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Afin de vous présenter de la meilleure façon possible les documents pertinents qui portent sur le Programme des Alcooliques Anonymes en 12 étapes et ses mécanismes thérapeutiques nous séparons la liste des publications en trois (3) parties:

Partie 1 – Publications officielles des AA (par ordre d’importance)

Partie 2 – Les études les plus importantes qui portent sur les mécanisme thérapeutiques identifiés et, dans certains cas, évalués scientifiquement par les chercheurs spécialisés sur les AA (par ordre d’importance)

Partie 3 – Les autres études et documents qui portent sur le Programme des AA et sur les mécanismes thérapeutiques de celui-ci. (par ordre alphabétique)

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Partie 1 – Publications officielles des AA (par ordre d’importance)

Les deux références qui suivent sont les versions écrite et audio de ce qui est considéré comme étant le livre le plus important de l’association des Alcooliques Anonymes. Portant le nom qui allait devenir celui de l’association, il a été publié pour la première fois en 1939. C’est le seul ouvrage des AA qui explique de A à Z de façon détaillée l’approche de cette association en ce qui concerne l’alcoolisme, et ses ramifications, et qui présente par la suite la solution des AA formulée autour des 12 étapes. Communément appelé le « Gros livre AA », il est considéré comme étant un livre collectif écrit par les 100 premiers membres AA. Le cofondateur Bill Wilson est toutefois considéré comme étant le principal auteur du fait de sa contribution particulièrement importante dans sa rédaction.
AA2003-1 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les Alcooliques Anonymes, 4e Édition.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-1, 2003, 645 p.
AA2003-2 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les Alcooliques Anonymes, 4e Édition – Version Audio.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), 2003.
Les deux références qui suivent sont les versions écrite et audio de ce qui est considéré comme étant le second livre le plus important des Alcooliques Anonymes. Communément appelé le « 12/12 » par les membres AA, il a été entièrement rédigé par le cofondateur Bill Wilson et publié en 1953, soit 14 ans après le Gros livre. Le livre est souvent décrit comme une série d’essais sur les étapes  rédigés par l’auteur afin de partager ses expériences suite à près de 18 ans d’abstinence.  Le livre a aussi été une occasion créée par ce dernier pour présenter de façon détaillée les 12 Traditions AA sur lesquelles il avait travaillé avec acharnement depuis déjà quelques années afin d’en arriver à leur adoption par le mouvement AA. En termes thérapeutiques, les Traditions AA sont souvent décrites comme étant l’équivalent des étapes pour le rétablissement des membres dans leurs rapports avec leur entourage (familial, social, professionnel, etc.).
AA2003-3 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les Douze Étapes et les Douze Traditions
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-2, 2003, 220 p.
AA2003-4 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les Douze Étapes et les Douze Traditions – Version Audio.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), 2003.


AA1983 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le mouvement des Alcooliques Anonymes devient adulte.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-3, 1983, 346 p
AA1983-2 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) La Tradition des AA et son développement par Bill W. – Un tour d’horizon des événements historiques à l’origine de nos douze traditions uniques en leur genre.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-17,1983, 64 p.


AA1982 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Réflexions de Bill (Le mode de vie des AA).
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-18, 1982, 335 p.
AA1991-1 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Réflexions quotidiennes.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-12,1991, 384 p.


AA2003-5 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le programme des AA – Spirituel mais jamais « Religieux ».
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), Informations sur les AA, un bulletin destiné aux professionnels, Automne 2003.
AA2011 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le sens de l’anonymat.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-47, 2011,19 p.
AA2017-1 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Foire aux questions sur les AA.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-2, 2017, 42 p.
AA2017-3 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Problèmes autres que l’alcoolisme par Bill W., cofondateur des Alcooliques anonymes.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-35, 2017, 8 p.
AA2017-4 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les mythes et les idées fausses.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), Informations sur les AA, un bulletin destiné aux professionnels, Automne 2017.
AA2018-1 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Un nouveau veut savoir…
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-24, 2018,8 p.
AA2018-10 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Dossier d’information sur les AA.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FM-24, 2018, 20 p.
AA2018-2 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Différentes avenues vers la spiritualité.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-84, 2018, 16 p.
AA2018-3 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le mot « Dieu » : Membres agnostiques et athées chez les AA.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-86, 2018, 24 p.
AA2018-4 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le membre des A.A. face aux médicaments et autres drogues — Rapport d’un groupe de médecins membres des Alcooliques anonymes.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-11, 2018, 25 p.
AA2018-6 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) La Structure des AA – Comprendre le Mouvement et ses services.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-18, 2018, 16 p.
AA2018-9 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Voici les AA…une introduction au programme de rétablissement des AA.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-1, 2018, 24 p.
AA2019 Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Vivre… sans alcool.
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-7, 2019, 98 p. 

