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Staff Biographies

Leadership

CASAColumbia’s leadership comprises a diverse group of individuals with expertise in a broad range of fields including: addiction, business, communications, epidemiology, government, law, marketing, psychology, public administration, public health, public policy, social work, sociology and statistics.

Executive Staff Biographies

Staff Bios

Chairman of the Board

Mr. Lane is the Chairman of the Board of CASAColumbia. Prior to this role, he led a distinguished career in finance. His career includes positions as Chairman and CEO of Neuberger Berman, President and COO of Shearson Lehman and Vice Chairman of Lehman Brothers and of Travelers Group. Mr. Lane also serves as a Director of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System (which includes Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan) and Co-Chair of its investment committee. He is also Chairman of the Board, Lebenthal Holdings, LLC. Mr. Lane is a graduate of New York University and holds an M.B.A. from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business.

Founder and Chairman Emeritus

Mr. Califano founded CASAColumbia in 1992. He had a distinguished career in public service, including serving as President Johnson’s assistant for domestic affairs from 1965 to 1969 and as Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare from 1977 to 1979. He practiced law in Washington, D.C., and New York until 1992, when he founded CASAColumbia. He is the author of 12 books and a member of the National Academy of Science’s Institute of Medicine. His most recent book, How to Raise a Drug-Free Kid: The Straight Dope for Parents, offers practical, user-friendly advice and information for parents. He received his B.A. from the College of the Holy Cross and his LL.B. from Harvard Law School where he graduated magna cum laude.

Selected Publications:
  • Califano, J. A. (2014). How to raise a drug-free kid: The straight dope for parents. New York: Simon & Schuster.
  • Jena, A. B., Goldman, D. P., Foster, S. E., & Califano, J. A. (2011). Prescription medication abuse and illegitimate internet based pharmacies. Annals of Internal Medicine, 155(12), 848-850.
  • Califano, J. A. (2007). High society: How substance abuse ravages America and what to do about it. New York: Public Affairs.
  • Foster, S. E., Vaughan, R. D., Foster, W. H., & Califano, J. A. (2006). Estimate of the commercial value of underage drinking and adult abusive and dependent drinking to the alcohol industry. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 160(5), 473-478.
  • Foster, S. E., Vaughan, R. D., Foster, W. H., & Califano, J. A. (2003). Alcohol consumption and expenditures for underage drinking and adult excessive drinking. JAMA, 289(8), 989-995.
  • Califano, J. A. (1998). Substance abuse and addiction: The need to know. American Journal of Public Health, 88(1), 9-11.
  • Kleber, H. D., Califano, J. A., & Demers, J. C. (1997). Clinical and societal implications of drug legalization. In J. H. Lowinson, P. Ruiz, R. B. Millman, & J. G. Langrod (Eds.), Substance abuse: A comprehensive textbook. (3rd ed.) (pp. 855-864). Baltimore, MD: Williams and Wilkins.
  • Fox, K., Merrill, J. C., Chang, H. H., & Califano, J. A. (1995). Estimating the costs of substance abuse to the Medicaid hospital care program. American Journal of Public Health, 85(1), 48-54.
  • Califano, J. A. (1994). Revealing the link between campaign financing and deaths caused by tobacco. JAMA, 272(15), 1217-1218.

President and Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Ball is the President and Chief Executive Officer for CASAColumbia. He is also Professor of Psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine where he serves as Assistant Chair for Education and Career Development and the Research Director for Yale’s Women’s Health and Addictive Behaviors Scholars Program, Psychotherapy Development Center and The APT Foundation. Dr. Ball has been principal investigator or co-investigator on numerous National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)-funded research or training grants. In addition, he has directed various clinical and research programs within The APT Foundation, a non-profit agency serving addicted persons in Connecticut. He has served on numerous National Institutes of Health (NIH) study sections and journal editorial boards. Dr. Ball received his B.A. in Psychology and English from Colgate University and his M.A and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Delaware. After completing his internship at Yale, he joined the faculty and worked in several training and research leadership positions in addiction psychiatry and psychology.

