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Update on Approaches to Alcoholism Treatment
        Volume 23, Number 2, 1999

Alcohol Research and Health Cover Volume 23, Number 2
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             67   In This Issue


69 Alcoholism Treatment in the United States: An Overview

Richard K. Fuller and Susanne Hiller-Sturmhofel

116 The Community-Reinforcement Approach

William R. Miller and Robert J. Meyers with Susanne Hiller-Sturmhofel

78 Cognitive-Behavioral Coping-Skills Therapy for Alcohol Dependence: Current Status and Future Directions

Richard Longabaugh and Jon Morgenstern

122 Contingency Management: Incentives for Sobriety

Stephen T. Higgins and Nancy M. Petry

86 Motivation for Change and Alcoholism Treatment

Carlo C. DiClemente, Lori E. Bellino,
and Tara M. Neavins

128 Brief Intervention in Primary Care Settings: A Primary Treatment Method for At-Risk, Problem, and Dependent Drinkers

Michael Fleming and Linda Baier Manwell

93 Professional Interventions That Facilitate 12-Step Self-Help Group Involvement

Keith Humphreys

138 Treating Problem Drinking

Kimberly S. Walitzer and Gerard J. Connors

99 Medications To Treat Alcoholism

Bankole A. Johnson and Nassima Ait-Daoud

144 Diagnosis and Treatment of Alcohol-Dependent Patients With Comorbid Psychiatric Disorder

Vania Modesto-Lowe and Henry R. Kranzler

107 Coping-Skills Training and Cue-Exposure Therapy in the Treatment of Alcoholism

Peter M. Monti and Damaris J. Rohsenow

151 Relapse Prevention: An Overview of Marlatt's Cognitive-Behavioral Model

Mary E. Larimer, Rebekka S. Palmer, and
G. Alan Marlatt


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Updated: October 2000