Partie 2 – Les études les plus importantes qui portent sur les mécanisme thérapeutiques identifiés et, dans certains cas, évalués scientifiquement par les chercheurs spécialisés sur les AA (par ordre d’importance)

     
     

Partie 3 – Les autres études et documents qui portent sur le Programme des AA et sur les mécanisme thérapeutiques de celui-ci. (par ordre alphabétique)

Borkman1976 Thomasina Borkman Experiential Knowledge: A New Concept for the Analysis of Self-help Groups.
Social Service Review, 1976, 50(3), pp 445-456.
Borkman2008 Thomasina Borkman The Twelve-Step Recovery Model of AA: A Voluntary Mutual Help Association.
In M. Galanter & LA Kaskutas (Eds), Recent Developments in Alcoholism, 18, 2008, pp 321-346.
Chesnut2000 Glenn F. Chesnut Jim Burwell: early AA’s first famous atheist
Atheism, Moral Psychology, and the Deus Non Vocatus in Early Alcoholics Anonymous, 2000, Online on Hindsfoot Foundation, 7 p.
Clay2001 Rebecca A. Clay The Secret of the 12 Steps – Researchers explore spirituality’s role in substance abuse prevention and treatment.
Monitor on Psychology, Dec 2003, p. 50.
Davis1998 Diane R. Davis
Golie G. Jansen.
Making Meaning of Alcoholics Anonymous for Social Workers: Myths, Metaphors, and Realities.
Social Work, Mar1998, 43(2), pp 169-182.  Abstract only.
Donovan2013 Dennis M. Donovan
Michelle H. Ingalsbe
James Benbow
Dennis C. Daley
12-Step Interventions and Mutual Support Programs for Substance Use Disorders: An Overview.
Social Work in Public Health, 2013, 28(3-4), pp 313-332.
Forcehimes2005 Alyssa A. Forcehimes Course of Recovery from Alcoholism – Transformational Change in Recovery (Symposium – California 2005 – 3rd presentation).
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, Jun 2006, 30(6), pp 1079-1090.
Groh2008-1 David R. Groh
Leonard A. Jason
Christopher B. Keys
Social Network Variables in Alcoholics Anonymous: A Literature Review.
Clinical Psychology Review, Mar 2008, 28(3), pp 430-450.  
Hazelden2004 Butler Center for Research Alcoholics Anonymous.
Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Foundation, Dec 2004.
Hazelden2017-5 Butler Center for Research Applications of Positive Psychology to Substance Use Disorder.
Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, May 2017.
Hazelden2019-1 Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Recovery Insights – The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Blog, Mar 20 2019.
Hazelden2019-4 Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Making Amends in Addiction Recovery.
Recovery Insights – The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Blog, Jan 28 2019.
Humphreys2004 Keith Humphreys Circle of Recovery: Self-Help Organizations for Addictions.
Cambridge University Press, 2004, 228 p.
Humphreys2009 Keith Humphreys
Paul J. P. Whelan
E. Jane Marshall
David M. Ball
Treatment – The Role of AA Sponsors: A Pilot Study
Alcohol & Alcoholism, July-Aug. 2009, 44(4), pp. 416-422.
Ippolito2019 Tracy Ippolito Safe in the Rooms of A.A.: How Anonymity Helps Reduce the Stigma of Help-seeking and Reinforces Solidarity and Group Cohesiveness.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Online publication 30 July 2019.
Irving2014 James G. Irving How Does AA’s 12 Steps and Membership of the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous Work for Addressing Drinking Problems?
PhD thesis, Manchester University School of Law, 2014. 325 p.
Kaskutas2002-2 Lee Ann Kaskutas
Edward Oberste
MAAEZ – Making Alcoholics Anonymous Easier – Manual.
Public Health Institute, Alcohol Research Group, 2002, Berkeley, CA, 27 p.
Kaskutas2007-1 Lee Ann Kaskutas
Edward Oberste
Lyndsay A. Avalos
Douglas Polcine
A Brief Scale for Measuring Helping Activities in Recovery: The Brief Helper Therapy Scale.
