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AA
1975
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les deux fondateurs des AA – Notes biographiques et extraits de leurs dernières conférences. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-53, 1975, 40 p.
AA
1982
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Réflexions de Bill (Le mode de vie des AA). Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-18, 1982, 335 p.
AA
1983-1
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le mouvement des Alcooliques Anonymes devient adulte. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-3, 1983, 346 p
AA
1983-2
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.
AA
1991-1
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Réflexions quotidiennes. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-12, 1991, 384 p.
AA
1991-2
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Favoriser le rapprochement entre les centres de traitement et les AA. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-49, 1991, 8 p.
AA
1994
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les AA dans les établissements de traitement. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-27, 1994, 24 p.
AA
1995
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Two Psychiatrists View A.A. – 50 Years Apart. About AA, A Newsletter for Professional, Spring 1995.
AA
1996
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Dr Bob et les pionniers. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-8, 1996, 363 p.
AA
1999
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le Manuel du Traitement. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FM-40, 1999, 42 p.
AA
2003-1
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les Alcooliques Anonymes, 4e Édition. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-1, 2003, 645 p.
AA
2003-2
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les Alcooliques Anonymes, 4e Édition – Version Audio. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), 2003.
AA
2003-3
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les Douze Étapes et les Douze Traditions. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-2, 2003, 220 p.
AA
2003-4
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les Douze Étapes et les Douze Traditions – Version Audio. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), 2003.
AA
2003-5
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le programme des AA – Spirituel mais jamais « Religieux ». Informations sur les AA, un bulletin destiné aux professionnels, Automne 2003.
AA
2006
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Transmets-Le. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-9, 2006, 461 p.
AA
2011
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le sens de l’anonymat. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-47, 2011, 19 p.
AA
2013
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le Gros livre des AA version française fête son 50e anniversaire 1963-2013. Collection des archives aa-quebec.org, D-50, 2013, 16 p.
AA
2017-1
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Foire aux questions sur les AA. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-2, 2017, 42 p.
AA
2017-2
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Questions & Réponses sur le Parrainage. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-15, 2017, 32 p.
AA
2017-3
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.
AA
2017-4
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les mythes et les idées fausses. Informations sur les AA, un bulletin destiné aux professionnels, Automne 2017.
AA
2018-1
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Un nouveau veut savoir… Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-24, 2018,8 p.
AA
2018-2
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Différentes avenues vers la spiritualité. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-84, 2018, 16 p.
AA
2018-3
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Le mot « Dieu » : Membres agnostiques et athées chez les AA. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-86, 2018, 24 p.
AA
2018-4
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.
AA
2018-5
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les AA pour les alcooliques atteints de maladie mentale – et ceux qui les parrainent. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-87, 2018, 52 p.
AA
2018-6
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) La Structure des AA – Comprendre le Mouvement et ses services. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-18, 2018, 16 p.
AA
2018-7
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Les AA: une ressource pour les professionnels de la santé. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-23, 2018, 16 p.
AA
2018-8
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Vous vous occupez professionnellement d’alcoolisme? Les Alcooliques anonymes veulent travailler avec VOUS. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-46, 2018, 8 p. 
AA
2018-9
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Voici les AA…une introduction au programme de rétablissement des AA. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FP-1, 2018, 24 p. 
AA
2018-10
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Dossier d’information sur les AA. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FM-24, 2018, 20 p. 
AA
2019
Alcooliques Anonymes (AAWS) Vivre… sans alcool. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services (AAWS), FB-7, 2019, 98 p. 
ACAR
2018
Alcohol Concern, Alcohol Research UK The hardest hit: Addressing the crisis in alcohol treatment services. Alcohol Concern and Alcohol Research UK, May 2018, 28 p.
Arthur S 2014 Arthur S. A Narrative Timeline of AA History – Public Version for Public Posting. Online on William White Papers, 2014, 134 p.
Babor
2016
Thomas F. Babor,  Katherine Robaina The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT): A Review of Graded Severity Algorithms and National Adaptations. International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research, 2016, 5(2), pp 17-24.
Best
2015-1
David Best The Australian Life in Recovery Survey. Turning Point, Easternhealth, & South Pacific Private, 2015, 32 p.
Best
2015-2
David Best, Katherine Albertson, James Irving et Al. The UK Life in Recovery Survey 2015: The First National UK Survey of Addiction Recovery Experiences. Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice, University Sheffield Hallam and Action on Addiction, 2015, 39 p.
BJA-ADD 1983 British Journal of Addiction (Now Addiction) Conversation with Max Glatt. British Journal of Addiction, Journal interview no 4, Sep 1983, 78(3), pp 231-243.
BJA-ADD 1984-1 British Journal of Addiction (Now Addiction) Conversation with David Archibald. British Journal of Addiction, Journal interview no 5, June 1984, 79(2), pp 131-137
BJA-ADD 1984-2 British Journal of Addiction (Now Addiction) Conversation with Joy Moser. British Journal of Addiction, Journal interview no 7, Dec 1984, 79(4), pp 355-363.
BJA-ADD 1985 British Journal of Addiction (Now Addiction) Conversation with Mark Keller. British Journal of Addiction, Journal interview no 8, Mar 1985, 80(1), pp 5-9.
BJA-ADD 1988 British Journal of Addiction (Now Addiction) Conversation with Dr Pierre Fouquet. British Journal of Addiction, Journal interview no 17, Jan 1988, 83(1), pp 7-10.
BJA-ADD 2002 Addiction (prev. British Journal of Addiction) Conversation with Enoch Gordis. Addiction, Journal interview no 58, Feb 2002, 97(2), pp 141-151.
BJA-ADD 2005-1 Addiction (prev. British Journal of Addiction) Conversation with Griffith Edwards. Addiction, Journal interview no 66, Jan 2005, 100(1), pp 9-18.
BJA-ADD 2005-2 Addiction (prev. British Journal of Addiction) Conversation with George Vaillant. Addiction, Journal interview no 67, Mar 2005, 100(3), pp 274-280.
BJA-ADD 2007 Addiction (prev. British Journal of Addiction) Conversation with William L. White. Addiction, Journal interview no 86, Sep 2007, 102(9), pp 1365-1376.
BJA-ADD 2008 Addiction (prev. British Journal of Addiction) Conversation with Rudolf Moos. Addiction, Journal interview no 88, Jan 2008, 103(1), pp 13-23.
BJA-ADD 2009 Addiction (prev. British Journal of Addiction) Conversation with William R. Miller. Addiction, Journal interview no 89, June 2009, 104(6), pp 883-893.
BJA-ADD 2012 Addiction (prev. British Journal of Addiction) Conversation with Robin Room. Addiction, Journal interview no 100, Apr 2012, 107(4), pp 493-500.
Blum
2015
Kenneth Blum, Ben Thompson, Zsolt Demotrovics et Al. The Molecular Neurobiology of Twelve Steps Program and Fellowship: Connecting the Dots for Recovery. Journal of Reward Deficiency Syndrome and Addiction Science, 2015, 1(1), pp 46-64.
Borkman 1976 Thomasina Borkman Experiential Knowledge: A New Concept for the Analysis of Self-help Groups. Social Service Review, 1976, 50(3), pp 445-456.
Borkman 1998 Thomasina Borkman Is Recovery Planning Any Different from Treatment Planning? Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 1998, 15(1), pp 37-42.
Borkman 2008 Thomasina Borkman The Twelve-Step Recovery Model of AA: A Voluntary Mutual Help Association. In M. Galanter & LA Kaskutas (Eds), Recent Developments in Alcoholism, 2008, 18, pp 321-346.
Botvin
1995
Gilbert J. Botvin, Steven P. Schinke, Jennifer A. Epstein et Al. Effectiveness of Culturally Focused and Generic Skills Training Approaches to Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Among Minority Adolescents: Two-Year Follow-up Results. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 1995, 9(3), pp 183-194.
Botvin
2010
Gilbert J. Botvin,  Kenneth W. Griffin Evidence-Based Interventions for Preventing Substance Use Disorders in Adolescents. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Jul 2010, 19(3), pp 505-526.
Caldwell 1999 Paul E. Caldwell Fostering Client Connections with Alcoholics Anonymous: A Framework for Social Workers in Various Practice Settings. Social Work in Health Care, 1999, 28(4), pp 45-61.
CAN –
CCDUS 2005
Centre Canadien de lutte contre l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies (maintenant CCDUS) Toxicomanie au Canada : Enjeux et options actuels.  Centre Canadien de lutte contre l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies (maintenant CCDUS), 2005, 47 p.
CAN –
CCDUS 2011-1
Collège des Médecins de Famille du Canada et Centre Canadien de lutte contre l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies (maintenant CCDUS) Dépistage, intervention et aiguillage pour l’alcool : un guide clinique – Site Internet. Collège des Médecins de Famille du Canada et Centre Canadien de lutte contre l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies (maintenant CCDUS), 2011.
CAN –
CCDUS 2011-2
Collège des Médecins de Famille du Canada et Centre Canadien de lutte contre l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies (maintenant CCDUS) Dépistage, intervention et aiguillage pour l’alcool : un guide clinique – Schéma. Collège des Médecins de Famille du Canada et Centre Canadien de lutte contre l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies (maintenant CCDUS), 2011.
CAN –
CCDUS 2011-3
Collège des Médecins de Famille du Canada et Centre Canadien de lutte contre l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies (maintenant CCDUS) Dépistage, intervention et aiguillage pour l’alcool : un guide clinique – Protocole interactif. Collège des Médecins de Famille du Canada et Centre Canadien de lutte contre l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies (maintenant CCDUS), 2011.
