[cevbibli] Addiction 103:6 (June 2008) is now available online

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From: Addiction <synergy em blackwell-synergy.com>
Date: 2008/5/14
Subject: Addiction 103:6 (June 2008) is now available online

Below is the table of contents for the latest issue of Addiction,
which is now available at
http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/toc/add/103/6?ai=133&ui=gwics&af=H

Addiction
Volume 103, Issue 6, June 2008
EDITORIAL

Thinking about the unthinkable: a de facto prohibition on smoked
tobacco products

WAYNE HALL & ROBERT WEST
pages 873–874
FOR DEBATE

Asking the right questions in the right way: the need for a shift in
research on psychological treatments for addiction

Jim Orford
pages 875–885
Commentaries on Orford (this issue)

WHAT WORKS AND HOW? DESIGNING MORE EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS NEEDS
ANSWERS TO BOTH QUESTIONS

SUSAN MICHIE
pages 886–887

CAN DR ORFORD'S PATIENT BE SAVED?

KEITH HUMPHREYS
pages 887–888

IMPROVING RESEARCH TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENTS
FOR ADDICTION

MARINA DAVOLI
pages 888–889

RESEARCH AS A PATIENT

HARALD KLINGEMANN
pages 889–890

HOW TO COOK A GOOD OMELETTE: ASKING THE WRONG QUESTION IN THE WRONG
WAY: REPLY TO THE COMMENTARIES

JIM ORFORD
pages 891–892
HORIZONS REVIEW

Genes and cigarette smoking

Marcus R. Munafò & Elaine C. Johnstone
pages 893–904
REVIEW

Critical issues in the treatment of hepatitis C virus infection in
methadone maintenance patients

David M. Novick & Mary Jeanne Kreek
pages 905–918
METHODS AND TECHNIQUES

What did you drink yesterday? Public health relevance of a recent
recall method used in the 2004 Australian National Drug Strategy
Household Survey

Tim Stockwell, Jinhui Zhao, Tanya Chikritzhs & Tom K. Greenfield
pages 919–928
RESEARCH REPORTS

Women's gender role orientation predicts their drinking patterns: a
follow-up study of Czech women

Ludk Kubika & Ladislav Csémy
pages 929–937

[Commentary] HOW TO MODEL TWO-WAVE PANEL DATA?

THOR NORSTRÖM
pages 938–939

Bringing alcohol on campus to raise money: impact on student drinking
and drinking problems

Robert B. Voas, Mark Johnson, Robert J. Turrisi, Dexter Taylor,
Charles Robert Honts & Lisa Nelsen
pages 940–950

[Commentary] IF YOU CAN'T BEAT THEM JOIN THEM

HENRY WECHSLER
pages 951–952

Do acamprosate or naltrexone have an effect on daily drinking by
reducing craving for alcohol?

Kylie Richardson, Andrew Baillie, Sophie Reid, Kirsten Morley, Maree
Teesson, Claudia Sannibale, Martin Weltman & Paul Haber
pages 953–959

Long-term effects of heroin-assisted treatment in Germany

Uwe Verthein, Karin Bonorden-Kleij, Peter Degkwitz, Christoph Dilg,
Wilfried K. Köhler, Torsten Passie, Michael Soyka, Sabine Tanger,
Mario Vogel & Christian Haasen
pages 960–966

[Commentary] FUTURE CHALLENGES FOR HEROIN AND OTHER OPIOID
SUBSTITUTION TREATMENT

NICHOLAS LINTZERIS
pages 967–968

Cannabis use and later life outcomes

David M. Fergusson & Joseph M. Boden
pages 969–976

[Commentary] ADOLESCENT CANNABIS USE AND ADULT LIFE CHANCES

WAYNE HALL
pages 977–978

Distinguishing signs of opioid overdose and indication for naloxone:
an evaluation of six overdose training and naloxone distribution
programs in the United States

Traci C. Green, Robert Heimer & Lauretta E. Grau
pages 979–989

The association between cannabis abuse and dependence and childhood
physical and sexual abuse: evidence from an offspring of twins design

Alexis E. Duncan, Carolyn E. Sartor, Jeffrey F. Scherrer, Julia D.
Grant, Andrew C. Heath, Elliot C. Nelson, Theodore Jacob & Kathleen
Keenan Bucholz
pages 990–997

The effect of proactively identifying smokers and offering smoking
cessation support in primary care populations: a cluster-randomized
trial

Rachael L. Murray, Timothy Coleman, Marilyn Antoniak, Joanne Stocks,
Alexia Fergus, John Britton & Sarah A. Lewis
pages 998–1006

[Commentary] REACHING SMOKERS: HOW CAN WE ENCOURAGE MORE PEOPLE TO USE
EFFECTIVE TREATMENT?

LINDA BAULD
pages 1007–1008

Effects of voucher-based incentives on abstinence from cigarette
smoking and fetal growth among pregnant women

Sarah H. Heil, Stephen T. Higgins, Ira M. Bernstein, Laura J. Solomon,
Randall E. Rogers, Colleen S. Thomas, Gary J. Badger & Mary Ellen
Lynch
pages 1009–1018

A qualitative analysis of compliance with smoke-free legislation in
community bars in Scotland: implications for public health

Douglas Eadie, Derek Heim, Susan MacAskill, Alastair Ross, Gerard
Hastings & John Davies
pages 1019–1026

Gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor genes and nicotine dependence:
evidence for association from a casecontrol study

Arpana Agrawal, Michele L. Pergadia, Scott F. Saccone, Anthony L.
Hinrichs, Christina N. Lessov-Schlaggar, Nancy L. Saccone, Rosalind J.
Neuman, Naomi Breslau, Eric Johnson, Dorothy Hatsukami, Grant W.
Montgomery, Andrew C. Heath, Nicholas G. Martin, Alison M. Goate, John
P. Rice, Laura J. Bierut & Pamela A. F. Madden
pages 1027–1038

Validation of the alcohol, smoking and substance involvement screening
test (ASSIST)

Rachel Humeniuk, Robert Ali, Thomas F. Babor, Michael Farrell, Maria
L. Formigoni, Jaroon Jittiwutikarn, Roseli B. de Lacerda, Walter Ling,
John Marsden, Maristela Monteiro, Sekai Nhiwatiwa, Hemraj Pal,
Vladimir Poznyak & Sara Simon
pages 1039–1047
CASE REPORT

Self-treatment of opioid withdrawal using kratom (Mitragynia speciosa korth)

Edward W. Boyer, Kavita M. Babu, Jessica E. Adkins, Christopher R.
McCurdy & John H. Halpern
pages 1048–1050
LETTER TO THE EDITOR

IN PURSUIT OF A MORE COMPLEX UNDERSTANDING OF NON-MEDICAL USE OF
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS: BROADENING PERSPECTIVE BY SHARPENING OUR TOOLS

SEAN ESTEBAN MCCABE, JAMES A. CRANFORD, CAROL J. BOYD & MICHELE MORALES
pages 1051–1052
NEWS AND NOTES

News and Notes

Peter Miller and Susan Savva
pages 1053–1055
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