Substance Use & Misuse, Feb 2007, 42(11), pp 1767-1781.
Kaskutas2007-2 Thomasina Borkman
Lee Ann Kaskutas
Patricia Owen
Contrasting and Converging Philosophies of Three Models of Alcohol / Other Drugs Treatment.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Sep 2007, 25(3), pp 21-38.  Abstract only.
Kelly2008-2 John F. Kelly
Barbara S. McCrady
Twelve-step Facilitation in Non-specialty Settings.
In M. Galanter & LA Kaskutas (Eds), Recent Development in Alcoholism, 18, 2008, pp 321-346. Abstract only.
Kelly2008-3 John F. Kelly
Julie D. Yeterian
Chapter 4 – Mutual-Help Groups.
In Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional, Evidence-Based Adjunctive Treatments, Academic Press, 2008, pp 61-105.
Kelly2009 John F. Kelly
Molly Magill
Robert L. Stout
How Do People Recover from Alcohol Dependence? A Systematic Review of the Research on Mechanisms of Behavior Change in Alcoholics Anonymous.
Addiction Research and Theory, June 2009, 17(3), pp 236-259.
Kelly2010-1 John F. Kelly
Alexandre B. Laudet
William L. White
Et Al.
How Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Work: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Dec 2010, 29(1), pp 75–84.
Kelly2010-2 John F. Kelly
J. Scott Tonigan
Maria E. Pagano
Et Al.
Mechanisms of Behavior Change in Alcoholics Anonymous: Does AA Lead to Better Alcohol Use Outcomes by Reducing Depression Symptoms?
Addiction, 2010, 105(4), pp 626-636.
Kelly2010-3 John F. Kelly
J. Scott Tonigan
Maria E. Pagano
Et Al.
Negative Affect, Relapse, and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): Does AA Work by Reducing Anger?
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, May 2010, 71(3), pp 434-444. 
Kelly2011-1 John F. Kelly
Karen A. Urbanoski
Bettina B. Hoeppner
Valerie Slaymaker
Facilitating Comprehensive Assessment of 12-step experiences: A Multidimensional Measure of Mutual-Help Activity.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Jan 2011, 29(3), pp 181-203.
Kelly2011-2 John F. Kelly
Julie D. Yeterian
The Role of Mutual-Help Groups in Extending the Framework of Treatment.
Alcohol Research & Health, 2011, 33(4), pp 350-355.
Kelly2011-3 John F. Kelly
J. Scott Tonigan
Maria E. Pagano
Et Al.
Spirituality in Recovery: A Lagged Mediational Analysis of Alcoholics Anonymous’ Principal Theoretical Mechanism of Behavior Change.
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, March 2011, 35(3), pp 454-463.
Kelly2011-5 John F. Kelly
Robert L. Stout
Molly Magill
J. Scott Tonigan
The Role of Alcoholics Anonymous in Mobilizing Adaptive Social Network Changes: A Prospective Lagged Mediational Analysis.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Apr 2011, 114(2-3), pp 119-126.
Kelly2012-1 John F. Kelly
Bettina B. Hoeppner
Robert L. Stout
Maria E. Pagano
Determining the Relative Importance of the Mechanisms of Behavior Change within Alcoholics Anonymous: A Multiple Mediator Analysis.
Addiction, Feb 2012, 107(2), pp 289-299.
Kelly2013-2 John F. Kelly
M. Claire Greene
The Twelve Promises of Alcoholics Anonymous: Psychometric Measure Validation and Mediational Testing as a 12-Step Specific Mechanism of Behavior Change.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Dec 2013, 133(2), pp 633-640.
Kelly2013-3 Maria E. Pagano
William L. White
John F. Kelly
Et Al.
The 10 Year Course of AA Participation and Long-Term Outcomes: A Follow-up Study of Outpatient Subjects in Project MATCH.
Substance Abuse Journal, Jan 2013, 34(1), pp 51-59.
Kelly2013-5 John F. Kelly
Bettina Hoeppner
Does Alcoholics Anonymous Work Differently for Men and Women? A Moderated Multiple-Mediation Analysis in a Large Clinical Sample.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Jun 2013, 130(0), pp 186-193.
Kelly2013-6 John F. Kelly
Robert L. Stout
Valerie Slaymaker
