Essential components of physician health program monitoring for substance use disorder: A survey of participants 5 years post successful program completion
CONCLUSIONS: Components of PHP monitoring were viewed as acceptable and helpful to physicians who completed the program, and outcomes were generally sustained over 5 years. More studies are needed to confirm these preliminary findings.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study documents the perceived cost-benefit of participation in a PHP among a small sample of program completers.PMID:35037334 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13257 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - January 17, 2022 Category: Addiction Authors: Lisa J Merlo Michael D Campbell Corinne Shea William White Gregory E Skipper Jill A Sutton Robert L DuPont Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

Characterizing autistic traits in treatment-seeking young adults with substance use disorders
CONCLUSIONS: A significant proportion of treatment-seeking SUD outpatients suffer from clinically elevated autistic traits. These findings highlight the importance of assessing for autistic traits in SUD treatment settings yet additional research is needed to determine if these findings are specific to the presence of ASD or secondary to sequelae of specific SUD presentations.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This study is, to our knowledge, the first to have examined the prevalence, morbidity, or clinical characteristics, associated with ASD symptoms in a SUD-specific population.PMID:34957636 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13247 (Source: Amer...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 27, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: James McKowen Diana Woodward Amy M Yule Maura DiSalvo Vinod Rao Julia Greenbaum Gagan Joshi Timothy E Wilens Source Type: research

A population-wide perspective on the reach of substance use disorders: Parental exposure, diagnostic remission, and current disorders
CONCLUSIONS: This heuristic SUD hierarchy is associated with increasing adversities affecting almost half the US population, although only 15.9% meet the criteria for a current disorder.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Our findings provide a rigorous population-based estimate of the staggering public health impact of SUDs in the United States and suggest that almost half of the US population is either directly or indirectly affected by SUDs.PMID:34921471 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13246 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 18, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Peter J Na Elina A Stefanovics Taeho Greg Rhee Robert A Rosenheck Source Type: research

A population-wide perspective on the reach of substance use disorders: Parental exposure, diagnostic remission, and current disorders
CONCLUSIONS: This heuristic SUD hierarchy is associated with increasing adversities affecting almost half the US population, although only 15.9% meet the criteria for a current disorder.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Our findings provide a rigorous population-based estimate of the staggering public health impact of SUDs in the United States and suggest that almost half of the US population is either directly or indirectly affected by SUDs.PMID:34921471 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13246 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 18, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Peter J Na Elina A Stefanovics Taeho Greg Rhee Robert A Rosenheck Source Type: research

A population-wide perspective on the reach of substance use disorders: Parental exposure, diagnostic remission, and current disorders
CONCLUSIONS: This heuristic SUD hierarchy is associated with increasing adversities affecting almost half the US population, although only 15.9% meet the criteria for a current disorder.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Our findings provide a rigorous population-based estimate of the staggering public health impact of SUDs in the United States and suggest that almost half of the US population is either directly or indirectly affected by SUDs.PMID:34921471 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13246 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 18, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Peter J Na Elina A Stefanovics Taeho Greg Rhee Robert A Rosenheck Source Type: research

A population-wide perspective on the reach of substance use disorders: Parental exposure, diagnostic remission, and current disorders
CONCLUSIONS: This heuristic SUD hierarchy is associated with increasing adversities affecting almost half the US population, although only 15.9% meet the criteria for a current disorder.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Our findings provide a rigorous population-based estimate of the staggering public health impact of SUDs in the United States and suggest that almost half of the US population is either directly or indirectly affected by SUDs.PMID:34921471 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13246 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 18, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Peter J Na Elina A Stefanovics Taeho Greg Rhee Robert A Rosenheck Source Type: research

A population-wide perspective on the reach of substance use disorders: Parental exposure, diagnostic remission, and current disorders
CONCLUSIONS: This heuristic SUD hierarchy is associated with increasing adversities affecting almost half the US population, although only 15.9% meet the criteria for a current disorder.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Our findings provide a rigorous population-based estimate of the staggering public health impact of SUDs in the United States and suggest that almost half of the US population is either directly or indirectly affected by SUDs.PMID:34921471 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13246 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 18, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Peter J Na Elina A Stefanovics Taeho Greg Rhee Robert A Rosenheck Source Type: research