CAN –
CCDUS 2011-4
Centre Canadien de lutte contre l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies (maintenant CCDUS) Boire intelligemment – Votre santé et l’alcool – Guide du patient pour un mode de vie plus sain. Centre Canadien de lutte contre l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies (maintenant CCDUS), 2011.
CAN –
CCDUS 2017-1
Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS) La vie en rétablissement de la toxicomanie au Canada. Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS), Ottawa, Mai 2017, 89 p.
CAN –
CCDUS 2017-2
Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS) Trouver des traitements de qualité pour les dépendances au Canada – Guide sur le traitement de la consommation d’alcool et de drogue. Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS), 2017, 20 p.
CAN –
CCDUS 2017-3
Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS) Vers un système de soins axé sur le rétablissement – Une ressource pour les prestataires de services et décideurs. Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS), 2017, 39 p.
CAN –
CCDUS 2018
Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS) Directives de consommation d’alcool à faible risque du Canada. Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS), 2018, 2 p.
CAN –
CCDUS 2019-1
Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS) Dissiper la fumée entourant le cannabis – 6 – Usage régulier et fonctionnement cognitif. Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS), 2019, 22 p.
CAN –
CCDUS 2019-2
Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS) Dissiper la fumée entourant le cannabis – 1 – Usage régulier et santé mentale. Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS), 2019, 22 p.
CAN –
SC
2018
Ministère de la Santé du Canada Enquête canadienne sur le tabac, l’alcool et les drogues 2017. Santé Canada, Ottawa, 30 Oct. 2018, 8 p.
CASA
2012
The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University Addiction Medicine: Closing the Gap between Science and Practice. National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, 2012, 586 p.
Chappel 1999 John N. Chappel, Robert N. DuPont Twelve-step and Mutual-help Programs for Addictive Disorders. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Jun 1999, 22(2), pp 425-446.  Abstract only
Chesnut
2000
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.
Chesnut 2013 Glenn F. Chesnut The History of the AA History Lovers. Online on William White Papers, 2013, 57 p.
Clay
2003
Rebecca A. Clay  The Secret of the 12 Steps. Monitor on Psychology, Dec 2003, p. 50.
Cochrane 2006 Marica Ferri, L. Amato, M. Davoli Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12-Step Programs for Alcohol Dependence (Review). The Cochrane Library, 2006 (revised 2009), 3.
Cochrane 2017 John F. Kelly, Keith Humphreys, Marica Ferri Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12-Step Programs for Alcohol Use Disorder (Protocol for Next Review). The Cochrane Library, Nov 2017.
CQLD
2008
Centre Québécois de Lutte aux Dépendances Gestion de la désintoxication selon les niveaux d’intensité de traitement. Centre Québécois de Lutte aux Dépendances, 2008, 11 p.
Davis
1998
Diane R. Davis, Golie G. Jansen Making Meaning of Alcoholics Anonymous for Social Workers: Myths, Metaphors, and Realities. Social Work, Mar 1998, 43(2), pp 169-182.  Abstract only.
Delaney 2007 Harold D. Delaney, William R. Miller, Ana M. Bisonó Religiosity and Spirituality Among Psychologists: A Survey of Clinician Members of the American Psychological Association. American Psychological Association, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Oct 2007, 38(5), pp 538-546. Abstract only.
Dennis
2007
Michael Dennis, Christy K. Scott Managing Addiction as a Chronic Condition. Addiction Science and Clinical Practice, De 2007, 4(1), pp 45-55.
Didier
2004
Bruno Didier Le centre APTE : vers une prise en charge globale des addictions. Psychotropes, 2004, (10)1, pp 113-123.
Donovan 2005 G. Alan Marlatt, Dennis M. Donovan Relapse Prevention – Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive Behaviors. 2nd Edition. The Guilford Press, New York, 2005, 430 p.
Donovan 2008 Dennis M. Donovan, Anthony S. Floyd Facilitating Involvement in Twelve-step Programs. Recent Development in Alcoholism, 2008, 18, pp 303-320.
Donovan 2013 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.
Donovan 2015 Dennis M. Donovan, Katie Witkiewitz Relapse Prevention: From Radical Idea to Common Practice. Addiction Research and Theory, Online on Jan 12 2012, pp 204-217.
Edwards 1966 Griffith Edwards, Celia Hensman, Ann Hawker, Valerie Williamson Who Goes to Alcoholics Anonymous? The Lancet, 13 Aug 1966, 288(7459), pp 382-384.
Edwards 1976 Dr Griffith Edwards, Milton M. Gross Alcohol Dependence: Provisional Description of a Clinical Syndrome (Review by authors). British Medical Journal, May 1976, 1, pp 1058-1061.
Edwards 1986 Griffith Edwards The Alcohol Dependence Syndrome: a concept as stimulus to enquiry. British Journal of Addiction, 1986, 81(2), pp 171-183. Abstract Only.
El Guebaly 2012 Nady el-Guebaly The Meanings of Recovery from Addiction Evolution and Promises. Journal of Addiction Medicine, Mar 2012, 6(1).
FINDINGS 1999 Mike Ashton Project MATCH: Unseen Colossus. Drug & Alcohol Findings, 1999, 1, pp 15-21.
Forcehimes 2005 Dr Alyssa A. Forcehimes Course of Recovery from Alcoholism – Transformational Change in Recovery (Symposium – California 2005).  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, Jun 2006, 30(6), pp 1079-1090.
Foroud 2010 Tatiana Foroud, Howard J. Edenberg, John C. Crabbe Who Is at Risk for Alcoholism? National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Alcohol Research and Health, 2010, 33(1)(2), pp 64-75.
Fouquet 1956 Pierre Fouquet, Jean Clavreul Une thérapeutique de l’alcoolisme – Partie des « Lettres aux alcooliques ». Presses Universitaires de France, 1956, 113 p.
France
HAS
2014
Haute Autorité de santé de la France Outil d’aide au repérage précoce et à l’intervention brève – Alcool, cannabis, tabac chez l’adulte. Haute Autorité de santé de la France, 2014, 2 p.
France MILDECA
2018
Mission interministérielle de lutte contre les drogues et les conduites addictives (MILDECA) Plan national de mobilisation contre les addictions 2018-2022.  Bureau du Premier ministre de la France, Mission interministérielle de lutte contre les drogues et les conduites addictives, 2018, 132 p.
France OFDT
2019
Observatoire français des drogues et des toxicomanies (OFDT) Drogues et addictions, données essentielles.  Observatoire français des drogues et des toxicomanies (OFDT), 2019, 204 p.
France RESPADD 2012-1 Réseau de Prévention des Addictions (RESPADD) Repérage des risques liés à la consommation d’alcool en pharmacie d’officine – Questionnaire AUDIT, niveaux de risque et recommandations. Réseau de Prévention des Addictions (RESPADD), 2012, 4 p.
France RESPADD 2012-2 Réseau de Prévention des Addictions (RESPADD) Alcool, Drogues – Quelle conduite tenir face à une consommation de substances psychoactives? – Aide à la pratique (Destiné au personnel infirmier). Réseau de Prévention des Addictions (RESPADD), 2012, 8 p. 
France RESPADD 2014 Réseau de Prévention des Addictions (RESPADD) Grille de dépistage de la consommation problématique d’alcool et de drogues chez les adolescents et les adolescentes (DEP-ADO). Réseau de Prévention des Addictions (RESPADD), 2014, 4 p.
France RESPADD 2019-1 Réseau de Prévention des Addictions (RESPADD) Questionnaire ADOSPA – Repérer en quelques questions un usage nocif de substances psychoactives chez l’adolescent. Réseau de Prévention des Addictions (RESPADD), 2019, 1 p. 
France RESPADD 2019-2 Réseau de Prévention des Addictions (RESPADD) Questionnaire CAST (Cannabis abuse screening test). Réseau de Prévention des Addictions (RESPADD), 2019, 1 p.
France Santé Pub 2008 Agence nationale de Santé Publique de France Alcool et médecine générale. Recommandations cliniques pour le repérage précoce et les interventions brèves. Agence Nationale de Santé Publique de France 2008, 141 p.
France
SFA
2006-1
Société française d’alcoologie Sevrage simple en alcool. Référentiel de bonnes pratiques cliniques, Société française d’alcoologie, 2006, 4 p.
France
SFA
2006-2
Société française d’alcoologie Sevrage alcoolique chez un patient fumeur de tabac. Référentiel de bonnes pratiques cliniques, Société française d’alcoologie, 2006, 1 p.
France
SFA
2006-3
Société française d’alcoologie Sevrage d’alcool et de cannabis. Référentiel de bonnes pratiques cliniques, Société française d’alcoologie, 2006, 1 p.
France
SFA
2006-4
Société française d’alcoologie Sevrage alcoolique et comorbidités psychiatriques. Référentiel de bonnes pratiques cliniques, Société française d’alcoologie, 2006, 2 p.
France
SFA
2015
Société française d’alcoologie Mésusage de l’alcool, dépistage, diagnostic et traitement – Recommandation de bonne pratique.  Alcoologie et Addictologie, 2015, 37(1), pp 5-84.
France
SFA
2016
Société française d’alcoologie Charte des mouvements d’entraide en addictologie.  Société française d’alcoologie, 2016, 8 p.
Freed
2010
Christopher R. Freed Addiction medicine and addiction psychiatry in America: Commonalities in the medical treatment of addiction. Contemporary Drug Problems, 2010, 37(1), pp 139-163.
