Journal of Alcoholism & Drug Dependence

Journal of Alcoholism & Drug Dependence
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Journal of Alcoholism & Drug Dependence [718 Articles]

The articles published in Journal of Alcoholism & Drug Dependence have been cited 718 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Alcoholism & Drug Dependence.

Bisht AT, Kukreti VT (2016) Food Consumption Pattern and Lifestyle Modification Traits in Relation to the Level of Stress among Individuals of Uttarakhand, India. International Journal of Social Sciences and Management 3(4): 239-245.

Thakore N, Reno JM, Gonzales RA, Schallert T, Bell RL, et al. (2016) Alcohol enhances unprovoked 22–28kHz USVs and suppresses USV mean frequency in High Alcohol Drinking (HAD-1) male rats. Behavioural brain research 302: 228-236.

Podstawski R, Choszcz D, Klimczak J, Kolankowska E, Zurek P (2014) Habits and attitudes of first-year female students at Warmia and Mazury University: a call for implementing health education programme at universities. Central European journal of public health 22(4): 229.

Lee JH, Gamarel KE, Bryant KJ, Zaller ND, Operario D (2016) Discrimination, mental health, and substance use disorders among sexual minority populations. LGBT health 3(4): 258-265.

Ruiz SM, Oscar-Berman M (2013) Closing the gender gap: the case for gender-specific alcoholism research. Journal of alcoholism and drug dependence 1(6).

Zale EL, Maisto SA, Ditre JW (2015) Interrelations between pain and alcohol: an integrative review. Clinical psychology review 37: 57-71.

Rapeli P (2014) Cognitive function in opioid substitution treated patients-Associations with drug treatment variables. Tutkimus: 2014_130.

Itagi ABH, Arora D, Patil NA, Bailwad SA, Yunus GY, et al. (2016) Short-term acute effects of gutkha chewing on heart rate variability among young adults: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Applied and Basic Medical Research 6(1): 45.

White CM (2017) Pharmacologic, Pharmacokinetic, and Clinical Assessment of Illicitly Used γ‐Hydroxybutyrate. The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 57(1): 33-39.

Majić T, Schmidt TT, Hermle L (2016) Flashbacks und anhaltende Wahrnehmungsstörungen nach Einnahme von serotonergen Halluzinogenen.

Ellison‐Wright Z, Sessa B (2015) A persisting perception disorder after cannabis use. Progress in Neurology and Psychiatry 19(1): 10-13.

Hermle L, Ruchsow M, Täschner KL (2015) Halluzinogen-induzierte Persistierende Wahrnehmungsstörung (HPPD) und Flashback-Phänomene–Differenzialdiagnose und Erklärungsmodelle. Fortschritte der Neurologie· Psychiatrie 83(09): 506-515.

Batra A, Bilke-Hentsch O (2016) Praxisbuch Sucht: Therapie der Suchterkrankungen im Jugend-und Erwachsenenalter. Georg Thieme Verlag.

Gersztenkorn D, Lee AG (2015) Palinopsia revamped: a systematic review of the literature. Survey of ophthalmology 60(1): 1-35.

Parkar S, Patel A, Trivedi S, Sharma A (2015) A profile of adolescents tobacco users attending public schools of Ahmedabad City, Gujarat, India. Journal of Dental Research and Scientific Development 2(2): 26-26.

Thekdi KP, Kartha GP, Thekdi PI (2016) Age at initiation and the role model influencing on use of tobacco among school going children in Surendranagar, Gujarat, India. International Journal Of Community Medicine And Public Health 3(9): 2517-2520.

Kabiru M (2016) Patterns of and Prevention Strategies for Health Risk Behaviours among In-School Adolescents in Jigawa State, Nigeria (Doctoral dissertation).

Snider EN, Dougherty DM, Acheson A, Liang Y, Charles NE, et al. Girls’ Pubertal Trajectories, Stress, Affective and Internalizing Symptoms.

Charles NE, Mathias CW, Acheson A, Bray BC, Ryan SR, et al. (2015) Increased Pre-and Early-Adolescent Stress in Youth with a Family History of Substance Use Disorder and Early Substance Use Initiation. Journal of youth and adolescence 44(10): 1954-1967.

Charles NE, Ryan SR, Acheson A, Mathias CW, Liang Y, et al. (2015) Childhood stress exposure among preadolescents with and without family histories of substance use disorders. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 29(1): 192.

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