Research Topics: Cognitive behavioral, motivational, and reinforcement-based therapies for the addictions; technology-assisted interventions for addictive behaviors; assessment, treatment process and outcome for personality dysfunction and addiction

Affiliations: Yale School of Medicine; The APT Foundation

Selected Publications:
  • Carroll, K.M., Kiluk, B.D., Nich, C., Gordon, M.A., Portnoy, G., Marino, D., & Ball, S.A. (in press). Computer-assisted delivery of cognitive-behavioral therapy: Efficacy and durability of CBT4CBT among cocaine-dependent individuals maintained on methadone. American Journal of Psychiatry.
  • Samuel D.B., Miller, J.D., Widiger, T.A., Lynam, D.R., Pilkonis, P.A., & Ball, S.A. (2012). Conceptual changes to the definition of borderline personality disorder proposed for DSM-5. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 121,467-476.
  • Ball, S.A., Maccarelli, L.M, LaPaglia, D.M., & Ostrowski, M.J. (2011). Randomized trial of dual-focused therapy versus single-focused individual therapy for personality disorders and substance dependence. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 199, 319-328.
  • Sindelar, J.L. & Ball, S.A. (2010). Evaluating the costs of evidence based treatments. Addiction Science and Clinical Practice, 5, 44-50.
  • Nunes, E.V., Ball, S., Booth, R., Brigham, G., Calsyn, D.A., Carroll, K., Feaster, D.J., Hien, D., Hubbard, R.L., Ling, W., Petry, N., Rotrosen, J., Selzer, J., Stitzer, M., Tross, S., Wakim, P., Winhusen, T., & Woody, G. (2010). Multi-site effectiveness trials of treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring problems: Have we chosen the best designs? Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 38, 97-112.
  • Ball, S.A., Martino, S., Nich, C., Frankforter, T.L., van Horn, D., Crits-Christoph, P., Woody, G.E., Obert, J.L., Farentinos, C., & Carroll, K.M. (2007). Site matters: Multisite randomized trial of motivational enhancement therapy in community drug abuse clinics. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 75, 556-567.
  • Ball, S.A., Nich, C., Rounsaville, B.J., Eagan, D., & Carroll, K.M. (2004). Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-III subtypes of opioid dependence: Validity and matching to behavioral therapies. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 72, 698-711.
  • Ball, S.A., Rounsaville, B.J., Tennen, H., & Kranzler, H.R. (2001). Reliability of personality disorder symptoms and personality traits in substance dependent inpatients. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 110, 341-352.

Vice President and Director of Finance and Administration and Secretary-Treasurer

Ms. Brown is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations of CASAColumbia’s office, including financial management, grants and contracts administration, payroll, benefits, accounts payable and library and computer systems. In addition, she acts as liaison to the board of directors and the board’s audit and investment committees. Ms. Brown served as Director of Administration for the Washington, D.C. office of the law firm of Dewey Ballantine for 9 years prior to joining CASAColumbia. She has also been Director of Administration for the law firms of Califano, Ross & Heineman and Cohen and Uretz. Ms. Brown received her B.S. in education from The George Washington University.

General Counsel; Director of Grants, Contracts, and Legal Affairs

Ms. Woods-King is responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable laws, drafting and updating organizational documents and policies, oversight of federal government grants compliance and all contract review and negotiation. Prior to working at CASAColumbia, she worked for a large New York City law firm. She went on to work as in-house counsel for a Fortune 500 multinational company in Connecticut. Ms. Woods-King graduated from Boston University with a B.A. in chemistry. She earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School and her LL.M. in taxation from New York University School of Law.

Senior Staff Biographies

Senior Staff Biographies

Director of Health Law and Policy

Ms. Feinstein leads the development and implementation of new tools, products and initiatives at CASAColumbia aimed at increasing public awareness about the disease of addiction and risky substance use. This includes translating knowledge about these health concerns into public policy and health care practice. Prior to joining CASAColumbia, Ms. Feinstein practiced health care law at a leading global law firm. She has also worked as a research/policy analyst for institutions such as President Clinton’s National Bioethics Advisory Commission, the University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioethics and The Hastings Center. She received her J.D. from New York University School of Law and her B.A. in bioethics from Brown University.