Galanter 2006 Marc Galanter Spirituality in Alcoholics Anonymous: A Valuable Adjunct to Psychiatric Services. Psychiatric Services, Mar 2006, 57(3), pp 307-309.
Galanter 2007 Marc Galanter, Helen Dermatis, Gregory Bunt et Al. Assessment of spirituality and its relevance to addiction treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 2007, 33, pp 257-264.
Galanter 2008 Marc Galanter Spirituality, Evidence-Based Medicine, and Alcoholics Anonymous. The American Journal of Psychiatry, American Psychiatric Association, Dec 2008, 165(12), pp 1514-1517.
Galanter 2013 Mark Galanter Alcoholics Anonymous and Twelve-Step Recovery: A Model Based on Social and Cognitive Neuroscience. The American Journal on Addictions, 2013, XX, pp 1–8.
Galanter 2017 Marc Galanter , Zoran Josipovic, Helen Dermatis et Al. An initial fMRI study on neural correlates of prayer in members of Alcoholics Anonymous. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Jan 2017, 43(1), pp 44-54.
Grant
2015
Donald S. Grant, Karen E. Dill-Shackleford Using Social Media for Sobriety Recovery? Preferences, Beliefs, Behaviors, and Surprises from Users of Online and Social Media Sobriety Support. American Psychological Association, Aug 6 2015, online access only.
Groh
2005
David R. Groh, Leonard A. Jason, Joseph R. Ferrari, Jane Halpert The Effects of Twelve-Step Participation on Social Support: A Longitudinal Investigation Within a Recovery Home Sample. International Journal of Self Help and Self Care, 2005-2006, 4(3), pp239-255.
Groh
2007
David R. Groh, Leonard A. Jason, Joseph R. Ferrari et Al. Friends, Family, and Alcohol Abuse: An Examination of General and Alcohol-Specific Social Support. The American Journal on Addictions, 2007, 16(1), pp 49-55.
Groh
2008-1
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. 
Groh
2008-2
David R. Groh, Leonard A. Jason, Joseph R. Ferrari et Al. Coming to Terms With Reality: Predictors of Self-deception Within Substance Abuse Recovery. Addictive Disorders & Their Treatment, Dec 2008, 7(4), pp 210-218.
Groh
2009-1
David R. Groh, Leonard A. Jason, Joseph R. Ferrari, Margaret I. Davis Oxford House and Alcoholics Anonymous: The Impact of Two Mutual-help Models on Abstinence. Journal of Groups in Addiction Recoverery, Jan 2009, 4(1-2), pp 23-31.
Gross
2010
Michael Gross Alcoholics Anonymous: Still Sober After 75 Years. American Journal of Public Health, Dec 2010, 100(12), pp 2361-2363.
Hamza 2015 Deena M. Hamza, Peter H. Silverstone In the Treatment of Alcohol Abuse there are No Clear Differences in Outcomes between Inpatient Treatment and Outpatient Programs. Journal of Addiction and Prevention, Feb 2015, 3(1), p 9. (Predatory publication)
Hazelden 2004 Butler Center for Research Alcoholics Anonymous. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Foundation, Dec 2004.
Hazelden
2007
Betty Ford Institute What Is Recovery? A Working Definition from the Betty Ford Institute. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 2007, 33, pp 221-228.
Hazelden
2010-1
Butler Center for Research Project MATCH: A Study of Alcoholism Treatment Approaches. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Foundation, June 2010.
Hazelden
2010-2
Betty Ford Institute What Is Recovery? Revisiting the Betty Ford Institute Consensus Panel Definition. Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery, 2010, 5(1), pp 89-93.
Hazelden
2013
Betty Ford Institute The Status and Future of Addiction Recovery Support Services in the United States – Consensus Statement on Recovery Support Services.  2012 BFI/UCLA Consensus Conference, Online on williamwhitepapers.com.
Hazelden
2015-1
Butler Center for Research Cognitive Improvement and Alcohol Recovery. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, May 2015.
Hazelden
2015-2
Butler Center for Research Drug Abuse, Dopamine, and the Brain’s Reward System. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, Sep 2015.
Hazelden
2016-1
Butler Center for Research The Brain Disease Model of Addiction. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, March 2016.
Hazelden
2016-2
Butler Center for Research The Importance of Recovery Management. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, April 2016.
Hazelden
2016-3
Butler Center for Research Factors Impacting Early Alcohol and Drug Use Among Youths. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, Oct 2016.
Hazelden
2016-4
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation History of Hazelden. Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, 2016.
Hazelden
2017-1
Butler Center for Research What Is Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)? Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, April 2017.
Hazelden
2017-2
Butler Center for Research Motivational Interviewing. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, April 2017.
Hazelden
2017-3
Butler Center for Research Concerns Rising Over High-Potency Marijuana Use. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, April 2017.
Hazelden
2017-4
Butler Center for Research Harmful Beyond Binging: “High-Intensity Drinking”. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, May 2017.
Hazelden
2017-5
Butler Center for Research Applications of Positive Psychology to Substance Use Disorder. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, May 2017.
Hazelden
2017-6
Butler Center for Research Outcomes of Alcohol and Other Drug Dependency Treatment. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, July 2017.
Hazelden
2017-7
Butler Center for Research The Collegiate Recovery Movement Is Gaining Strength. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, Sept 2017.
Hazelden 2017-8 Butler Center for Research Women and Alcohol.  Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, Nov 2017.
Hazelden
2018
Butler Center for Research Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders. Butler Center for Research – Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, March 2018.
Hazelden
2019-1
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Recovery Insights – The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Blog, Mar 20 2019.
Hazelden
2019-2
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Stages of Alcoholism. Recovery Insights – The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Blog, Mar 13 2019.
Hazelden 2019-3 Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Untreated Alcoholism and the Risks of Wet Brain Syndrome – Learn More About the Condition Known as Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome. Recovery Insights – The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Blog, Feb 20 2019.
Hazelden
2019-4
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Making Amends in Addiction Recovery. Recovery Insights – The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Blog, Jan 28 2019.
Hazelden
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Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Adult Children of Alcoholics – What Does it Mean to Be an Adult Child of an Alcoholic (ACoA)? Recovery Insights – The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Blog, Jan 10 2019.
Humphreys 1997 Keith Humphreys Clinicians’ Referral and Matching of Substance Abuse Patients to Self-help Groups after Treatment.  Psychiatric Services, 1997, 48(11), pp 1445-1449.
Humphreys 1998 Keith Humphreys, Lee Ann Kaskutas, Constance Weisner The Alcoholics Anonymous Affiliation Scale: Development, Reliability, and Norms for Diverse Treated and Untreated Populations. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, Aug 1998, 22(5), pp 974-978. Abstract only
Humphreys 1999 Keith Humphreys Professional Interventions That Facilitate 12-Step Self-Help Group Involvement. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Alcohol Research and Health, 1999, 23(2), pp 93-98.
Humphreys 2003-1 Keith Humphreys A Research-Based Analysis of the Moderation Management Controversy. Psychiatric Services, May 2003, 54(5), pp 621-622
Humphreys 2003-2 Keith Humphreys, John McKellar, Eric Stewart. Alcoholics Anonymous Involvement and Positive Alcohol-Related Outcomes: Cause, Consequence, or Just a Correlate? A Prospective 2-Year Study of 2,319 Alcohol-Dependent Men.   Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2003, 71(2), pp 302-308.
Humphreys 2004 Keith Humphreys Circle of Recovery: Self-Help Organizations for Addictions. Cambridge University Press, 2004, 228 p.
Humphreys 2005 Keith Humphreys, Lee Ann Kaskutas, Alexandre Laudet et Al. Self-Help Don’t Leave It Just to the Patient. Drug & Alcohol Findings, 2005, 13, pp 4-7.
Humphreys 2006 Keith Humphreys The Trials of Alcoholics Anonymous.  Addiction, 2006, 101, pp 617-618
Humphreys 2007 Dr Keith Humphreys, Rudolf H. Moos Encouraging Posttreatment Self-Help Group Involvement to Reduce Demand for Continuing Care Services: Two-Year Clinical and Utilization Outcomes. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, Jan 2007, 31(1), pp 64-68.
Humphreys 2009 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.
Humphreys 2013-2 Keith Humphreys,  Alexandre B. Laudet Promoting Recovery in an Evolving Policy Context: What Do We Know and What Do We Need to Know about Recovery Support Services?  Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, July 2013, 45(1), pp 126-133.
Humphreys 2014-1 Keith Humphreys, Janet C. Blodgett, Todd H. Wagner Estimating the Efficacy of Alcoholics Anonymous Without Self-selection Bias: An Instrumental Variables Re-analysis of Randomized Clinical Trials. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, Nov 2014, 38(11), pp 2688-2694.
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Here’s Proof that Alcoholics Anonymous is just as Effective as Professional Psychotherapies. The Washington Post, June 9 2014.
Humphreys 2014-3 Keith Humphreys, Anna Lembke Recovery-oriented Policy and Care Systems in the UK and USA.  Drug and Alcohol Review, Jan 2014, 33, pp 13-18.
Humphreys 2015 Keith Humphreys Griffith Edwards’ Rigorous Sympathy with Alcoholics Anonymous. Addiction,2015, 110, pp 16-18.
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Institute for Behavior and Health, Robert L. DuPont, A. William L. White et Al Setting the Standard for Recovery: Physicians’ Health Programs. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 2009, 36, pp 159-171.
