Modeling associations between posttraumatic stress symptoms and substance use.

@article{Ouimette2010ModelingAB,
  title={Modeling associations between posttraumatic stress symptoms and substance use.},
  author={Paige Crosby Ouimette and Jennifer P. Read and Michael Wade and Vanessa Tirone},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  year={2010},
  volume={35 1},
  pages={
          64-7
        }
}
Comorbid substance use and posttraumatic stress disorders (SUD-PTSD) predict poorer treatment outcomes. Self-medication has been forwarded as a symptom-level explanatory model. However, research has yet to be conducted that can provide detailed examination of SUD and PTSD symptom fluctuations over time as posited by such a process. This pilot study examined associations between PTSD and substance dependence (SD) symptoms/substance use using two established methodologies that assess week-by-week… CONTINUE READING

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