Research Topics: Adolescent substance use prevention; addiction treatment; teen culture; engaged parenting; health care reform; health policy.

Selected Publications:
  • Feinstein, E. C., Richter, L., & Foster, S. E. (2012). Addressing the critical health problem of adolescent substance use through health care, research, and public policy. Journal of Adolescent Health, 50(5), 431-436.

Director of Adolescent and Family Research

Dr. Hogue directs a federally funded research program focused on treatment adherence and competence, therapeutic alliance, psychotherapy process-outcome research, adolescent development and normative family processes, and community-based prevention for adolescent substance use and related behavior problems at CASAColumbia. He is a licensed clinical psychologist. He received his B.A. in philosophy and psychology from Columbia University and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Temple University.

Affiliations: Consulting Editor for the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology

Research Topics: Development of family-based interventions for adolescent drug users and delinquency; adherence and process research on family intervention models; case management services for adult substance users and their families who receive public assistance.

Selected Publications:
  • Hogue, A., Ozechowski, T. J., Robbins, M. S., & Waldron, H. B. (2013). Making fidelity an intramural game: Localizing quality assurance procedures to promote sustainability of evidence-based practices in usual care. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 20(1), 60-77.
  • Hogue, A., Dauber, S., Lichvar, E., & Spievak, G. (2012). Adolescent and caregiver reports of ADHD symptoms among inner-city youth: Agreement, perceived need for treatment, and behavioral correlates. Journal of Attention Disorders. doi: 10.1177/1087054712443160.
  • Hogue, A., Dauber, S., & Henderson, C. (2012). Therapist self-report of evidence-based practices in usual care for adolescent behavior problems: Factor and construct validity. Administration and Policy in Mental Health. doi 10.1007/s10488-012-0442-8.
  • Dauber, S., & Hogue, A. (2011). Profiles of systems involvement in a sample of high-risk urban adolescents with unmet treatment needs. Children and Youth Services Review, 33(10), 2018-2026.
  • Hogue, A., & Dauber, S. (2011). Diagnostic profiles among urban adolescents with unmet treatment needs: Comorbidity and perceived need for treatment and behavioral correlates. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. doi 10.1177/1063426611407500.
  • Hogue, A., Dauber, S., & Morgenstern, J. (2010). Validation of a contemplation ladder in an adult substance use disorder sample. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 24(1), 137-144.
  • Hogue, A. (2010). When technology fails: Getting back to nature. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 17(1), 72-81.
  • Hogue, A., Dauber, S., Dasaro, C., & Morgenstern, J. (2010). Predictors of employment in substance-using male and female welfare recipients. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 38(2), 108-118.
  • Dauber, S., Hogue, A., Paulson, J. F., & Lieferman, J. A. (2009). Typologies of alcohol use in White and African American adolescent girls. Substance Use and Misuse, 44(8), 1121-1141.
  • Hogue, A., & Liddle, H. A. (2009). Family-based treatment for adolescent substance abuse: Controlled trials and new horizons in service research. Journal of Family Therapy, 31(2), 126-154.

Director of Marketing

Ms. Manning is responsible for developing and overseeing all strategic marketing plans for CASAColumbia. Key responsibilities include brand management, strategic partnerships and driving the visibility of the CASAColumbia brand to generate interest and support from potential donors and partners. Ms. Manning came to CASAColumbia from Civic Entertainment Group, a marketing and promotions firm, where she was an Account Director responsible for clients such as The History Channel, for which she brokered a successful partnership with the City of New York to promote heritage tourism to New York City. Prior to that she was responsible for the marketing of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular shows outside of New York City. She received her B.S. in business administration with a concentration in marketing from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Senior Scientist

Dr. Morgenstern’s work at CASAColumbia focuses on researching the integration of addiction prevention and treatment care across multiple government health systems, in the same manner as any other chronic disease. He is also the Director of Addiction Services for the North Shore Health System (NSHS). Prior to working at NSHS, Dr. Morgenstern served as Director of Addiction Services at Mount Sinai Medical Center and Columbia University Medical Center. He is a licensed psychologist in New York and New Jersey, and is an expert in substance use treatment and health services research. Dr. Morgenstern has published numerous scientific articles and serves as a consultant to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) and the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA). He has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from New York University and a B.A. in English literature from Columbia University.

