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The present study examined the acute behavioral effects and abuse potential of three drugs commonly used to treat sleep disorders, trazodone, zolpidem and triazolam, and placebo in ten male volunteers with histories of alcohol and drug abuse. Trazodone (100, 200 and 300 mg), a triazolopyridine antidepressant, was included because antidepressants are being(More)
In an influential 1999 article on social capital in Britain, Peter Hall cites Britain as a counterexample to Robert Putnam's well-known analysis of declining social capital in the United States (Hall 1999). Hall claims that there has been no equivalent erosion of social participation in Britain, although there has been an apparent decline in social trust.(More)
The process of suicide risk assessment is often a challenge for mental health nurses, especially when working with an adolescent population. Adolescents who are struggling with particular problems, stressors and life events may exhibit challenging and self-harm behaviour as a means of communication or a way of coping. Current literature provides limited(More)
  • Abhinab Basnyat, Anne Cary, +16 authors Alexis de Tocqueville
  • 2003
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This project was inspired by Paul Wellstone and Mike Casper, who taught countless Carleton students that their work could have an impact on public policy. Thanks to Steven Schier and the Carleton political science department for supporting this unique collaborative effort. Many others have provided invaluable assistance and encouragement(More)
BACKGROUND A study of involvement initiatives within secure mental health services across one UK region, where these have been organized to reflect alliances between staff and service users. There is little previous relevant international research, but constraints upon effective involvement have been noted. OBJECTIVE To explore and evaluate involvement(More)
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