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Substance Abuse Among American Indians and Alaska Natives: An Integrative Cultural Framework for Advancing Research
Research consistently highlights the high prevalence of substance-related psychopathology in the American Indian/Alaska Native (AIAN) population. Recent epidemiological literature suggests that theseExpand
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Correlates of Opioid Abstinence in a 42-Month Posttreatment Naturalistic Follow-Up Study of Prescription Opioid Dependence.
OBJECTIVE The natural course of prescription opioid use disorder has not been examined in longitudinal studies. The current study examined correlates of opioid abstinence over time after completionExpand
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F rantz F anon and Colonialism: A Psychology of O ppression
providing a cogent route to the application of Fanon’s theories.  This article provides a breviloquent biography of Fanon’s life to afford insight to the development of his theories, and furnishes aExpand
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Correlates of Substance Use Among American Indian/Alaska Native Adolescents
Substance use is a significant problem among American Indian/Alaska Native adolescents, but the risk and protective factors specific to this population are less well understood. We analyzed risk andExpand
Anxiety sensitivity and grit as mediators between childhood abuse and relapse risk for substance use.
BACKGROUND Childhood abuse is prevalent in those with substance use disorders (SUDs), and can lead to adverse consequences, including relapse to substance use following treatment. OBJECTIVE ToExpand