Gabriele Schultz

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AIMS To investigate (1). whether aggressive and delinquent behaviour problems predict subsequent adolescent drinking behaviour; and (2). to what extent this association is mediated by alcohol expectancies and/or peer delinquency/substance use. METHODS 147 adolescents (approximately 15 years old) were interviewed with regard to their drinking behaviour. In(More)
BACKGROUND Rehabilitation treatment noncompletion is considered a risk factor for long term relapse in alcohol-dependent individuals. The aim of this analysis of in- and outpatients in alcohol dependence rehabilitation in Germany is to identify social, mental, and somatic risk profiles for treatment noncompletion. METHODS A total of 92 individuals from an(More)
The FhuA protein in the outer membrane of Escherichia coli serves as a multifunctional receptor for the phages T5, T1, ϕ80, for colicin M, for ferrichrome (Fe3+-siderophore) and for the structurally related antibiotic, albomycin. To determine structural domains required for these receptor functions and for export, a fusion protein between FhuA and Iut(More)
INTRODUCTION Suicidal behavior is common in alcohol-dependent subjects. In terms of methods used, violent and non-violent suicide attempts can be distinguished. To confirm the validity of this distinction from a clinical point of view a sample of inpatient alcohol-dependent subjects is explored. METHODS Subjects with a diagnosis of alcohol dependence(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this longitudinal study was to investigate the relationship between temperament (novelty seeking, harm avoidance and reward dependence), alcohol expectancies, membership in a deviant/substance-using peergroup and drinking behaviour of adolescents drawn from a general population. METHODS 147 adolescents about 15 years of age were(More)
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