Emerging Adults’ Treatment Outcomes in Relation to 12-step Mutual-Help Attendance and Active Involvement.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Apr 2013, 129(1-2), pp 151-157.
Kelly2013-7 John F. Kelly Alcoholics Anonymous science update: introduction to the special issue.
Substance Abuse Journal, 2013, 34(1), pp 1-3.
Kelly2014-6 John F. Kelly
Robert L. Stout
M. Claire Greene
Valerie Slaymaker
Young Adults, Social Networks, and Addiction Recovery: Post Treatment Changes in Social Ties and Their Role as a Mediator of 12-Step Participation.
PLOS ONE, June19 2014, 9(6).
Kelly2016-1 John F. Kelly
M. Claire Greene
Brandon G. Bergman
Recovery Benefits of the “Therapeutic Alliance” among 12-step Mutual-help Organization Attendees and their Sponsors.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, May 2016 May, 162, pp 64-71.
Kelly2016-2 John F. Kelly Is Alcoholics Anonymous Religious, Spiritual, Neither? Findings from 25 Years of Mechanisms of Behavior Change Research.
Addiction, Jun 2017, 112(6), pp 929-936.
Kelly2018  John F. Kelly Are societies paying unnecessarily for an otherwise free lunch? Final musings on the research on Alcoholics Anonymous and its mechanisms of behavior change. (Commentary in link with Kelly 2016-2).
Addiction, June 2018, 112(6), pp 943-945.
Kelly2019-4 John F. Kelly Detecting spirituality using brain imaging – implications for addiction recovery?
Recovery Research Institute, Online publication Only, 2019. Review of Miller 2019.
Knopf2017 Alison Knopf How Psychiatrists Can Use AA to Help Their Patients.
Psych Central (Online), March 3 2917.
Krentzman2013 Amy R. Krentzman
James A. Cranford
Elizabeth A. R. Robinson
Multiple Dimensions of Spirituality in Recovery: A Lagged Mediational Analysis of Alcoholics Anonymous’ Principal Theoretical Mechanism of Behavior Change.
Substance Abuse Journal, 34(1), pp 20-32
Kurtz1982 Ernest Kurtz Why A.A. works: The Intellectual Significance of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 43(1),1982, pp 38-80.
Kurtz1988 Ernest Kurtz “Spiritual Rather Than Religious”: The Contribution of Alcoholics Anonymous.
In Waahlberg, R.B. (ed.) Prevention and Control / Realities and Aspirations. National Directorate for the Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Problems,1989, Vol. II, pp. 678-86.
Kurtz1991 Ernest Kurtz Shame in the Nineties.
Plenary presentation at the First National Conference on Shame, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 8-111991.
Kurtz1992-1 Ernest Kurtz Research on Alcoholics Anonymous:  The Historical Context.
Conference presentation in 1992. Published in The Collected Ernie Kurtz. The Bishop of Books, Wheeling, WV,1999, pp. 1-22.
Kurtz1992-2 Ernest Kurtz Commentary on “Lay Treatment”.
The Collected Ernie Kurtz. The Bishop of Books, Wheeling, WV,1999, pp. 83-90.
Kurtz1993 Ernest Kurtz A.A. Grapevine History: Continuities and Changes.
Unpublished. Available online on William White Papers.
Kurtz1994 Ernest Kurtz
William R. Miller
Models of Alcoholism Used in Treatment: Contrasting A.A. and Other Models with Which it is Often Confused.
The Collected Ernie Kurtz, Hindsfoot Foundation Series on Treatment and Recovery. Authors Choice, New York,1999, pp 91-108.
Kurtz1999 Ernest Kurtz Whatever Happened to Twelve-Step Programs?
The Collected Ernie Kurtz. The Bishop of Books, Wheeling, WV,1999, pp. 146-176.
Kurtz2003 Ernest Kurtz
William L. White
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).
In Blocker, J. and Tyrell, I., Eds., Alcohol and Temperance in Modern History. Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-CLIO, pp. 27-31.
Kurtz2008 Ernest Kurtz
William L. White
Twelve Defining Moments in the History of Alcoholics Anonymous.
In Galanter, M. & Kaskutas, L. (Eds.) Recent Developments in Alcoholism, 18, 2008, pp 37-57.
