Contingency management in cocaine abusers: a dose-effect comparison of goods-based versus cash-based incentives.

Abstract

Goods-based contingency management interventions (e.g., those using vouchers or prizes as incentives) have demonstrated efficacy in reducing cocaine use, but cost has limited dissemination to community clinics. Recent research suggests that development of a cash-based contingency management approach may improve treatment outcomes while reducing operational… (More)

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