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Institute for Behavior and Health, Robert L. DuPont, Keith Humphreys A New Paradigm for Long-Term Recovery. Journal of Substance Abuse Journal, 2011, 32, pp 1-6. Abstract Only
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Institute for Behavior and Health, Robert L. DuPont, Louis E. Baxter et Al. The New Paradigm for Recovery: Making Recovery – and Not Relapse – the Expected Outcome of Addiction Treatment. Institute for Behavior and Health, A report of the John P. McGovern Symposium, Mar 2014, 34 p
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2014-2
Institute for Behavior and Health, Robert L. DuPont, Thomas McLellan et al. Creating a New Standard for Addiction Treatment Outcomes. Institute for Behavior and Health, Aug 2014, 53 p.
Irving
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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.
Jellinek 1946 Elvin M. Jellinek  Phases in the Drinking History of Alcoholics. Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1946, Vol. 7, pp 1-88.
Jellinek 1951 Elvin M. Jellinek  Les phases de la toxicomanie alcoolique. Résumé d’une série de conférences prononcées dans le cadre du 1er Colloque européen sur l’alcoolisme, Copenhague, Oct. 1951 – Texte reproduit en annexe 2 (p. 28) du rapport OMS 1951.
Jellinek 1960 Elvin M. Jellinek  The Disease Concept of Alcoholism. College and University Press, New Haven, Conn. And Hillhouse Press, New Brunswick, N.-J.,1960, 246 p.
Johnston 2018 Lloyd D. Johnston, Richard A. Miech, Patrick M. O’Malley et Al. Monitoring the Future – National Survey Results on Drug Use 1975 2017 – 2017 Overview – Key Findings on Adolescent Drug Use. Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 2018, 123 p.
Kairouz 2013 Sylvia Kairouz  et Marilyn Fortin L’engagement dans le mouvement des AA : un gage de bonheur. Drogues, santé et société, 2013, 12(1), pp 19-40.
Kaskutas 2002 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Jason Bond, Keith Humphreys Social Networks as Mediators of the Effect of Alcoholics Anonymous. Addiction, 97(7), July 2002, pp 891-900.
Kaskutas 2002-2 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Edward Oberste MAAEZ – Making Alcoholics Anonymous Easier – Manual. Public Health Institute, Alcohol Research Group, 2002, Berkeley, CA, 27 p.
Kaskutas 2003-1 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Jason Bond, Constance Weisner The Persistent Influence of Social Networks and Alcoholics Anonymous on Abstinence. Journal of Studies on Alcoholism, Aug 2003, 64(4), pp 579-588  Abstract only
Kaskutas 2003-2 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Norman Turk, Jason Bond, Constance Weisner The Role of Religion, Spirituality and Alcoholics Anonymous in Sustained Sobriety (Link for Abstract only). Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2003, Vol 21, pp 1-16. Abstract only
Kaskutas 2005 Lee Ann Kaskutas Alcoholics Anonymous Careers: Patterns of AA Involvement Five Years after Treatment Entry. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 2005, 29(11), pp 1983-1990. Abstract only.
Kaskutas 2007-1 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Edward Oberste, Lyndsay Ammon Avalos, Douglas Polcin A Brief Scale for Measuring Helping Activities in Recovery: The Brief Helper Therapy Scale. Substance Use & Misuse, Feb 2007, 42(11), pp 1767-1781.
Kaskutas 2007-2 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Thomasina Borkman, 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
Kaskutas 2008-1 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Jane Witbrodt, Jason Bond et Al. Epidemiology of Alcoholics Anonymous Participation. In Recent Development in Alcoholism – Volume 18, 2008, pp 261-282. Abstract only
Kaskutas 2008-3 Lee Ann Kaskutas Comments on the Cochrane Review on Alcoholics Anonymous Effectiveness. Addiction, Letters to the Editor, Aug 2008, 103(8), pp 1402-1405. (with answer from Cochrane).
Kaskutas 2008-4 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Jane Witbrodt, Rachael Korcha, Mary Anne Armstrong Under-Estimation of Alcohol Consumption among Women At-risk for Drinking during Pregnancy. Contemporary drug problems, Apr 2008, 35(1), pp 37-58.
Kaskutas 2009-1 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Mina Subbaraman, Jane Witbrodt, Sarah E. Zemore Effectiveness of Making Alcoholics Anonymous Easier (MAAEZ), a Group Format 12-Step Facilitation Approach. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Oct 2009, 37(3), pp 228-239. Erratum Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Oct 2013, 45(4), p. 388.
Kaskutas 2009-2 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Sarah E. Zemore Development and Validation of the Alcoholics Anonymous Intention Measure (AAIM). Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2009, 104(3), pp 204-211.
Kaskutas 2009-3 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Alcoholics Anonymous Effectiveness: Faith Meets Science. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 2009, 28(2), pp 145-157.
Kaskutas 2009-4 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Jason Bond, Lyndsay A. Avalos 7-Year Trajectories of Alcoholics Anonymous Attendance and Associations with Treatment. Addictive Behaviors, Dec 2009, 34(12), pp 1029-1035.
Kaskutas 2010 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Kevin L. Delucchi Following Problem Drinkers Over Eleven Years: Understanding Changes in Alcohol Consumption. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Nov 2010, 71(6), pp 831-836.
Kaskutas 2011-1 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Meenakshi S. Subbaraman, Sarah E. Zemore Sponsorship and Service as Mediators of the Effects of Making Alcoholics Anonymous Easier (MAAEZ), a 12-Step Facilitation Intervention. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Jul 2011, 116(1-3), pp 117-124.
Kaskutas 2011-2 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Jane Witbrodt,  Jason Bond et Al. Do 12-Step Meeting Attendance Trajectories Over 9 Years Predict Abstinence? Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Jul 2012, 43(1), pp 30-43.
Kaskutas 2012-1 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Jane Witbrodt, Jason Bond, Kevin L. Delucchi Does Sponsorship Improve Outcomes Above Alcoholics Anonymous Attendance? A Latent Class Growth Curve Analysis. Addiction, Feb 2012, 107(2), pp 301-311.
Kaskutas 2012-2 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Meenakshi S. Subbaraman Social support and comfort in AA as mediators of “Making AA Easier” (MAAEZ), a 12-step facilitation intervention. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, Dec 2012, 26(4), pp 759–765.
Kaskutas 2014-1 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Thomassina  J. Borkman, Alexandre Laudet et Al. Elements That Define Recovery: The Experiential Perspective. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Nov 2014, 75(6), pp 999-1010.
Kaskutas 2014-2 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Thomas K Greenfield, William C Kerr et Al. Risks of Alcohol Use Disorders Related to Drinking Patterns in the U.S. General Population. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Mar 2014, 75(2), pp 319-327.
Kaskutas 2014-3 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Lyndsay A. Avalos, Sarah Roberts et Al. Volume and Type of Alcohol during Early Pregnancy and the Risk of Miscarriage. Substance Use and Misuse, Sep 2014, 49(11), pp 1437-1445.
Kaskutas 2015-1 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Jane Witbrodt, Christine E. Grella How Do Recovery Definitions Distinguish Recovering Individuals? Five Typologies. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, March 2015, 0, pp 109-117.
Kaskutas 2015-2 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Jane Witbrodt, Christine E. Grella Recovery Definitions: Do They Change? Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Sep 2015, 154, pp 85-92.
Kaskutas 2015-3 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Lois A. Ritter Consistency Between Beliefs and Behavior Regarding Use of Substances in Recovery. Sage Open, Jan-Mar 2015, 5(1), pp 1-10.
Kaskutas 2016 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Thomasina J. Borkman, Aina Stunz Developing an Experiential Definition of Recovery: Participatory Research with Recovering Substance Abusers from Multiple Pathways. Substance Use and Misuse, July 2016, 51(9), pp 1116-1129.
Kaskutas 2017 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Sarah E. Zemore, Amy Mericle, Jordana Hemberg Comparison of 12-step Groups to Mutual Help Alternatives for AUD in a Large, National Study: Differences in Membership Characteristics and Group Participation, Cohesion, and Satisfaction. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Feb 2017, 73, pp. 16-26.
Kaskutas 2018-1 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Katherine J. Karriker-Jaffe, Jamie L. Klinger, Jane Witbrodt Effects of Treatment Type on Alcohol Consumption Partially Mediated by Alcoholics Anonymous Attendance. Substance Use and Misuse, Mar 21 2018, 53(4), pp 596-605. 
Kelly
2003
John F. Kelly, Rudolf H. Moos Dropout From 12-step Self-help Groups: Prevalence, Predictors, and Counteracting Treatment Influences. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Apr 2003, 24(3), pp 241-250.
Kelly
2004
John F. Kelly Toward an Addiction-ary. American Psychological Association, Division 50, The Addiction Newsletter, 2004, 11(1), p 7.
Kelly
2006-2
John F. Kelly, Christopher W. Kahler, David R. Strong et Al. Development and Initial Validation of a 12-Step Participation Expectancies Questionnaire. Journal of Studies on Alcoholism, Jul 2006, 67(4), pp 538-542.
Kelly
2008-1
John F. Kelly, Sandra A. Brown, Christopher Kahler et Al. Social Recovery Model: An 8-Year Investigation of Adolescent 12-step Group Involvement following Inpatient Treatment.  Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research, Aug 2008, 32(8), pp 1468-1478.
Kelly
2008-2
John F. Kelly, Barbara S. McCrady Twelve-step Facilitation in Non-specialty Settings. Recent Developments in Alcoholism, 2008, 18, pp 321-346. Abstract only.
Kelly
2008-3
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.
Kelly
2009
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.
Kelly
2010-1
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.
Kelly
2010-2
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.
Kelly
2010-3
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.
