G Alan Marlatt

University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Clinical Psychology, Mental Health
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Grow JC, Collins SE, Harrop EN, et al. (2015) Enactment of home practice following mindfulness-based relapse prevention and its association with substance-use outcomes. Addictive Behaviors. 40: 16-20
Douaihy A, Daley DC, Marlatt GA, et al. (2014) Relapse prevention: Clinical models and intervention strategies The Asam Principles of Addiction Medicine: Fifth Edition
Staiger PK, Richardson B, Long C, et al. (2013) How can we develop a more precise examination of the role of alcohol in recovery from drug dependence? Addiction (Abingdon, England). 108: 1199-200
Hsu SH, Collins SE, Marlatt GA. (2013) Examining psychometric properties of distress tolerance and its moderation of mindfulness-based relapse prevention effects on alcohol and other drug use outcomes. Addictive Behaviors. 38: 1852-8
Staiger PK, Richardson B, Long CM, et al. (2013) Overlooked and underestimated? Problematic alcohol use in clients recovering from drug dependence. Addiction (Abingdon, England). 108: 1188-93
Steckler G, Witkiewitz K, Marlatt GA. (2013) Relapse and Lapse Principles of Addiction. 125-132
Collins SE, Malone DK, Clifasefi SL, et al. (2012) Project-based Housing First for chronically homeless individuals with alcohol problems: within-subjects analyses of 2-year alcohol trajectories. American Journal of Public Health. 102: 511-9
Wupperman P, Marlatt GA, Cunningham A, et al. (2012) Mindfulness and modification therapy for behavioral dysregulation: results from a pilot study targeting alcohol use and aggression in women. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 68: 50-66
Donovan DM, Bigelow GE, Brigham GS, et al. (2012) Primary outcome indices in illicit drug dependence treatment research: systematic approach to selection and measurement of drug use end-points in clinical trials. Addiction (Abingdon, England). 107: 694-708
Lustyk MK, Gerrish WG, Douglas H, et al. (2011) Relationships Among Premenstrual Symptom Reports, Menstrual Attitudes, and Mindfulness. Mindfulness. 2: 37-48
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