Evidence Base on Outpatient Behavioral Treatments for Adolescent Substance Use: Updates and Recommendations 2007–2013

@article{Hogue2014EvidenceBO,
  title={Evidence Base on Outpatient Behavioral Treatments for Adolescent Substance Use: Updates and Recommendations 2007–2013},
  author={Aaron Hogue and Craig E. Henderson and Timothy J. Ozechowski and Michael S Robbins},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Child \& Adolescent Psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={43},
  pages={695 - 720}
}
This article updates the evidence base on outpatient behavioral treatments for adolescent substance use (ASU) since publication of the previous review completed for this journal by Waldron and Turner (2008). It first summarizes the Waldron and Turner findings as well as those from more recent literature reviews and meta-analytic studies of ASU treatment. It then presents study design and methods criteria used to select 19 comparative studies subjected to Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent… 

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