Psychiatric disorders in individuals with methamphetamine dependence: prevalence and risk factors

@article{Akindipe2014PsychiatricDI,
  title={Psychiatric disorders in individuals with methamphetamine dependence: prevalence and risk factors},
  author={Taiwo O Akindipe and Don Wilson and D. Stein},
  journal={Metabolic Brain Disease},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={351-357}
}
Methamphetamine dependence may be associated with a range of psychiatric disorders. However, relatively few studies have systematically examined these disorders and possible risk factors. This study used a structured diagnostic interview to assess the prevalence and pattern of co-morbid psychiatric disorders in individuals with methamphetamine dependence; and identified risk factors for this comorbidity. One hundred adult volunteers with a diagnosis of methamphetamine dependence and without co… Expand
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