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    Goldberg, Alison
    Adults in residential addiction treatment programs possess unique career development issues including an underdeveloped self-concept, a lack of proper career development, low self-efficacy, decreased internal motivation, fear of rejection, and fear of . . .
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    Hubb, Cristina
    In a systematic literature review, this study covered two different treatments being Behavioral health care treatment, medicine combined with therapy and two fundamentally different philosophical positions being harm reduction and abstinence along wit . . .
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    Jacobs, Elyssa
    Purpose: The purpose of this project was to evaluate Beit T'Shuvah drug treatment program in Culver City, California using the logic model. The objective of the evaluation was to understand the best treatment practices outcomes for individuals sufferi . . .
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    Rhine, Amanda
    Black Dogs is a collection of short stories representing my exaggerated interpretations of three themes associated with self-destructive behavior: addiction, codependency, and self-entitlement. Theses individual themes are prominent subject matter in . . .
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    Bates, Melvin Lee Shawn
    Ketamine and dextromethorphan belong to the drug class known as dissociatives. They produce several behavioral effects, including dissociation from self and disruptions in learning and memory. Initiation of dissociative use is often in adolescence, an . . .
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    Farahmand, Azadeh
    Genetic factors play a key role in addiction and pain but are generally not evaluated in clinical practice. Some people who experience chronic pain are genetically predisposed to neurochemical deficiencies. A greater susceptibility to Prescription Dru . . .
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    Coots, Jennifer
    This was an exploratory qualitative study of practitioners’ perceptions of relapse. The data collected was through voluntary individual interviews of eleven practitioners. The data was coded and overall themes emerged. The interviewees’ basic definiti . . .
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    Hood, Kelly
    This exploratory project focused on individuals with developmental disabilities and their use and abuse of substance. The lack of empirical research published for this specified population is the reason why this project was established. This populatio . . .
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    Tarpley, James Carson
    My project is a collection (if two stories can really be considered a collection) of fictional material, and in no way is the violent psychotic man in the first story based on my brother— the similarities are purely coincidental. In my stories, none o . . .
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    Rosenthal, Lisa M.
    There is a variety of research discussing the idea of the Internet being addicting (Beard and Wolf, 2001; Brenner, 1997; Blascyznski, 2006; Chou, Condron, and Belland, 2005; Griffiths, 1998; and Young, 1996) however, there is little on additional issu . . .