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Life satisfaction and problematic Internet use: Evidence for gender specific effects

Life satisfaction and problematic Internet use: Evidence for gender specific effects

The present study investigates, using a large sample (N = 4852 participants; 51.71% males), how problematic Internet use (PIU) relates to general life satisfaction and distinct facets of everyday life such as employment, leisure, and health. Data on Internet usage was gathered using a short form of the Young Internet addiction test. Life satisfaction was measured with standardized items taken from
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Integrated Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Reduces Intimate Partner Violence Among Alcohol Dependent Men, and Improves Mental Health Outcomes in Their Spouses: A Clinic Based Randomized Controlled Trial from South India

Alcohol abuse has been associated with intimate partner violence (IPV). The current study examined the effectiveness of an Integrated Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention (ICBI) in reducing intimate partner violence (IPV) perpetration among alcohol dependent men, and improving mental health outcomes among their wives and children. (Source: Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment)
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Outcomes for physicians with opioid dependence treated without agonist pharmacotherapy in physician health programs

To compare treatment outcome among substance dependent physicians enrolled in a physician health program (PHP) who have a history of alcohol use only, any opioid use, or non-opioid drug use, in order to determine whether the distinctive PHP system of care management is as effective for individuals with opioid use disorders as for those with alcohol or other drug use disorders. (Source: Journal of
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Gender differences in internalizing symptoms and suicide risk among men and women seeking treatment for cannabis use disorder from late adolescence to middle adulthood

Cannabis continues to rise in popularity as the perception of its harmfulness decreases and evidence of its deleterious developmental effect increases. While internalizing distress and suicide risk have been linked with cannabis use problems (DSM-5 cannabis use disorder (CUD); DSM-IV cannabis abuse and dependence) it remains unclear how this association varies over the course of development in tre
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The relationship between non-medical use of prescription opioids and sex work among adults in residential substance use treatment

High rates of substance use (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, heroin) have been documented among individuals who engage in sex work (SW), and adults seeking substance use disorder (SUD) treatment frequently report prior engagement in SW. Non-medical use of prescription opioids (NMUPO) has increased over the last decade, but little is known about the relationship between NMUPO with sex exchange. The purpose
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