Kelly
2010-4
John F. Kelly,  Cassandra M. Westerhoff Does It Matter How We Refer to Individuals with Substance Related Conditions? A Randomized Study of Two Commonly Used Terms. International Journal of Drug Policy, May 2010, 21(3), pp 202-207.
Kelly
2010-5
John F. Kelly, William L. White Alcohol / Drug / Substance “Abuse”: The History and (Hopeful) Demise of a Pernicious Label. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2011, 29(3), pp 317-321.
Kelly
2010-6
John F. Kelly, Christopher W. Kahler, Keith Humphreys Assessing Why Substance Use Disorder Patients Drop Out from or Refuse to Attend 12-step Mutual-help Groups: The ‘‘REASONS’’ Questionnaire. Addiction Research and Theory, June 2010, 18(3), pp 316-325.
Kelly
2011-1
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.
Kelly
2011-2
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.
Kelly
2011-3
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.
Kelly
2011-4
John F. Kelly, Bettina B. Hoeppner, Karen A. Urbanoski, Valerie Slaymaker Predicting Relapse among Young Adults: Psychometric Validation of the Advanced Warning of Relapse (AWARE) Scale. Addictive Behaviors, Oct 2011, 36(10), pp 987-993.
Kelly
2011-5
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.
Kelly
2011-6
John F. Kelly, Sarah J. Dow, Julie D. Yeterian, Mark Myers How Safe Are Adolescents at AA and NA Meetings? A Prospective Investigation with Outpatient Youth.  Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, June 201, 40(4), pp 419-425.
Kelly
2012-1
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.
Kelly
2012-3
John F. Kelly, William L. White Broadening the Base of Addiction Mutual Help. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 2012, 7(2-4), pp 82-101.
Kelly
2012-4
John F. Kelly, William L. White, Jeffrey D. Roth New Addiction-Recovery Support Institutions: Mobilizing Support Beyond Professional Addiction Treatment and Recovery Mutual Aid. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery, 2012, 7, pp 297-317.
Kelly
2013-1
John F. Kelly, Allison K. Labbe, Bettina B. Hoeppner et Al. The Importance of Age Composition of 12-step Meetings as a Moderating Factor in the Relation between Young Adults’ 12-step Participation and Abstinence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Dec 2013, 133(2), pp 541-547.
Kelly
2013-2
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.
Kelly
2013-3
John F. Kelly, Maria E. Pagano, William L. White 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.
Kelly
2013-4
John F. Kelly, Sarah J. Dow Listening to Youth: Adolescents’ Reasons for Substance Use As a Unique Predictor of Treatment Response and Outcome. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, Dec 2013, 27(4), pp 1122-1131.
Kelly
2013-5
John F. Kelly,  Bettina B. 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.
Kelly
2013-6
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.
Kelly
2013-7
John F. Kelly Alcoholics Anonymous science update: introduction to the special issue. Substance Abuse Journal, 2013, 34(1), pp 1-3.
Kelly
2014-1
John F. Kelly, M. Claire Greene, Brandon G. Bergman Do Drug-Dependent Patients Attending Alcoholics Anonymous Rather than Narcotics Anonymous Do As Well? A Prospective, Lagged, Matching Analysis. Alcohol and Alcoholism, Nov. 2014, 49(6), pp 645-653.
Kelly
2014-2
John F. Kelly, M. Claire Greene Beyond Motivation: Initial validation of the Commitment to Sobriety Scale. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Feb 2014, 46(2), pp 257-263.
Kelly
2014-3
John F. Kelly, Allison Labbe, Valerie Slaymaker Toward Enhancing Twelve-Step Facilitation among Young People: A Systematic Qualitative Investigation of Young Adults’ 12-step Experiences. Substance Abuse Journal, Oct-Dec 2014, 35(4), pp 399-407.
Kelly
2014-4
John F. Kelly, Bettina B. Hoeppner, Valerie Slaymake et Al. Psychiatric Comorbidity and 12-step Participation: A Longitudinal Investigation of Treated Young Adults. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, Feb 2014, 38(2), pp 501-510.
Kelly
2014-5
John F. Kelly, Bettina B. Hoeppner A Biaxial Formulation of the Recovery Construct.  Addiction, Research and Theory, 2015, 23(1), pp 5-9.
Kelly
2014-6
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, June 19 2014, 9(6).
Kelly
2014-7
John F. Kelly, Sarah E. Wakeman, Richard Saitz Stop Talking ‘Dirty’: Clinicians, Language, and Quality of Care for the Leading Cause of Preventable Death in the United States. The American Journal of Medicine, Jan 2015, 128(1), pp 8-9.
Kelly
2015-1
John F. Kelly, Bettina B. Hoeppner, Valerie Slaymaker et Al. The Sponsor Alliance Inventory: Assessing the Therapeutic Bond Between 12-Step Attendees and Their Sponsors. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 2016, 51(1), pp 32-39.
Kelly
2015-2
John F. Kelly, Julie D. Yeterian, Krisanne Bursik Religiosity as a Predictor of Adolescents’ Substance Use Disorder Treatment Outcomes. Substance Abuse Journal, 2015, 36(4), pp 453-461.
Kelly
2016-1
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.
Kelly
2016-2
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.
Kelly
2016-3
John F. Kelly. What is Recovery Anyways? A proposed novel way of measuring ‘recovery’, informed by those in recovery and service providers (Analysis of Neale 2016). Recovery Research Institute, Online publication only, 2016.
Kelly
2017-1
John F. Kelly Tens of Millions Successfully in Long-term Recovery – Let Us Find Out How They Did It. (Commentary in link with OASAS 2012) Addiction, May 2017, 112(5), pp 762-763.
Kelly
2017-2
John F. Kelly, Bettina B. Hoeppner, William L. White et Al. Prevalence and pathways of recovery from drug and alcohol problems in the United States population: Implications for practice, research, and policy.   Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Dec 1 2017, 181, pp 162-169.
Kelly
2017-3
John F. Kelly, David Marcovitz, Julie V. Cristello Alcoholics Anonymous and Other Mutual Help Organizations: Impact of a 45-minute Didactic for Primary Care and Categorical Internal Medicine Residents. Substance Abuse Journal, 38(2), pp 183-190.
Kelly
2017-4
John F. Kelly. Report of Findings from a Systematic Review of the Scientific Literature on Recovery Support Services in the United States. Online publication on www.williamwhitepapers.com, Aug 2017, 95 p.
Kelly
2018-1
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.
Kelly
2018-2
John F. Kelly Tailoring Medications for Alcohol Use Disorder: Naltrexone may be best for reward drinkers (Analysis of Mann 2018). Recovery Research Institute, Online publication only, 2018.
Kelly
2019-1
John F. Kelly. E. M. Jellinek’s Disease Concept of Alcoholism. Addiction, Mar 2019, 114(3), pp 555-559.
Kelly
2019-2
John F. Kelly, William L. White, Bettina B. Hoeppner et Al. How Many Recovery Attempts Does it Take to Successfully Resolve an Alcohol or Drug Problem? Estimates and Correlates from a National Study of Recovering U.S. Adults. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, Online on May 15 2019, pp 1-12.
Kelly
2019-3
John F. Kelly How many tries does it take to resolve a substance use problem? Lessons from a national study of recovering adults in the U.S.  Recovery Research Institute, Online publication Only, 2019. Review of Kelly 2019-2.
Kelly
2019-4
John F. Kelly Detecting spirituality using brain imaging – implications for addiction recovery? Recovery Research Institute, Online publication Only, 2019. Review of Miller 2019.
Knopf
2017
Alison Knopf How Psychiatrists Can Use AA to Help Their Patients. Psych Central (Online), March 3 2917.
Krentzman 2013 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
Krentzman 2017 Amy R. Krentzman, Stephen Strobbe,  Elizabeth A. R. Robinson Decreased Drinking and Alcoholics Anonymous Are Associated With Different Dimensions of Spirituality. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, Sep 2017, 9(Suppl 1), pp S40-S48.
Kurtz
1982
Ernest Kurtz Why A.A. works: The Intellectual Significance of Alcoholics Anonymous. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 43(1), 1982, pp 38-80.
Kurtz
1988
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.
Kurtz
1989
Ernest Kurtz Drugs and the Spiritual:  Bill W. Takes LSD.  The Collected Ernie Kurtz. The Bishop of Books, Wheeling, WV, 1999, pp. 39-50.
Kurtz
1990
Ernest Kurtz The Spirituality of William James: A Lesson from Alcoholics Anonymous. American Psychological Association 98th Annual Conference, Boston, Mass., 1990.
Kurtz
1991
Ernest Kurtz Shame in the Nineties. Plenary presentation at the First National Conference on Shame, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 8-11 1991.
Kurtz
1992-1
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.
Kurtz
1992-2
Ernest Kurtz Commentary on “Lay Treatment”. The Collected Ernie Kurtz. The Bishop of Books, Wheeling, WV, 1999, pp. 83-90.
Kurtz
1993
Ernest Kurtz A.A. Grapevine History: Continuities and Changes. Unpublished.
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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.
Kurtz
1997
Ernest Kurtz Varieties of the Alcoholics Anonymous Experience – Conference Presentation at the 1997 A.A. Archivists Annual Meeting. Akron, Oh, Sep 1997. Unpublished.
Kurtz
1999
Ernest Kurtz Whatever Happened to Twelve-Step Programs? The Collected Ernie Kurtz. The Bishop of Books, Wheeling, WV, 1999, pp. 146-176.
Kurtz
2001
Ernest Kurtz, William L. White, Caroline Acker The Combined Addiction Disease Chronologies of W. White, E. Kurtz, and C. Acker. Unpublished.
