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The impact of childhood abuse on inpatient substance users: specific links with risky sex, aggression, and emotion dysregulation.
TLDR
Assessment of specific abuse types among substance users may be informative in treatment planning and relapse prevention, and among substanceUsers, different types of abuse are uniquely associated with specific negative effects.
Scopolamine Produces Larger Antidepressant and Antianxiety Effects in Women Than in Men
TLDR
Men and women show a rapid antidepressant response following scopolamine, but the magnitude of response is larger in women than in men, and the antianxiety response was greater in women.
The relationship between child abuse and negative outcomes among substance users: psychopathology, health, and comorbidities.
TLDR
Individuals with substance use Disorders who have been abused have particularly elevated rates of psychiatric and substance use disorders as a function of their abuse experiences, which have important treatment implications for individuals in residential substance use treatment settings.
Adolescent Callous-Unemotional Traits and Parental Knowledge as Predictors of Unprotected Sex Among Youth
TLDR
Investigation of longitudinal predictors of adolescents’ likelihood of engaging in unprotected sexual intercourse indicated that adolescents who perceived their parents to possess greater knowledge were less likely to engage in unprotected sex.
Potential of pretreatment neural activity in the visual cortex during emotional processing to predict treatment response to scopolamine in major depressive disorder.
TLDR
Results implicate cholinergic and visual processing dysfunction in the pathophysiology of MDD and suggest that neural response in the visual cortex, selectively to emotional stimuli, may provide a useful biomarker for identifying patients who will respond favorably to scopolamine.
Baseline mood-state measures as predictors of antidepressant response to scopolamine
TLDR
It is indicated that self-report mood-ratings obtained before treatment can predict response outcome to scopolamine, and a constellation of mood-state features may be related to clinical response, and suggested that the POMS depression subscale significantly correlated with clinical response.
The Association Between Anxiety Sensitivity and Motivation to Quit Smoking Among Women and Men in Residential Substance Use Treatment
TLDR
Findings suggest the importance of considering AS as a factor in MTQ for women and subsequent smoking cessation among individuals in residential substance use treatment and highlight the need for tailored cessation interventions with AS.
Development of a Behavioral Activation–Based Intervention for Cigarette-Smoking Young Adults
Abstract Quitting smoking during young adulthood can substantially reduce tobacco-related morbidity and mortality later in life. Depressive symptomatology is prevalent among smokers and increases
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