Laudet2006 Alexandre B. Laudet
Keith Morgen
William L. White
The Role of Social Supports, Spirituality, Religiousness, Life Meaning and Affiliation with 12-Step Fellowships in Quality of Life Satisfaction Among Individuals in Recovery from Alcohol and Drug Problems.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2006, 24(1-2), pp 33-73.
Laudet2008 Alexandre B. Laudet
William L. White
Recovery capital as prospective predictor of sustained recovery, life satisfaction, and stress among former poly-substance users.
Substance Use and Misuse, 2008, 43(1), pp 27-54.
Mendola2016 Annette Mendola
Richard L. Gibson
Addiction, 12-Step Programs, and Evidentiary Standards for Ethically and Clinically Sound Treatment Recommendations: What Should Clinicians Do?
American Medical Association, Journal of Ethics, June 2016, 18(6), pp 646-655.
Miller2015 Michael Miller The Relevance of Twelve-Step Recovery in 21st Century Addiction Medicine.
American Society of Addiction Medicine, The ASAM Magazine, Online publication, 13 Feb. 2015.
Miller2019 Lisa Miller
 Iris M. Balodis
Clayton H McClintock
Et Al.
Neural Correlates of Personalized Spiritual Experiences.
Cerebral Cortex, 2019, 29(6), pp 2331-2338. Abstract only.
Moos2007 Rudolf H. Moos. Theory-Based Active Ingredients of Effective Treatments for Substance Use Disorders.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, May 2007 May, 88(2-3), pp 109-121.
Moos2008-1 Rudolf H. Moos
Christine Timko
Outcome Research on 12-Step and Other Self-Help Programs.
In Textbook of substance abuse treatment, M. Galanter, & H. O. Kleber (Eds.), American Psychiatric Press, Washington, DC, 2008, 4th ed., Chap. 36, pp 511-521.
Moos2011 Rudolf H. Moos
Daniel M. Blonigen
Christine Timko
Et Al.
Alcoholics Anonymous Attendance, Decreases in Impulsivity, and Drinking and Psychosocial Outcomes over 16 Years: Moderated-Mediation from a Developmental Perspective.
Addiction, Dec 2011, 106(12), pp 2167-2177.
Moos2013 Rudolf H. Moos
Daniel M. Blonigen
Christine Timko
Alcoholics Anonymous and Reduced Impulsivity: A Novel Mechanism of Change.
Substance Abuse Journal, Jan 2013, 34(1), pp 4-12.
Morgenstern1997 Jon Morgenstern
Erich Labouvie
Barbara S. McCrady
Et Al.
Affiliation with Alcoholics Anonymous After Treatment: A Study of Its Therapeutic Effects and Mechanisms of Action.
American Psychological Association, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology,1997, 65(5), pp 768-777.
OMS1993-3 Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Programme on Substance Abuse – Approaches to Treatment of Substance Abuse (Only available in English).
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS), Genève,1993, 200 p.
Pagano2009-1 Maria E. Pagano
Sarah E. Zemore
Casey C. Onder
Robert L. Stout
Predictors of Initial AA-Related Helping: Findings from Project MATCH.
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Jan 2009, 70(1), pp 117-125.
Pagano2009-2 Maria E. Pagano
Stephen G. Post
Robert L. Stout
Et Al.
Helping Others and Long-term Sobriety: Who Should I Help to Stay Sober?
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Jan 2009, 27(1), pp 38-50.
Pagano2011 Maria E. Pagano
Stephen G. Post
Shannon M. Johnson
Alcoholics Anonymous – Related Helping and the Helper Therapy Principle.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Jan 2010, 29(1), pp 23-24.
Pagano2014 Maria E. Pagano
Matthew T. Lee
Paige S. Veta
Byron R. Johnson
Daily Spiritual Experiences and Adolescent Treatment Response.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, April 2014, 32(2-3), pp 271-298.
Pagano2015-1 Maria E. Pagano
Stephen G. Post
Byron R. Johnson
Matthew T. Lee
Positive Psychology in AA and the 12 Steps: Adolescent Recovery in Relation to Humility.