Kurtz
2002
Ernest Kurtz Alcoholics Anonymous and the Disease Concept of Alcoholism. In McGovern, T.F. & White, W.L. (Eds.). Alcohol Problems in the United States: Twenty Years of Treatment Perspective. Haworth Press, New York, 2002.
Kurtz
2003
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.
Kurtz
2008
Ernest Kurtz, William L. White Twelve Defining Moments in the History of Alcoholics Anonymous. In Galanter, M. & Kaskutas, L. (Eds.) Recent Developments in Alcoholism, Plenum Publishing Corporation, New-York, 2008, pp 18; 37-57.
Kurtz
2014
Ernest Kurtz AA is not a fraud: Why haters are afraid to listen – Here’s why the program works, no matter what critics say: It’s really about listening, living, spirituality and joy. Interview on www.salon.com , May 17 2014.
Kurtz
2015
Ernest Kurtz, William L. White Recovery Spirituality. Religions 2015, 6, pp. 58-81. (Predatory publication)
Lancet
2019
Jakob Manthey, Kevin D Shield, Margaret Rylet et Al. Global alcohol exposure between 1990 and 2017 and forecasts until 2030: a modelling study. The Lancet, May 7 2019.  Abstract Only.
Laudet
2002
Alexandre B. Laudet Pathways to Long-Term Recovery: A Preliminary Investigation. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 2002, 34(3), pp 305-311.
Laudet
2003
Alexandre B. Laudet Attitudes and beliefs about 12-step groups among addiction treatment clients and clinicians: toward identifying obstacles to participation. Substance Use and Misuse, Dec 2003, 38(14), pp 2017-2047
Laudet
2005
Alexandre B. Laudet, William L. White An Exploratory Investigation of the Association between Clinicians’ Attitudes toward Twelve-step Groups and Referral Rates. Alcohol Treatment Quarterly, Apr 6 2005, 23(1), pp 31-45.
Laudet
2006
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.
Laudet
2007-1
Alexandre B. Laudet What Does Recovery Mean to You? Lessons from the Recovery Experience for Research and Practice. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Oct 2007, 33(3), pp 243-256.
Laudet 2007-2 Alexandre B. Laudet, Virginia Stanick, Brian Sands. An Exploration of the Effect of Onsite 12step Meetings on Posttreatment Outcomes Among Polysubstancedependent Outpatient Clients. Evaluation Review, 2007, 31(6), pp 613-646.
Laudet
2008-1
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.
Laudet 2008-2 Alexandre B. Laudet The Impact of Alcoholics Anonymous on Other Substance Abuse Related Twelve Step Programs. Recent Developments in Alcoholism, 2008, 18, pp 71-89.
Laudet 2008-3 Alexandre B. Laudet The Road to Recovery: Where Are We Going and How Do We Get There? Empirically-driven Conclusions and Future Directions for Service Development and Research. Substance Use and Misuse, 2008, 43(12-13), pp 2001-2020.
Laudet
2009
Alexandre B. Laudet, Jeffrey B. Becker,  William L. White Don’t wanna go through that madness no more: Quality of life satisfaction as predictor of sustained remission from illicit drug misuse. Substance Use and Misuse, 2009, 44(2), pp 227–252.
Laudet
2011
Alexandre B. Laudet The Case for Considering Quality of Life in Addiction Research and Clinical Practice. Addiction Science and Clinical Practice, Jul 2011, 6(1), pp 44-55.
Laudet
2013
Faces and Voices of Recovery, Alexandre B. Laudet Life in Recovery – Report on the Survey Findings. Online publication on www.facesandvoicesofrecovery.org, April 2013, 38 p.
Le Fol
2003
Annick Le Fol L’alcoologie clinique depuis Pierre Fouquet – Découvertes et redécouvertes – Continuités et discontinuités. Texte d’une conférence prononcée à l’occasion du 20e anniversaire de l’association CORSA, le 9 octobre 2003 au CHU de Rennes, 23p.
Litt
2009
Mark D. Litt, Ronald M. Kadden, Elise Kabela-Cormier, Nancy M. Petry Changing Network Support for Drinking: Network Support Project Two-Year Follow-upJournal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2009, 77(2), pp 229-242.
Loeb
2004
Pierre Loeb, Beat Stoll, Barbara Weil L’intervention brève pour des patients avec une consommation d’alcool à problème – Un guide pour les médecins et autres professionnels de premier recours. EMH Média, 2014, 44 p.
Longabaugh 1998 Richard Longabaugh, Philip W. Wirtz, Allen Zweben, Robert L. Stout Network Support for Drinking, Alcoholics Anonymous and Long-term Matching Effects. Addiction, 1998, 93(9), pp 1313-1333.
Lopez-Quintero 2011 Catalina Lopez-Quintero, Deborah S. Hasin, José Pérez de los Cobos et Al. Probability and Predictors of Remission from Lifetime Nicotine, Alcohol, Cannabis, or Cocaine Dependence: Results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions. Addiction, Mar 2011, 106(3), pp 657-669.
Magill
2009
Molly Magill, Lara A. Ray Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment with Adult Alcohol and Illicit Drug Users: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 2009, 70(4), pp 516-527.
Magill
2016
Molly Magill, Richard H Longabaugh, Robert L Stout et Al. The Alcohol Intervention Mechanisms Scale (AIMS): Preliminary Reliability and Validity of a Common Factor Observational Rating Measure. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Nov 2016, 70, pp 28-34.
Maltzman 1991 Irving Maltzman Is Alcoholism a Disease? A Critical Review of a Controversy. Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, July 1991, 26(3), pp 200-210. Partial only
Lien à faire avec le sondage du Pr Jellinek (1946-1950) et ses répondants provenant des AA.
Mann
2018
Karl Mann, Corey R Roos, Sabine Hoffmann et Al. Precision Medicine in Alcohol Dependence: A Controlled Trial Testing Pharmacotherapy Response Among Reward and Relief Drinking Phenotypes. Neuropsychopharmacology, Mar 2018, 43(4), pp 891-899.
(See also Kelly 2018-2 for analysis)
Manning 2012 Victoria Manning, David Best, Nathan Faulkner et Al. Does Active Referral by a Doctor or 12-Step Peer Improve 12-Step Meeting Attendance? Results from a Pilot Randomized Control Trial. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Nov 2012, 126(1-2), pp 131-137.
McLellan 2000 A. Thomas McLellan, David C. Lewis, Charles P. O’Brien, Herbert D. Kleber Drug Dependence, a Chronic Medical Illness. JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association), Oct 2000, 284(13), pp 1689-1695.
Mendola 2016 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.
Menecier 2016 Pascal Menecier, Loetitia Rotheval, Sandrine Plattier et Al. Le déni en alcoologie, à travers ce qu’il n’est pas. Drogues, santé et société, Oct. 2016, 15(2), pp 1-99.
Miller
2015
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.
Miller
2019
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
Moos
1997
Rudolf H. Moos, Paige Crosby Ouimette, John W. Finney Twelve-Step and Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Substance Abuse – A Comparison of Treatment Effectiveness. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1997, 65(2), pp 230-240.
Moos
2005
Rudolf H. Moos, Bernice S. Moos Paths of Entry into Alcoholics Anonymous: Consequences for Participation and Remission.  Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research, Oct 2005, 29(10), pp 1858-1868.  Abstract only
Moos
2006-1
Rudolf H. Moos, Bernice S. Moos Course of Recovery from Alcoholism – Social Settings and Substance Use: Contextual Factors in Recovery (Symposium – California 2005). Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, Jun 2006, 30(6), pp 1079-1090.
Moos
2006-2
Rudolf H. Moos, Bernice S. Moos Participation in Treatment and Alcoholics Anonymous: A 16-Year Follow-Up of Initially Untreated Individuals. Journal of Clinical Psychology, Jun 2006, 62(6), pp 735-750.
Moos
2006-3
Rudolf H. Moos, and Bernice S. Moos. Treated and Untreated Individuals with Alcohol Use Disorders: Rates and Predictors of Remission and Relapse. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 2006, 6(3), pp 513-526. 
Moos
2007
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.
Moos
2008-1
Rudolf H. Moos, Christime 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.
Moos
2008-2
Rudolf H. Moos, Sonne Lemke, Kathleen K. Schutte, Penny L. Brennan Gender Differences in Social Influences and Stressors Linked to Increased Drinking. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Sep 2008, 69(5), pp 695-702.
Moos
2009
Rudolf H. Moos  Treatment, Alcoholics Anonymous, and 16-Year Changes in Impulsivity and Legal Problems Among Men and Women With Alcohol Use Disorders. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Sep 2009, 70(5), pp 714-725.
Moos
2011
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.
Moos
2011-2
Rudolf H. Moos, John W. Finney Commentary on Lopez-Quintero et al. (2011): Remission and relapse – the Yin-Yang of addictive disorders. Addiction, 2011, 106, pp 670-671.
Moos
2013
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.
Morgenstern 1997 Jon Morgenstern, E. 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.
Nayak
2019
Madhabika B. Nayak, Katherine J Karriker-Jaffe, Thomas K. Greenfield et Al. Alcohol’s Secondhand Harms in the United States: New Data on Prevalence and Risk Factors. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 2019, 80(3), pp 273-281.
Neale
2016
Joanne Neale, Silia Vitoratou, Emily Finch et Al. Development and Validation of ‘Sure’: A Patient Reported Outcome Measure (Prom) for Recovery from Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Aug 2016, 165, pp 159-167.
(See also Kelly 2016-3 for analysis)
OASAS 2012 State of New York – Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services Survey: Ten Percent of American Adults Report Being in Recovery from Substance Abuse or Addiction. OASAS, Press Release, March 6, 2012.
