Marie Hobart

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Compared to the general population, persons entering addiction treatment are three to four times more likely to be tobacco dependent and even addiction treatment staff members are two to three times more likely to be tobacco dependent. In these settings, tobacco use continues to be the norm; however addiction treatment programs are increasingly aware of the(More)
OBJECTIVE In a companion article in this issue of the Journal, the authors presented data suggesting that the Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS) is sensitive to the types of impairments observed in schizophrenia, correlates highly with standard measures of intelligence and memory, and is related to employment status(More)
BACKGROUND We adapted visual conditional associative learning paradigms to assess the contextual processing deficit model of schizophrenic cognitive impairment proposed by J.D. Cohen and D. Servan-Schreiber in 1992. In this task subjects learn the associations between four sets of stimuli through the use of feedback. We administered two experimental(More)
Persons with severe mental illness and addiction are at higher risk for early morbidity and mortality than the general population, and are less likely to receive primary care and preventive health services. Primary and behavioral integrated care programs aim to reduce these health disparities by providing comprehensive health and wellness services. Gender(More)
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