A population-wide perspective on the reach of substance use disorders: Parental exposure, diagnostic remission, and current disorders
CONCLUSIONS: This heuristic SUD hierarchy is associated with increasing adversities affecting almost half the US population, although only 15.9% meet the criteria for a current disorder.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Our findings provide a rigorous population-based estimate of the staggering public health impact of SUDs in the United States and suggest that almost half of the US population is either directly or indirectly affected by SUDs.PMID:34921471 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13246 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 18, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Peter J Na Elina A Stefanovics Taeho Greg Rhee Robert A Rosenheck Source Type: research

A population-wide perspective on the reach of substance use disorders: Parental exposure, diagnostic remission, and current disorders
CONCLUSIONS: This heuristic SUD hierarchy is associated with increasing adversities affecting almost half the US population, although only 15.9% meet the criteria for a current disorder.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Our findings provide a rigorous population-based estimate of the staggering public health impact of SUDs in the United States and suggest that almost half of the US population is either directly or indirectly affected by SUDs.PMID:34921471 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13246 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 18, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Peter J Na Elina A Stefanovics Taeho Greg Rhee Robert A Rosenheck Source Type: research

Binge drinking and sexual risk behavior among US sexual and gender minority college students
CONCLUSIONS: SGM students are more prevalent and diverse than previously reported. While prevalent overall, binge drinking may be uniquely sexualized among SGM students.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: In the first large-scale study assessing drinking among disaggregated SGM college students, data suggest tailoring alcohol interventions to SGM students, particularly those identifying outside of LGBT.PMID:34907619 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13244 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 15, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Jason J Li Sunah Hyun Courtney Stevens Justin A Chen Cindy H Liu Source Type: research

Binge drinking and sexual risk behavior among US sexual and gender minority college students
CONCLUSIONS: SGM students are more prevalent and diverse than previously reported. While prevalent overall, binge drinking may be uniquely sexualized among SGM students.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: In the first large-scale study assessing drinking among disaggregated SGM college students, data suggest tailoring alcohol interventions to SGM students, particularly those identifying outside of LGBT.PMID:34907619 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13244 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 15, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Jason J Li Sunah Hyun Courtney Stevens Justin A Chen Cindy H Liu Source Type: research

Binge drinking and sexual risk behavior among US sexual and gender minority college students
CONCLUSIONS: SGM students are more prevalent and diverse than previously reported. While prevalent overall, binge drinking may be uniquely sexualized among SGM students.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: In the first large-scale study assessing drinking among disaggregated SGM college students, data suggest tailoring alcohol interventions to SGM students, particularly those identifying outside of LGBT.PMID:34907619 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13244 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 15, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Jason J Li Sunah Hyun Courtney Stevens Justin A Chen Cindy H Liu Source Type: research

Alcohol use at the intersection of sexual orientation and gender identity in a representative sample of youth in Colorado
CONCLUSIONS AND SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This is the first study to examine relationships between intersecting identities of sexual orientation and gender identity and alcohol use among youth. Risky alcohol use among transgender youth may be attributed to experiences of depression, dating violence, and sexual violence impacting these populations. Interventions should focus on reducing transgender youth exposure to violence.PMID:34873759 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13243 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Donald R Gerke Jarrod Call Brittanie Atteberry-Ash Shanna Katz-Kattari Leonardo Kattari C Riley Hostetter Source Type: research

Brief report: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia are associated with greater alcohol use among moderate-to-heavy drinkers without chronic pain
Am J Addict. 2021 Dec 6. doi: 10.1111/ajad.13245. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia (i.e., expectations that drinking alcohol will reduce pain) have been associated with greater alcohol consumption among individuals with chronic pain, and there is reason to believe that such expectancies may also contribute to drinking behavior among alcohol users without a current chronic pain condition. Therefore, the objective of these analyses was to test associations between a measure of expectancies for alcohol analgesia (EAA) and alcohol use among drinkers without current pai...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Lisa R LaRowe Jessica M Powers Stephen A Maisto Michael J Zvolensky Stephen J Glatt Joseph W Ditre Source Type: research