OMS
1951
Sous-comité de l’alcoolisme, Elvin M. Jellinek Rapport officiel de la 1ère session du Sous-comité sur l’alcoolisme de l’OMS. Rapport technique no 42, OMS, Genève, Sept. 1951.
OMS
1952-1
Sous-comité de l’alcoolisme, Elvin M. Jellinek Rapport officiel de la 2e session du Sous-comité sur l’alcoolisme de l’OMS. Rapport technique no 48, OMS, Genève, Août 1952.
OMS
1952-2
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Conseil exécutif Procès-verbal de la 19e séance du Conseil exécutif de l’OMS.
Autorise la publication de OMS 1952-1 et la mise en place des actions proposées. De ce fait, adoption par l’OMS de la 1ère définition de l’alcoolisme comme maladie. Genève, 1er Fév. 1952.
OMS
1954
Comité d’experts de l’alcool, Elvin M. Jellinek Rapport officiel de la 1ère session du Comité d’experts de l’alcool de l’OMS. Rapport technique no 84, OMS, Genève, Avril 1954.
OMS
1955
Comité d’experts sur l’alcool et l’alcoolisme, Elvin M. Jellinek, Harry M. Tiebout Alcohol and Alcoholism.  Rapport technique no 94, OMS, Genève, Juin 1955.
OMS
1957
Groupe d’étude sur le traitement médical et social des toxicomanes, Nathan B. Eddy Le traitement médical et social des toxicomanes.  Rapport technique no 131, OMS, Genève, 1957.
OMS
1964-1
Comité d’expert des drogues engendrant la toxicomanie, Nathan B. Eddy 13e Rapport du Comité OMS des Drogues engendrant la Toxicomanie.  Rapport technique no 273, OMS, Genève, 1964.
OMS
1964-2
Groupe scientifique de l’évaluation des drogues engendrant la dépendance, Nathan B. Eddy Évaluation des drogues engendrant la dépendance.  Rapport technique no 287, OMS, Genève, 1964.
OMS
1965
Comité d’expert des drogues engendrant la dépendance, Nathan B. Eddy 14e Rapport du Comité OMS des Drogues engendrant la Dépendance.  Rapport technique no 312, OMS, Genève, 1965.
OMS
1967
Comité d’experts de la Santé mentale, Pierre Fouquet, Max Glatt Services de prévention et de traitement de la dépendance à l’égard de l’alcool et des autres drogues. 14e Rapport du Comité d’expert de la Santé mentale. Rapport technique no 363, OMS, Genève, 1967.
OMS
1974
Joy Moser  Problèmes et programmes relatifs à la dépendance à l’ égard de l’ alcool et des drogues dans 33 pays. Rapport technique Offset 6, OMS, Genève, 1974.
OMS
1976-1
Griffith Edwards, Milton M. Gross Alcohol Dependence: Provisional Description of a Clinical Syndrome. British Medical Journal, May 1rst 1976, pp 1058-1061.
(Voir aussi le document OMS 1977-1 qui constitue l’étude scientifique officielle à la base de cet article)
OMS
1976-2
Griffith Edwards, Milton Gross, Mark Keller, Joy Moser Alcohol-related problems in the disability perspective. A summary of the consensus of the WHO group of investigators on criteria for identifying and classifying disabilities related to alcohol consumption. Texte reproduit dans OMS 1977-1 aux pages 7 à 26. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Sept. 1976, 37(9), pp 1360-1382.
OMS
1977-1
Griffith Edwards, Milton Gross, Mark Keller, Joy Moser, Robin Room Incapacités liées à la consommation d’alcool. Rapport technique Offset 32 (partie 1), OMS, Genève, 1977.
OMS
1977-2
Robin Room, Robin M. Murray, Milton M. Gross, Joy Moser Évaluation et répartition de la consommation d’alcool et des problèmes qui en résultent dans une population. Rapport technique Offset 32 (partie 2), OMS, Genève, 1977.
OMS
1978
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Directeur général Rapport du Directeur général au Conseil exécutif de l’OMS – Problèmes liés à la consommation d’alcool : nécessité de pousser plus avant l’initiative de l’OMS. OMS, Genève, 27 novembre 1978.
OMS
1980
Comité d’experts des Problèmes liés à la Consommation d’Alcool, Pierre Fouquet, John Bealer (AA GSB) Problèmes liés à la consommation d’alcool – Rapport d’un comité d’experts de l’OMS. Rapport technique no 650, OMS, Genève, 1980.
(Un 2e Rapport de ce Comité a été présenté en 2007 – Voir OMS 2007)
OMS
1984
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Secrétariat de l’OMS La consommation d’alcool et les problèmes liés à l’alcool. Rapport soumis au Conseil exécutif, OMS, Genève, 11 décembre 1984.
OMS
1985
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Secrétariat de l’OMS La consommation d’alcool et les problèmes liés à l’alcool. Rapport soumis à la 38e Assemblée Mondiale de la Santé, OMS, Genève, 7 mars 1985.
OMS
1986
Joy Moser, Irving Rootman, David Hawks, Margherita de Roumanie L’analyse des problèmes liés à l’alcool et la recherche de réponses appropriées: principes directeurs. Rapport technique Offset 81, OMS, Genève, 1986.
OMS
1990
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Bureau régional de l’Europe Management of Drinking Problems. World Health Organization – Regional Office for Europe, European Series No 32, 1990, 171 p.
OMS
1993-1
Comité d’experts de la promotion de la santé sur les lieux de travail Promotion de la santé sur les lieux de travail : abus de l’alcool et des droguesRapport technique no 833, OMS, Genève, 1993.
OMS
1993-2
Comité d’experts de la pharmacodépendance, Griffith Edwards, Robin Room 28e Rapport du Comité d’experts OMS de la pharmacodépendance. Rapport technique no 836, OMS, Genève, 1993.
OMS
1993-3
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Programme on Substance Abuse – Approaches to Treatment of Substance Abuse World Health Organization, 1993, 200 p.
OMS
1994
Thomas Babor, Robert Campbell, Robin Room, John Saunders Lexicon of Alcohol and Drug Terms. Document d’experts, OMS, Genève, 1994, 69 p.
(Ce lexique est toujours en vigueur selon le site de l’OMS consulté en Mars 2019)
OMS
1998-1
Comité d’experts de la pharmacodépendance 30e Rapport du Comité d’experts OMS de la pharmacodépendanceRapport technique no 873, OMS, Genève, 1998.
OMS
1998-2
Bureau régional de l’Europe – Griffith Edwards et Al. Alcool : Politique et intérêt général. Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Bureau régional de l’Europe, Séries européennes No 80, 1998, 279 p.
OMS
2001-1
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé, Thomas F. Babor, John B. Saunders et Al. AUDIT – The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test – Guidelines for Use in Primary Care. Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS), Département de santé mentale et des toxicomanies, 2001, 2e Éd., Genève, 43 p.
OMS
2004-1
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Neurosciences : usage de substances psychoactives et dépendance – Résumé. OMS, Genève, 2004, 40 pages. 
OMS
2004-2
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Ce que les gens croient savoir sur l’alcoolisme et les toxicomanies – Mythes et réalités à l’usage des responsables de programmes de prévention, de traitement et de soutien dans le domaine des toxicomanies. Fascicule, OMS, Genève, 2004.
OMS
2004-3
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Secrétariat de l’OMS Rapport du Secrétariat de l’OMS sur les Problèmes de santé publique provoqués par l’alcoolRapport interne adressé au Conseil exécutif, Genève, 23 décembre 2004.
OMS
2004-4
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Global Status Report on Alcohol 2004. Organisation Mondiale de la Santé, 2004, 94 p.
OMS
2005
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Secrétariat de l’OMS Rectificatif au Rapport du Secrétariat de l’OMS sur les Problèmes de santé publique provoqués par l’alcoolRapport interne adressé au Conseil exécutif, Genève, 7 janvier 2005.
OMS
2007
Comité d’experts des problèmes liés à la consommation d’alcool, Robin Room, Thomas Babor Deuxième rapport officiel Comité d’experts des problèmes liés à la consommation d’alcool. Rapport technique no 944, OMS, Genève, 2007.
(Un 1er Rapport de ce Comité a été présenté en 1980 – Voir OMS 1980)
OMS
2008
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Classification Internationale des Maladies (CIM) – 10 – Version de 2008. OMS. Genève, 2008.
OMS
2010-1
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Secrétariat de l’OMS Stratégies visant à réduire l’usage nocif de l’alcool : projet de stratégie mondiale. Rapport soumis à la 63e Assemblée Mondiale de la Santé, OMS, Genève, 25 mars 2010.
OMS
2010-2
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Assemblée Mondiale de la Santé Résolution officielle WHA63.13 approuvant la Stratégie mondiale visant à réduire l’usage nocif de l’alcool. Résolution adoptée par la 63e Assemblée Mondiale de la Santé, OMS, Genève, 21 mai 2010.
OMS
2010-3
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Stratégie mondiale visant à réduire l’usage nocif de l’alcool. OMS, Genève, 2010.
OMS
2010-4
International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans – Volume 96 – Alcohol Consumption and Ethyl Carbamate.  IARC, Lyon, 2010, 1440 p.
OMS
2014
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Global Status Report on Alcohol and Health 2014. OMS, Genève, 2014, 392 p.
OMS
2018
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Global Status Report on Alcohol and Health 2018OMS, Genève, 2018, 478 p.
