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Psilocybin-assisted treatment for alcohol dependence: A proof-of-concept study
A single-group proof-of-concept study to quantify acute effects of psilocybin in alcohol-dependent participants and to provide preliminary outcome and safety data, providing a strong rationale for controlled trials with larger samples to investigate efficacy and mechanisms. Expand
Amplification of a gene related to mammalian mdr genes in drug-resistant Plasmodium falciparum.
The malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum contains at least two genes related to the mammalian multiple drug resistance genes, and at least one of the P. falciparum genes is expressed at a higherExpand
Extended vs. short‐term buprenorphinenaloxone for treatment of opioid addicted youth: A randomized trial
Continuing treatment with buprenorphine-naloxone improved outcome compared with short-term detoxification, and extended medication-assisted therapy may be more helpful for young individuals with opioid dependence. Expand
Olanzapine versus placebo in the treatment of borderline personality disorder.
This study supports the efficacy of olanzapine for symptoms of BPD in a mixed sample of women and men and suggests that atypical antipsychotics are increasingly used in clinical practice in the management of borderline personality disorder. Expand
Adolescent substance abuse: the effects of alcohol and marijuana on neuropsychological performance.
It is suggested that heavy alcohol use in adolescence leads to reduction in attention and executive functioning and that marijuana use exerts an independent deleterious effect on memory. Expand
Specialized 12-Step Programs and 12-Step Facilitation for the Dually Diagnosed
  • M. Bogenschutz
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Community Mental Health Journal
  • 1 February 2005
Larger and longer-term studies are needed to assess the efficacy of modified TSF for DDI relative to other treatments, and to determine what forms of TSF are most effective in this population. Expand
Perturbation of the Glutamate–Glutamine System in Alcohol Dependence and Remission
The absence of differences in mean Glu and Gln between the AUD and AUD-R groups suggests that altered Glu–Gln metabolism may either predate the onset of abuse or persist during prolonged abstinence. Expand
Therapeutic mechanisms of classic hallucinogens in the treatment of addictions: from indirect evidence to testable hypotheses.
Alcohol and drug addiction are major public health problems, and existing treatments are only moderately effective. Although there has been interest for over half a century in the therapeutic use ofExpand
Development of a bibliography on religion, spirituality and addictions.
Common findings included an inverse relationship between religiosity and substance use/abuse, reduced use among those practising meditation and protective effects of 12-Step group involvement during recovery. Expand
Cognitive control in alcohol use disorder: deficits and clinical relevance
It is likely that performance on tasks requiring cognitive control improves with abstinence, and with some psychosocial and medication treatments, as well as with both metrics of task performance and functional neuroimaging. Expand