Alcohol use at the intersection of sexual orientation and gender identity in a representative sample of youth in Colorado
CONCLUSIONS AND SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This is the first study to examine relationships between intersecting identities of sexual orientation and gender identity and alcohol use among youth. Risky alcohol use among transgender youth may be attributed to experiences of depression, dating violence, and sexual violence impacting these populations. Interventions should focus on reducing transgender youth exposure to violence.PMID:34873759 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13243 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Donald R Gerke Jarrod Call Brittanie Atteberry-Ash Shanna Katz-Kattari Leonardo Kattari C Riley Hostetter Source Type: research

Brief report: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia are associated with greater alcohol use among moderate-to-heavy drinkers without chronic pain
Am J Addict. 2021 Dec 6. doi: 10.1111/ajad.13245. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia (i.e., expectations that drinking alcohol will reduce pain) have been associated with greater alcohol consumption among individuals with chronic pain, and there is reason to believe that such expectancies may also contribute to drinking behavior among alcohol users without a current chronic pain condition. Therefore, the objective of these analyses was to test associations between a measure of expectancies for alcohol analgesia (EAA) and alcohol use among drinkers without current pai...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Lisa R LaRowe Jessica M Powers Stephen A Maisto Michael J Zvolensky Stephen J Glatt Joseph W Ditre Source Type: research

Alcohol use at the intersection of sexual orientation and gender identity in a representative sample of youth in Colorado
CONCLUSIONS AND SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This is the first study to examine relationships between intersecting identities of sexual orientation and gender identity and alcohol use among youth. Risky alcohol use among transgender youth may be attributed to experiences of depression, dating violence, and sexual violence impacting these populations. Interventions should focus on reducing transgender youth exposure to violence.PMID:34873759 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13243 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Donald R Gerke Jarrod Call Brittanie Atteberry-Ash Shanna Katz-Kattari Leonardo Kattari C Riley Hostetter Source Type: research

Brief report: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia are associated with greater alcohol use among moderate-to-heavy drinkers without chronic pain
Am J Addict. 2021 Dec 6. doi: 10.1111/ajad.13245. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia (i.e., expectations that drinking alcohol will reduce pain) have been associated with greater alcohol consumption among individuals with chronic pain, and there is reason to believe that such expectancies may also contribute to drinking behavior among alcohol users without a current chronic pain condition. Therefore, the objective of these analyses was to test associations between a measure of expectancies for alcohol analgesia (EAA) and alcohol use among drinkers without current pai...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Lisa R LaRowe Jessica M Powers Stephen A Maisto Michael J Zvolensky Stephen J Glatt Joseph W Ditre Source Type: research

Alcohol use at the intersection of sexual orientation and gender identity in a representative sample of youth in Colorado
CONCLUSIONS AND SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This is the first study to examine relationships between intersecting identities of sexual orientation and gender identity and alcohol use among youth. Risky alcohol use among transgender youth may be attributed to experiences of depression, dating violence, and sexual violence impacting these populations. Interventions should focus on reducing transgender youth exposure to violence.PMID:34873759 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13243 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Donald R Gerke Jarrod Call Brittanie Atteberry-Ash Shanna Katz-Kattari Leonardo Kattari C Riley Hostetter Source Type: research

Brief report: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia are associated with greater alcohol use among moderate-to-heavy drinkers without chronic pain
Am J Addict. 2021 Dec 6. doi: 10.1111/ajad.13245. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia (i.e., expectations that drinking alcohol will reduce pain) have been associated with greater alcohol consumption among individuals with chronic pain, and there is reason to believe that such expectancies may also contribute to drinking behavior among alcohol users without a current chronic pain condition. Therefore, the objective of these analyses was to test associations between a measure of expectancies for alcohol analgesia (EAA) and alcohol use among drinkers without current pai...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Lisa R LaRowe Jessica M Powers Stephen A Maisto Michael J Zvolensky Stephen J Glatt Joseph W Ditre Source Type: research

Alcohol use at the intersection of sexual orientation and gender identity in a representative sample of youth in Colorado
CONCLUSIONS AND SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This is the first study to examine relationships between intersecting identities of sexual orientation and gender identity and alcohol use among youth. Risky alcohol use among transgender youth may be attributed to experiences of depression, dating violence, and sexual violence impacting these populations. Interventions should focus on reducing transgender youth exposure to violence.PMID:34873759 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13243 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Donald R Gerke Jarrod Call Brittanie Atteberry-Ash Shanna Katz-Kattari Leonardo Kattari C Riley Hostetter Source Type: research

