Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling

Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling is a magazine specializing in Psychology topics.

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 1, October

Editor's Letter to the Readers
Dear Readers, This issue of JAOC is the last of my tenure as editor. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time in this chair. I extend my deep gratitude to all the bright and talented authors, splendid reviewers, forward-looking IAAOC officers, and you,...
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Hypnotic Psychotherapy with Sex Offenders
The authors review the literature on the prevalence of sex offenders; multiple treatment modalities; and implications of the use of hypnotic psychotherapy, coupled with cognitive behavioral treatment programs, for treating sex offenders. **********...
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Integration of Research and Practice in Substance Use Disorder Treatment: Findings from Focus Groups of Clinicians, Researchers, Educators, Administrators, and Policy Makers
Clinicians, researchers, educators, administrators, and policy makers, who represented stakeholders in the substance abuse treatment field, participated in 5 focus groups. Four general areas regarding integration of research and practice were investigated:...
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Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling Submission Patterns, Topic Areas, and Authors: 1999-2004
In October 2001, an article was published in the Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling (JAOC) to examine the journal's submission patterns, topic areas, and authors from 1979 through 1998. The current authors reviewed articles published in...
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Readiness to Change, Social Norms, and Alcohol Involvement among College Students
The author explored the impact that readiness to change variables have on dimensions of alcohol involvement and how the explanatory power of the variables compares with social norms among college students. Canonical analysis suggested that alcohol...
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The SASSI-3 Face Valid Other Drugs Scale: A Psychometric Investigation
The authors investigated the psychometric capabilities of the Face Valid Other Drugs (FVOD) scale of the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory-3 (SASSI-3; G. A. Miller, 1999). Internal consistency reliability estimates and construct validity factor...
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