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PTSD Symptoms Among Men and Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: The Role of Risk and Protective Factors
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Higher physical or psychological IPV scores, current depressive symptoms, and the survivor having left the relationship at least once were associated with risk of moderate-to-severe symptoms of PTSD. Expand
Dextroamphetamine for Cocaine-Dependence Treatment: A Double-Blind Randomized Clinical Trial
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A properly implemented agonist treatment regimen should improve retention and reduce illicit drug use, and the results provide support for additional examination of the agonist model in psychostimulantdependence treatment. Expand
Retention, HIV risk, and illicit drug use during treatment: methadone dose and visit frequency.
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Re receiving take-home doses early in treatment enhanced treatment retention and risk behaviors for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome declined over time regardless of group/dose assignment, which have important implications for modification of regulatory and clinic policy changes. Expand
Replacement medication for cocaine dependence: methylphenidate.
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The doses of methylphenidate were sufficient to permit detection of psychoactive effects and side effects without increased "craving" and additional medications with different effects profiles are being studied to further evaluate the replacement model in cocaine dependence. Expand
Risperidone for the treatment of cocaine dependence: randomized, double-blind trial.
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The results suggest that although antagonists might be a useful treatment approach, such as in the treatment of opiate dependence, risperidone is unlikely to find broad acceptance with the treatment-seeking population. Expand
War-related changes in cigarette smoking: a survey study of health professionals in Sarajevo.
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The hypothesis that cigarette smoking would decrease as a result of an 800% price increase was not supported and cultural, pharmacological, and psychological reasons that may have contributed to the present findings are discussed. Expand
Fluoxetine is ineffective for treatment of cocaine dependence or concurrent opiate and cocaine dependence: two placebo-controlled double-blind trials.
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Two complementary studies demonstrate that fluoxetine is ineffective in reducing cocaine use or craving and points to setting conditions modulating treatment outcome. Expand
Medication take-home doses and contingency management.
TLDR
The combination of fluoxetine and environmental contingencies may produce benefit where neither alone is sufficient in treatment of opiate or cocaine dependence. Expand
Incidence of associated events during the performance of invasive procedures in healthy human volunteers.
TLDR
The results indicate that, in skilled hands and a defined clinical setting, the incidents associated with femoral catheterization and muscle biopsy in healthy volunteers are reasonable and largely controllable. Expand
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