Substance abuse disorders among the chronically mentally ill: focus on the young adult chronic patient
Northwestern University, Dept. of Clinical Psychology, 1989 - 75 pages
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AB/DEP abuse diagnoses abuse disorder diagnoses abuse of YACPs abusers/dependents abusing psychiatric patients Addictive Behaviors adult chronic patients Age of Users alcohol abusers ALCOHOL USERS Alterman analyses antisocial personality disorder Bachrach Caton character disorder chronic mentally ill CODEINE Community Psychiatry compared CUAD demographic Drake & Wallach drug abusers drug and alcohol drug usage drug users dual diagnosis patients dysfunctional Erdlen findings higher functioning hoc Duncan procedure Hospital and Community hospitalization history in-patient interview level of functioning literature marijuana marital status McGovern McLellan mean age medication compliance mental health non-abusing non-users Northwestern Memorial Hospital number of subjects OAPs older patients patient group Pepper polysubstance abuse post hoc Duncan Premorbid problem psychiatric hospital psychiatric population sample schizophrenics significant differences significantly substance abuse disorder substance abusing psychiatric substance of abuse substance users Table tend thought disordered treatment compliance under-diagnosed variable White Hispanic YAPs and OAPs young adult chronic