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CTN Research Brief: Web-based interventions for SUD: Effective for Stimulants, Promising for Alcohol & Marijuana, Not Helpful for Opioids 03/01/2015
Childhood adversity interferes with genetic protective effects against problem drinking in White men 12/01/2014
Adolescence: When Drinking and Genes Collide 11/01/2013
Opioid Receptor Gene Impacts Those Who Drink for Rewarding Effects 02/01/2013
Environmental Factors May Add to Risk for Developing Alcohol Problems 12/01/2012
Naltrexone Works Better for Some Populations More than Others 06/01/2011
Certain Teens may have a Better Buzz Gene 01/01/2010
A Fresh Look at the Effect of Gene/Environment Interaction on Alcoholism 12/01/2009
Low to Moderate, Not Heavy, Drinking Releases Feel-Good Endorphins in the Brain 06/01/2009
Naltrexone Can Help Heavy Social Drinkers Quit Smoking 06/01/2009
A Family History of Alcoholism is Linked to Greater Sweet Preferences among Women 11/01/2007
Under certain genetic circumstances, naltrexone may increase the urge to drink 08/01/2006
A genetic difference at the opiate receptor gene affects a person’s response to alcohol 01/01/2005
A sweet tooth may be a "marker" for the genetic risk for developing alcoholism 12/01/2003
Using naltrexone to treat alcoholics with a “Mediterranean drinking pattern” 10/01/2002
Behavioral Therapies Plus Pharmacotherapies Can Add Up to Success 12/01/2001
Probing the Role of the Delta Opioid Receptor in Alcohol Consumption 10/01/2001
Searching for New Medications to Treat Alcoholism 11/01/2000
Fine-Tuning Naltrexone Treatment for Alcoholics 10/01/2000
Searching for Biochemical Markers in Children of Alcoholics 03/01/2000