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Drug and Alcohol Dependence

"Drug and Alcohol Dependence is an international journal devoted to publishing original research, scholarly reviews, commentaries, and policy analyses in the area of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and dependence. Articles range from studies of the chemistry of substances of abuse, their actions at molecular and cellular sites, in vitro and in vivo investigations of their biochemical, pharmacological and behavioural actions, laboratory-based and clinical research in humans, substance abuse treatment and prevention research, and studies employing methods from epidemiology, sociology, and economics. The rationale for this extensive coverage is the conviction that drug, alcohol and tobacco use/dependence cannot be understood in their entirety from a single perspective and that without an understanding of other areas of research, studies by individual investigators may be limited. The goal of the journal is to provide researchers, clinicians, and policy makers access to material from all perspectives in a single journal in a format that is understandable and which has received rigorous editorial review. The hope of its editors is to promote mutual understanding of the many facets of drug abuse to the benefit of all investigators involved in drug and alcohol research, and to facilitate the transfer of scientific findings to successful treatment and prevention practices." (From publisher's website)

Impact Factor3.349
Peer ReviewedYes
Publishing Frequency21 Per Year
Articles Published/Year437
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Select PSC Publications in Drug and Alcohol Dependence

Lee, Christine M., Jennifer M. Cadigan, and Megan E. Patrick. 2017. "Differences in reporting of perceived acute effects of alcohol use, marijuana use, and simultaneous alcohol and marijuana use." Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 180: 391-394.

Mason, William Maxwell, Irina Patwardhan, Gail L. Smith, Mary B. Chmelka, Jukka Savolainen, Stacy-Ann A. January, Jouko Miettunen, and Marjo-Riitta Järvelin. 2017. "Cumulative contextual risk at birth and adolescent substance initiation: Peer mediation tests." Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 177(Supplement C): 291-298.

Terry-McElrath, Yvonne M., Patrick M. O'Malley, Lloyd Johnston, Bethany C. Bray, Megan E. Patrick, and John E. Schulenberg. 2017. "Longitudinal Patterns of Marijuana Use Across Ages 18-50 in a US National Sample: A Descriptive Examination of Predictors and Health Correlates of Repeated Measures Latent Class Membership." Drug and alcohol dependence, 171: 70-83.

McCabe, Sean Esteban, Philip T. Veliz, and Megan E. Patrick. 2017. "High-intensity drinking and nonmedical use of prescription drugs: Results from a national survey of 12th grade students." Drug and alcohol dependence, 178: 372-379.

Patrick, Megan E., Richard A. Miech, C. Carlier, Patrick M. O'Malley, Lloyd Johnston, and John E. Schulenberg. 2016. "Self-reported reasons for vaping among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders in the US: Nationally-representative results." Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 165: 275-8. PMCID: PMC4939118.

Salas-Wright, Christopher P., Michael G. Vaughn, Brian E. Perron, Jennifer M. Reingle Gonzalez, and Trenette Clark Goings. 2016. "Changing perspectives on marijuana use during early adolescence and young adulthood: Evidence from a panel of cross-sectional surveys." Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 169(Supplement C): 5-10.