Affiliations: North Shore Health System

Research Topics: Treatment for addiction.

Selected Publications:
  • Morgenstern, J., Hogue, A., Dauber, S., Dasaro, C., & McKay, J. R. (2009). A practical clinical trial of care management to treat substance use disorder among public assistance beneficiaries. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 77(2), 257-269.
  • Morgenstern, J., Hogue, A., Dauber, S., Dasaro, C., & McKay, J. R. (2009). Does coordinated care management improve employment for substance-using welfare recipients? Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 70(6), 955-963.
  • Morgenstern, J., Hogue, A., Dasaro, C., Kuerbis, A., & Dauber, S. (2008). Characteristics of individuals screening positive for substance use in a welfare setting: Implications for welfare and SUD treatment systems. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 69(4), 561-570.
  • Morgenstern, J., & McKay, J. R. (2007). Rethinking the paradigms that inform behavioral treatment research for substance use disorders. Addiction, 102, 1377-1389.
  • Morgenstern, J., Blanchard, K. A., McCrady, B. S., McVeigh, K. H., & Et al. (2006). Effectiveness of intensive case management for substance-dependent women receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. American Journal of Public Health, 96(11), 2016-2023.
  • Blanchard, K. A., Sexton, C. C., Morgenstern, J., McVeigh, K. H., McCrady, B. S., & Irwin, T. W. (2005). Children of substance abusing women on federal welfare: Implications for child well-being and TANF policy. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 12(2/3), 89-110
  • McLellan, A. T., Gutman, M., Lynch, K., McKay, J. R., Ketterlinus, R., Morgenstern, J., et al. (2003). One-year outcome from the CASAWORKS for Families intervention for substance-abusing women on welfare. Evaluation Review, 27(6), 656-680.
  • Morgenstern, J., Bux, D., Labouvie, E. W., Morgan, T. J., Blanchard, K. A., & Meunch, F. (2003). Examining mechanisms of action in 12-step community outpatient treatment. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 72(3), 237-247.
  • Morgenstern, J., Nakashian, M., Woolis, D. D., Gibson, F. M., Bloom, N. L., & Kaulback, B. G. (2003). CASAWORKS for Families: A new treatment model for substance-abusing parenting women on welfare. Evaluation Review, 27(6), 583-596.
  • Morgenstern, J., McCrady, B. S., Blanchard, K. A., McVeigh, K. H., Riordan, A., & Irwin, T. W. (2003). Barriers to employability among substance dependent and nonsubstance-affected women on federal welfare: Implications for program design. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 64(2), 239-246.

Director of Health Services Research

Dr. Neighbors oversees research on treatment system change and integration with health care at CASAColumbia. He came to CASAColumbia from Brown Medical School where he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and a Research Fellow. Prior to that, he was a Financial Analyst at Kraft-General Foods in White Plains, New York. He received his B.A. in history and Spanish from Washington University in St. Louis, his M.B.A. in finance from Indiana University and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Rutgers University.

Research Topics: Health care reform; treatment systems change; big data analytics; integration of behavioral health care into mainstream health care.

Projects: CASACARESM (Chronic Care Approaches to Recovery); CASAHOPESM (Housing Opportunities Program Evaluation); CASASARDSM (Substance Abuse Research Demonstration); New York State Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (NYSBIRT); Developing Sustainable Screening in Health Care Settings; Medication Assisted Treatment Initiative (MATI); and New York State Medicaid Health Homes.

