Illustrating the range and impact of work at the Institute for Behavioral Research, NIDA recently highlighted papers by IBR fellows
Our first paper is by Fellow and Soon to be Director,
Dr. Lillian Eby
Eby, L.T. and Rothrauff-Laschober, T.C. The relationship between perceptions of organizational functioning and voluntary counselor turnover: a four-wave longitudinal study. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 42(2): 151-158, 2012.
A Summary and link to the full text can be found at:
NIDA also highlighted a paper by Gene Brody (Director of the Injury Center) The reference is: Brody, G.H., et al. Family-centered program deters substance use, conduct problems, and depressive symptoms in black adolescents. Pediatrics 129(1):1-8, 2012. And a summary and link to the full text can be found at: http://www.drugabuse.gov/news-events/nida-notes/2013/02/saaf-t-reduces-african-american-teens-substance-use-conduct-problems
and NIDA highlighted a paper by Paul Roman (Director of the Behavioral Health and Health Care Delivery Center) The reference is: Olmstead, T.A., Abraham, A.J., Martino, S., and Roman, P.M. Counselor training in several evidence-based psychosocial addiction treatments in private U.S. substance abuse treatment centers. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 120(1-3):149–154, 2012. And a summary and link to the full text can be found at: http://www.drugabuse.gov/news-events/nida-notes/2012/07/training-gaps-evidence-based-practices
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