American Psychological Association, Addiction Psychology -Division 50, The Addictions Newsletter – Fall Edition, Sep 2015, pp 18-20.
Pagano2016-1 Maria E. Pagano
Stephen G. Post
Matthew T. Lee
Byron R. Johnson.
Humility and 12-Step Recovery: A Prolegomenon for the Empirical Investigation of a Cardinal Virtue in Alcoholics Anonymous.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2016, 34(3), pp 262-273.
Pagano2016-2 Maria E. Pagan
Matthew T. Lee
Byron R. Johnson.
Stephen G. Post
Love and Service in Adolescent Addiction Recovery.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2016, 34(2), pp197-222.
Pagano2016-3 Maria E. Pagano
Byron R. Johnson.
Matthew T. Lee
Stephen G. Post
Positive Criminology and Rethinking the Response to Adolescent Addiction: Evidence on the Role of Social Support, Religiosity, and Service to Others.
International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, 2016, 5, pp 172-181.
Pagano2017 Maria E. Pagano
Matthew T. Lee
Stephen G. Post
Et Al.
From Defiance to Reliance: Spiritual Virtue as a Pathway Towards Desistence, Humility, and Recovery Among Juvenile Offenders.
American Psychological Association, Spirituality in Clinical Practice, Sep 2017, 4(3), pp 161-175.
Perreault2013 Michel Perreault
Janina Komaroff
Toutes les organisations ne sont pas égales quant au pouvoir décisionnel de leurs pairs aidants!
Drogues, santé et société, 2013, 12(1), pp 41-56.
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Lee Ann Kaskutas
J. Scott Tonigan
Et Al.
Participation in Alcoholics Anonymous: Intended and Unintended Change Mechanisms.
Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, Apr 2003, 27(3), pp 524-532.  Abstract only
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Traduction de l’article The Act of Surrender in the Therapeutic Process with Special Reference to Alcoholism.
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Tiebout1953-2 The 12 Steps as Ego Deflating Devices
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Tonigan2003 J. Scott Tonigan. Spirituality and AA Practices.
Online publication. Unpublished.
Tonigan2008-1 J. Scott Tonigan
Gerard J. Connors
Kimberly S. Walitzer
Spiritual Change in Recovery
In M. Galanter & LA Kaskutas (Eds), Recent Development in Alcoholism, 18, 2008, pp 209-227. Abstract only.
Tonigan2013-2 J. Scott Tonigan
Kristina N. Rynes
Barbara S. McCrady
Spirituality as a Change Mechanism in 12-Step Programs: A Replication, Extension, and Refinement.
Substance Use and Misuse, Sep 2013, 48(12), pp 1161-1173.
Tonigan2013-3 J. Scott Tonigan
Kristina N. Rynes
Radka Toscova
Kylee J Hagler
Do Changes in Selfishness Explain 12-Step Benefit? A Prospective Lagged Analysis
Journal of Substance Abuse, Jan 2013, 34(1), pp 13-19.
Tonigan2017-2 J. Scott Tonigan
Elizabeth A. McCallion
Tessa Frohe
Matthew R. Pearson
Lifetime Alcoholics Anonymous Attendance as a Predictor of Spiritual Gains in the Relapse Replication and Extension Project (RREP)
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, Feb 2017, 31(1), pp 54-60.
USATTCNW2009-2 Lynn McIntosh
Mary Anne Bryan
Steve Gallon
Twelve Step Facilitation – Part 2 – The Original Model.
ATTC Northwest Frontier – Addiction Messenger, Aug 2009, 12(8), 3 p.
USATTCNW2009-3 Lynn McIntosh
Mary Anne Bryan
Steve Gallon
Twelve Step Facilitation – Part 3 – Group and Brief Individual Models.
ATTC Northwest Frontier – Addiction Messenger, Sep 2009, 12(9), 3 p.
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USVA2014 U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Whole Health: Change the Conversation – Recovery-Based Mutual Self-Help Groups Clinical Tool.
Department of Veterans Affairs, VHA Office of Patient Centered Care and Cultural Transformation, 2014, 9 p.
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