Brief report: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia are associated with greater alcohol use among moderate-to-heavy drinkers without chronic pain
Am J Addict. 2021 Dec 6. doi: 10.1111/ajad.13245. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia (i.e., expectations that drinking alcohol will reduce pain) have been associated with greater alcohol consumption among individuals with chronic pain, and there is reason to believe that such expectancies may also contribute to drinking behavior among alcohol users without a current chronic pain condition. Therefore, the objective of these analyses was to test associations between a measure of expectancies for alcohol analgesia (EAA) and alcohol use among drinkers without current pai...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Lisa R LaRowe Jessica M Powers Stephen A Maisto Michael J Zvolensky Stephen J Glatt Joseph W Ditre Source Type: research

Alcohol use at the intersection of sexual orientation and gender identity in a representative sample of youth in Colorado
CONCLUSIONS AND SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This is the first study to examine relationships between intersecting identities of sexual orientation and gender identity and alcohol use among youth. Risky alcohol use among transgender youth may be attributed to experiences of depression, dating violence, and sexual violence impacting these populations. Interventions should focus on reducing transgender youth exposure to violence.PMID:34873759 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13243 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Donald R Gerke Jarrod Call Brittanie Atteberry-Ash Shanna Katz-Kattari Leonardo Kattari C Riley Hostetter Source Type: research

Brief report: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia are associated with greater alcohol use among moderate-to-heavy drinkers without chronic pain
Am J Addict. 2021 Dec 6. doi: 10.1111/ajad.13245. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia (i.e., expectations that drinking alcohol will reduce pain) have been associated with greater alcohol consumption among individuals with chronic pain, and there is reason to believe that such expectancies may also contribute to drinking behavior among alcohol users without a current chronic pain condition. Therefore, the objective of these analyses was to test associations between a measure of expectancies for alcohol analgesia (EAA) and alcohol use among drinkers without current pai...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Lisa R LaRowe Jessica M Powers Stephen A Maisto Michael J Zvolensky Stephen J Glatt Joseph W Ditre Source Type: research

Alcohol use at the intersection of sexual orientation and gender identity in a representative sample of youth in Colorado
CONCLUSIONS AND SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: This is the first study to examine relationships between intersecting identities of sexual orientation and gender identity and alcohol use among youth. Risky alcohol use among transgender youth may be attributed to experiences of depression, dating violence, and sexual violence impacting these populations. Interventions should focus on reducing transgender youth exposure to violence.PMID:34873759 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13243 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Donald R Gerke Jarrod Call Brittanie Atteberry-Ash Shanna Katz-Kattari Leonardo Kattari C Riley Hostetter Source Type: research

Brief report: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia are associated with greater alcohol use among moderate-to-heavy drinkers without chronic pain
Am J Addict. 2021 Dec 6. doi: 10.1111/ajad.13245. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTBACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Expectancies for alcohol analgesia (i.e., expectations that drinking alcohol will reduce pain) have been associated with greater alcohol consumption among individuals with chronic pain, and there is reason to believe that such expectancies may also contribute to drinking behavior among alcohol users without a current chronic pain condition. Therefore, the objective of these analyses was to test associations between a measure of expectancies for alcohol analgesia (EAA) and alcohol use among drinkers without current pai...
Source: American Journal on Addictions - December 7, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Lisa R LaRowe Jessica M Powers Stephen A Maisto Michael J Zvolensky Stephen J Glatt Joseph W Ditre Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research

Women's and men's experiences in group therapy for substance use disorders: A qualitative analysis
CONCLUSION: Men more frequently endorsed the helpfulness of mixed-gender groups than did women while women appreciated the enhanced support in single-gender SUD groups. Issues of stigma are especially salient for women.SCIENTIFIC SIGNIFICANCE: Men and women express differences in their experiences of SUD group therapy. Only women endorse stigma as an obstacle to their treatment and recovery. Tailoring treatment to meet women's and men's needs may enhance engagement, retention, and clinical outcomes.PMID:34730866 | DOI:10.1111/ajad.13242 (Source: American Journal on Addictions)
Source: American Journal on Addictions - November 3, 2021 Category: Addiction Authors: Dawn E Sugarman Laurel E Meyer Meghan E Reilly Shelly F Greenfield Source Type: research