Selected Publications:
  • Dauber, S., Neighbors, C. J., Dasaro, C., Riordan, A., & Morgenstern, J. (2012). Impact of intensive case management on child welfare system involvement for substance-dependent parenting women on public assistance. Child Youth Services Review, 34(7), 1359-1366.
  • Hartman, S. J., Dunsiger, S. I., Pekmezi, D. W., Barbera, B., Neighbors, C. J., Marquez, B., et al. (2011). Impact of baseline BMI upon the success of Latina participants enrolled in a 6-month physical activity intervention. Journal of Obesity. doi: 10.1155/2011/921916.
  • Kuerbis, A., Neighbors, C. J., & Morgenstern, J. (2011). Depression's moderation of the effectiveness of intensive case management with substance-dependent women on Temporary Assistance for Needy Families: Outpatient substance use disorder treatment utilization and outcomes. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 72(2), 297-307.
  • Neighbors, C. J., Barnett, N. P., Rohsenow, D. J., Colby, S. M., & Monti, P. M. (2010). Cost effectiveness of a motivational intervention for alcohol-involved youth in a hospital emergency department. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 71(3), 384-394.
  • Morgenstern, J., Neighbors, C. J., Kuerbis, A., Riordan, A., Blanchard, K. A., McVeigh, K. H., et al. (2009). Improving 24-month abstinence and employment outcomes for substance-dependent women receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families with intensive case management. American Journal of Public Health, 99(2), 328-333.
  • Pekmezi, D., Neighbors, C. J., Gans, K. M., Bock, B. C., Lee, C., Morrow, K., et al. (2009). Randomized controlled trial of a culturally and linguistically adapted physical activity intervention for Latinas. Journal of Preventive Medicine, 37(6), 495-500.
  • Neighbors, C. J., Marquez, D. X., & Marcus, B. H. (2008). Leisure-time physical activity disparities among Hispanic subgroups in the United States. American Journal of Public Health, 98(8), 1460-1464.
  • Clark, M. A., Neighbors, C. J., Wasserman, M. R., Armstrong, G. F., Drnach, M. L., Howie, S. L., et al. (2007). Strategies and cost recruitment of middle-aged and older unmarried women in a cancer screening study. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention, 16(12), 2605-2614.
  • Neighbors, C. J., Rogers, M. L., Shenassa, E. D., Sciamanna, C. N., Clark, M. A., & Novak, S. P. (2007). Ethnic/racial disparities in hospital procedure volume for lung resection for lung cancer. Medical Care, 45(7), 655-663.
  • Whitely, J. A., Napolitano, M. A., Lewis, B. A., Williams, D. M., Albrecht, A., Neighbors, C. J., et al. (2007). Commit to Quit in the YMCAs: Translating an evidence-based quit smoking program for women into a community setting. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 9(11), 1227-1235.

Director of Policy Research and Analysis

Dr. Richter oversees the policy-oriented research projects at CASAColumbia. Her work focuses on integrating addiction care into mainstream medical practice, educating the public and health professionals about evidence-based addiction care, translating the science of addiction for lay audiences, understanding the substance-related attitudes and beliefs of both the general population and health care professionals, and improving substance use and addiction prevention and treatment, particularly among young people and women. She received her B.A. in psychology from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and her Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Maryland.   

Research Topics: The science of addiction; prevention; treatment; substance-related attitudes and beliefs; substance use in special populations; integrating addiction care into mainstream medicine.

