2009 AC Trifecta - References by yangxichun


									Treating the Trifecta: Co-Morbid Neuromedical, Psychiatric, & Substance Abuse Issues
Robert K. Eckert, PhD

Bay, E., McLean, Samuel A. (2007). Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: An Update for
Advanced Practice Nurses. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 39 (1), 43-51.

Bednar, Joseph. (2007). All Cards on the Table: Dual Diagnoses are Common in
Behavioral Health. The Healthcare News, June, 2007, 7 (6), 12-13.

Chambers, R.A., Sajdyk, T.J., Conroy, S.K., Lafuze, J.E., Fitz, S.d., & Shekhar, A.
(2007). Neonatal Amygdala Lesions: Co-Ocurring Impact on Social/Fear-Related
Behavior and Cocaine Sensitization in Adult Rats. Behavioral Neuroscience, 121 (6).

Fondini et al (2007). Affective, Behavioral, & Cognitive Disorder’s in the Elderly with
Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: Impact on Aging Populations. Archives of Gerentology &
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Grossman, M.A., Onken, L. (2003). Developing Behavioral Treatments for Drug Abusers
with Cognitive Impairments. NIDA Workshop Summary for Cognitively Impaired
Substance Abusers.

Katz, Robert. (2000). Substance Abuse in TBI Survivors. Jamaica Hospital Medical
Center, Brady Institute for TBI, Manuscript.

Myrick, H., & Brady, K. (2003). Editorial Review: Current Review of the Comorbidity of
Affective, Anxiety, and Substance Abuse Disorders. Current Opinions in Psychiatry,
16(3), 261-270.

Van den Bosch, LMC, Verheul, R. (2007). Patients with Addiction and Personality
Disorder: Treatment Outcomes and Clinical Implications. Current Opinions in
Psychiatry, 20(1), 67-71.

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