Difference

John D. Erickson
1992 SubStance  
The tragedy with its personal and national dimensions finds vivid expression in his narrative.  ...  In the novel, the Algerian women start to change their clothing style, uncovering their faces which they used to cover for many years.  ...  Life and death are alike for them as they conceive themselves no more than slaves; they do not lead a decent life and they work in their country for the benefit of the colonizer.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3685113 fatcat:z3dkk6ydtfdgdjze53cartyziy

Still Life without Substance: Wallace Stevens and the Language of Agency

Alan Filreis
1989 Poetics Today  
society (Great Britain under the Marshall Plan, which he mistrusted) and, on the other hand, to wish and pray for an ideal-transnational and extrabodily-condition as a messenger of God.  ...  One of the works is a sketch made for a Gobelins tapestry, which in turn is meant to illustrate a narrative sequence in Don Quixote.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1773028 fatcat:nqbrtt66r5cudakdqwnizlek7m
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