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Contingency management for treatment of substance use disorders: a meta-analysis.
AIMS To examine the effectiveness of contingency management (CM) techniques in treating substance use disorders (i.e. illicit drugs, alcohol, tobacco). DESIGN Meta-analysis was used to determineExpand
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Treatment needs and completion of community-based aftercare among substance-abusing women offenders.
BACKGROUND Women offenders with substance abuse problems typically have many treatment needs on reentry to the community from prison. This paper explores the correlates of treatment needs among aExpand
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Correlates of HIV-Related Stigma Among HIV-Positive Mothers and Their Uninfected Adolescent Children
ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to examine the degree and impact of HIV-related stigma among HIV positive mothers and their uninfected children. One hundred eighteen HIV-infected mothers andExpand
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Remittance Behavior among Salvadoran and Filipino Immigrants in Los Angeles *
This article analyzes the factors that influence remittance behavior (the decision to remit and the amount sent) in the host country of Filipino and Salvadoran immigrants, two groups with high ratesExpand
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Methamphetamine treatment: trends and predictors of retention and completion in a large state treatment system (1992-2002).
This report describes trends in treatment admissions for methamphetamine/amphetamine (MA) abuse from 1992 to 2002 in California and assesses predictors of treatment retention and completion. ResultsExpand
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Associations among childhood trauma, adolescent problem behaviors, and adverse adult outcomes in substance-abusing women offenders.
This article explores relationships among exposure to childhood abuse and traumatic events, adolescent conduct problems and substance abuse, and adult psychological distress and criminal behaviors inExpand
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Influence of Perceived Coercion and Motivation on Treatment Completion and Re-Arrest among Substance-Abusing Offenders
The effects of perceived coercion and motivation on treatment completion and subsequent re-arrest were examined in a sample of substance-abusing offenders assessed for California’s Substance AbuseExpand
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The dynamic structure of jadomycin B and the amino acid incorporation step of its biosynthesis.
Jadomycin B, an antifungal antibiotic with a unique 8H-benz[b]oxazolo[3,2-f]phenanthridine pentacyclic skeleton produced by the bacterium Streptomyces venezuelae ISP 5230, exists in a dynamicExpand
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Factors Associated with Antiretroviral Adherence Among HIV-Infected Women with Children
ABSTRACT HIV symptomatic or AIDS diagnosed women who had a young well child were recruited for a study investigating their adherence to antiretrovirals (N = 46). Very poor rates of adherence wereExpand
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Organizational characteristics of drug abuse treatment programs for offenders.
This article examines the association between the organizational characteristics of drug abuse treatment programs for offenders and the provision of wraparound services and three types of treatmentExpand
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