Selected Publications:
  • Richter, L., Kevin Kunz, & Foster, S. E. (in press). A public health approach to prevention: The health professional’s role. In A. Herron (Ed.), Principles of Addiction Medicine: The Essentials (2nd edition). American Society of Addiction Medicine.
  • Richter, L., & Foster, S. E. (2013). Effectively addressing addiction requires changing the language of addiction. Journal of Public Health Policy, 35(1), 60-64.
  • Richter, L., & Foster, S. E. (2013). The exclusion of nicotine: Closing the gap in addiction policy and practice. American Journal of Public Health, 103(8), 14-16. 
  • Foster, S., & Richter, L. (2013). Substance use disorders. In R. T. Senie (Ed.), Epidemiology of women’s health (pp. 249-256). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
  • Feinstein, E. C., Richter, L., & Foster, S. E. (2012). Addressing the critical health problem of adolescent substance use through health care, research, and public policy. Journal of Adolescent Health, 50(5), 431-436.
  • Richter, L., Vaughan, R. D., & Foster, S. E. (2004). Public attitudes about underage drinking policies: Results from a national survey. Journal of Public Health Policy, 25(1), 58-77.
  • Johnson, P. B., & Richter, L. (2004). What if we’re wrong? Some possible implications of systematic distortions in adolescents’ self-reports of sensitive behaviors. Journal of Drug Issues, 34(4), 951-970.
  • Richter, L., & Johnson, P. B. (2001). Current methods of assessing substance use: A review of strengths, problems, and developments. Journal of Drug Issues, 31(4), 809-832.
  • Richter, L., & Richter, D. M. (2001). Exposure to parental tobacco and alcohol use: Effects on children’s health and development. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 71(2), 182-203.
  • Brook, J. S., Richter, L., & Rubenstone, L. (2000). Consequences of adolescent drug use on psychiatric disorders in early adulthood. Annals of Medicine, 32(6). 401-407.

Director of Digital Communications

Andrea Roley leads the strategic development, implementation and management of CASAColumbia’s digital and traditional communication channels. She is also responsible for media relations. Prior to joining CASAColumbia, Ms. Roley spent eight years writing and executing internal and external communications for several top tier health care clients, translating complex scientific and clinical information for a mass audience through a variety of communication materials. She holds a dual B.A. degree from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in Newspaper and from the College of Arts and Sciences in Political Science.

Senior Scientist

Dr. Vaughan directs CASAColumbia’s Institutional Review Board and serves as the senior statistical consult for the organization’s policy and health services research initiatives. He is the Vice Dean for Academic Advancement at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University where he is a Professor in the Department of Biostatistics. Dr. Vaughan currently serves as a Consulting Biostatistician at Rockefeller University and is Director of Evaluation at Harlem Prevention Center and the Harlem Children’s Zone Asthma Initiative in New York. He received his B.A. in psychology at Washington College, completed his M.S. in applied mathematical statistics and received a DrPH in biostatistics from Columbia University.  

Affiliations: Associate Editor for Statistics and Evaluation of the American Journal of Public Health.

Research Topics: Development of analytic methods for clustered or correlated data; evaluation of community-based public health programs; involvement in the advancing fields of non-invasive surgical techniques.

Selected Publications:
  • Sung, H.-E., Richter, L., Vaughan, R., & Foster, S. E. (2013). Substance use and addiction and American prison and jail inmates.  In L. Gideon (Ed.), Special needs offenders in correctional institutions (pp. 459-493). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Foster, W. H., & Vaughan, R. D. (2005). Absenteeism and business costs: Does substance abuse matter? Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 28(1), 27-33.
  • Sung, H.-E., Richter, L., Vaughan, R., Johnson, P. B., & Thom, B. (2005). Nonmedical use of prescription opioids among teenagers in the United States: Trends and correlates. Journal of Adolescent Health, 37(1), 44-51.
  • Richter, L., Vaughan, R. D., & Foster, S. E. (2004). Public attitudes about underage drinking policies: Results from a national survey. Journal of Public Health Policy, 25(1), 58-77.
  • Margolin, A., Kleber, H. D., Avants, S. K., Konefal, J., Gawin, F., Stark, E., et al. (2002). The Cocaine Alternative Treatments Study: A multi-site, randomized controlled trial of acupuncture for the treatment of cocaine addiction [Letter]. JAMA, 287(14), 1801-1802.
  • Johnson, P. B., Boles, S. M., Kleber, H. D., Vaughan, R. D., & McVeigh, K. H. (2000). Age-related differences in adolescent smokers' and nonsmokers' assessments of the relative addictiveness and health harmfulness of cigarettes, alcohol, and marijuana. Journal of Substance Abuse, 11(1), 45-52.
  • Johnson, P. B., Boles, S. M., Vaughan, R., & Kleber, H. D. (2000). The co-occurrence of smoking and binge drinking in adolescence. Addictive Behaviors, 25(5), 779-783.

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