Courtney R. Sullivan

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Treatment research with opioid-dependent populations has not traditionally distinguished between those dependent on prescription opioids versus dependent upon heroin. Evidence suggests there is a substantial subpopulation of individuals with opioid dependence resulting largely or exclusively from prescription opioid use. Because this subpopulation may(More)
Alterations in GABAergic neurotransmission are implicated in several psychiatric illnesses, including schizophrenia. The Na-K-Cl and K-Cl cotransporters regulate intracellular chloride levels. Abnormalities in cotransporter expression levels could shift the chloride electrochemical gradient and impair GABAergic transmission. In this study, we performed(More)
The dexamethasone suppression test (DST) appears to be a sensitive and specific biological marker for endogenous depression that can have important diagnostic and treatment implications. The authors present three case studies of patients treated on a combined medicine-psychiatric inpatient unit, and who presented with complex psychobiological illnesses.(More)
This is a prospective, naturalistic study to evaluate patient's report on sleep and depression in early recovery while receiving buprenorphine in Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). 40 Subjects entering into MAT with buprenorphine/naloxonefor opioid dependence disorder were recruited. No change of concurrent treatment was made. Subjects were administered(More)
Children learn best when they are immersed in and invested in a topic of study. While some skills need to be taught in isolation and in a particular sequence, there is a great value to teaching at the elementary level using integrated thematic units. Themes provide a context for information, helping children see how content is inter-related. Using an(More)
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