ONUDC 2018 Office des Nations-Unies contre la drogue et le crime Rapport mondial sur les drogues 2018 – Résumé analytique, conclusions et incidences stratégiques. Office des Nations-Unies contre la drogue et le crime (ONUDC), Vienne, Juin 2018, 24 p.
ONUDC 2019-1 Office des Nations-Unies contre la drogue et le crime Rapport mondial sur les drogues de 2019 : 35 millions de personnes dans le monde souffrent de troubles liés à l’usage de drogues alors que seulement 1 personne sur 7 reçoit un traitement – Communiqué de presse. Office des Nations-Unies contre la drogue et le crime (ONUDC), Vienne, 26 Juin 2019, 2 p.
ONUDC 2019-2 Office des Nations-Unies contre la drogue et le crime Rapport mondial sur les drogues de 2019: 1 – Résumé analytique – Conclusions et incidences stratégiques. Office des Nations-Unies contre la drogue et le crime (ONUDC), Vienne, Juin 2019, 61 p.
ONUDC 2019-3 Office des Nations-Unies contre la drogue et le crime World Drug Report 2019: 2 – Global Overview of Drug Demand and Supply. Office des Nations-Unies contre la drogue et le crime (ONUDC), Vienne, Juin 2019, 80 p.
ONUDC 2019-4 Office des Nations-Unies contre la drogue et le crime World Drug Report 2009: PDF Presentation. Office des Nations-Unies contre la drogue et le crime (ONUDC), Vienne, Juin 2019, 44 p.
Pagano
2004-1
Maria E. Pagano, Karen B. Friend, J. Scott Tonigan, Robert L. Stout Helping Other Alcoholics in Alcoholics Anonymous and Drinking Outcomes: Findings from Project MATCH. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Nov 2004, 65(6), pp 766-773.
Pagano
2004-2
Maria E. Pagano, Karen B. Friend Smoking Initiation among Non-smokers during and following Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorders.  Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Apr 2004, 26(3), pp 219-224.
Pagano 2005-1 Maria E. Pagano, Karen B. Friend Smoking Cessation and Alcohol Consumption in Individuals in Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorders. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 2005, 24(2), pp 61-75.
Pagano 2005-2 Maria E. Pagano, Karen B. Friend Changes in Cigarette Consumption and Drinking Outcomes: Findings from Project MATCH.  Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Oct 2005, 29(3), pp 221-229.
Pagano
2007
Maria E. Pagano, Richard Rende, Benjamin F. Rodriguez et Al. Impact of Parental History of Substance Use Disorders on the Clinical Course of Anxiety Disorders. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, Apr 2007, 2(13), 9 p.
Pagano
2009-1
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.
Pagano
2009-2
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.
Pagano
2010-1
Maria E. Pagano, Amy R. Krentzman, Robert L. Stout et Al. Service to Others in Sobriety (SOS). Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Jan 2010, 28(2), pp 111-127.
Pagano
2010-2
Maria E. Pagano, J. Scott Tonigan, Sarah W. Book et Al. 12-Step Therapy and Women with and without Social Phobia: A Study of the Effectiveness of 12-Step Therapy to Facilitate AA Engagement.  Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, April 2010, 28(2), pp 151-162.
Pagano
2011
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.
Pagano
2012
Maria E. Pagano, Stephen G. Post, Julie J. Exline et Al. Addiction and “Generation Me”: Narcissistic and Prosocial Behaviors of Adolescents with Substance Dependency Disorder in Comparison to Normative Adolescents. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2012, 30(2), pp 163-178.
Pagano
2014
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.
Pagano
2015-1
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.
Pagano
2015-2
Maria E. Pagano, Alex. R. Wang, Matthew T. Lee et Al. Social Anxiety and Peer Helping in Adolescent Addiction Treatment. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, May 2015, 39(5), pp 887-895.
Pagano
2016-1
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.
Pagano
2016-2
Maria E. Pagano, Matthew T. Lee, Byron R. Johnson, Stephen G. Post Love and Service in Adolescent Addiction Recovery. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2016, 34(2), pp 197-222.
Pagano
2016-3
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.
Pagano
2017
Dr Maria E. Pagano, Matthew T. Lee, Byron R. Johnson 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.
Perreault
2013
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.
PHEPA 2005-1 Primary Health care European Project on Alcohol (PHEPA), Peter Anderson, Antoni Gual, Joan Colom Alcohol and Primary Health Care – Clinical Guidelines on Identification and Brief Interventions.  Document original ayant servi à l’élaboration de France Santé Pub 2008.
PHEPA 2005-2 Primary Health care European Project on Alcohol (PHEPA), Peter Anderson, Antoni Gual et Al Alcohol and Primary Health Care – Training Programme on Identification and Brief Interventions. Document original ayant servi à l’élaboration de France Santé Pub 2008.
Pilote
1998
Lomer Pilote Explication de l’efficacité des A.A. par l’utilisation des structures mythico-rituelles. Thèse présentée à l’Université du Québec à Montréal pour l’obtention du PhD en Sciences des religions, Déc. 1998, 407 p.
Post
2012
Stephen G. Post Helping Other Alcoholics Helps the Helper. Psychology Today, Apr 6 2012
Post
2014-1
Stephen G. Post, Marc Galanter Alcoholics Anonymous: New Directions in Research on Spirituality and Recovery. . Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2014, (32), pp 108-110. Abstract only
Post
2014-2
Stephen G. Post  The Ontological Generality: Recovery in Triadic Community with a Higher Power, Neighbor, and Self. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2014, (32), pp 120–140. Abstract only
Project MATCH Project MATCH Research Group Project MATCH (Matching Alcoholism Treatment to Client Heterogeneity) – Dossier complet.
Cette étude, l’une des plus importantes dans le domaine à ce jour, comporte un nombre important de publications qui ont été regroupées dans ce dossier.
Project MATCH 1995 Project MATCH Research Group Twelve Step Facilitation Therapy Manual – Project MATCH Series, Vol. 1.  National Institutes of Health, Publication No. 94-3722, Washington, DC, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), 1995b, 
Project MATCH 1997 Project MATCH Research Group Matching Alcoholism Treatments to Client Heterogeneity – Project MATCH. Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs), 1997, 58(1), pp 7-29.
Project MATCH 1998 Project MATCH Research Group Matching alcoholism treatments to client heterogeneity: Project MATCH three-year drinking outcomes. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, Sep 1998, 22(6), pp 1300-1311. Abstract only
Project MATCH 1999 Project MATCH Research Group Motivational Enhancement Therapy Manual – Project MATCH Series, Vol. 2. National Institutes of Health, Publication No 94-3723, Washington, DC, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), 1999, 138 p.
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William L. White The history of recovered people as wounded healers: I. From native America to the rise of the modern alcoholism movement. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2000, 18(1), pp 1-23.
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William L. White The history of recovered people as wounded healers: II. The era of professionalization and specialization. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2000, 18(2), pp 1-25.
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William L. White, Michael Boyle, David Loveland Addiction as chronic disease: From rhetoric to clinical application. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 2002, 3/4, pp 107-130.
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William L. White Hazelden Foundation. In Blocker, J. and Tyrell, I., Eds., Alcohol and Temperance in Modern History, Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-CLIO, 2003, pp. 290-291.
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William L. White Christopher Smithers Foundation. In Blocker, J. and Tyrell, I., Eds., Alcohol and Temperance in Modern History. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, pp. 154-155.
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William L. White Circles of Recovery: Self-help Organizations for Addictions by Keith Humphreys – Book review. Contemporary Drug Problems, 2004, 31(2), pp 371-378.
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William L. White, Ernest Kurtz The varieties of recovery experience – A Primer for Addiction Treatment Professionals and Recovery Advocates.  International Journal of Self Help and Self Care, 2005, 3(1-2), pp 21-61.
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William L. White, Alexandre B. Laudet Spirituality, Science and Addiction Counseling. Counselor, 2006, 7(1), pp 56-59.
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William L. White Addiction recovery: Its definition and conceptual boundaries. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 2007, 33, pp 229-241.
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William L. White  Peer-based Addiction Recovery Support: History, Theory, Practice, and Scientific Evaluation. Northeast ATTC, Great Lakes ATTC and Philadelphia Dept of Behavioral Health/Mental Retardation Services, 2009, 265 p.
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Relapse is NOT Part of Recovery: A Brief Commentary. 2010, Online on William White Papers.
White
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William L. White, Sadé Ali Lapse and Relapse: Is it time for new language? 2010, Online on William White Papers.
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William L. White Circles of Recovery: An Interview with Keith Humphreys, PhD. Counselor, Pioneer Series, Apr 2011, 12(6), pp 48-52.
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William White, Chris Budnick, Boyd Pickard Narcotics Anonymous: Its History and Culture.  Online on William White Papers, 2011, 40 p.
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William L. White Are the AA and NA Skies Falling? Addiction Research and Theory, 2012, 20(2), pp 105-106.
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William L. White Myths to recover by. 2013, Online on William White Papers.
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Claire D. Clark The Points Interview (Special Edition): William L. White.  Interview on Second Edition of Slaying the Dragon. Online on Points ADHS Blog, July 22 2014.
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William L. White, James F. Callahan Addiction medicine in America: Its birth and early history (1750-1935) with a modern postscript. In R. Ries, D. Fiellin, S. Miller, & R. Saitz, Eds. Principles of Addiction Medicine, 5th Ed., American Society of Addiction Medicine. LWW, Chap. 22, pp 365-374.
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William L. White, Arthur C. Evans Jr., Roland Lamb Promoting Resilience and Recovery: Policy, Clinical, and Recovery Support Strategies to Inhibit the Intergenerational Transmission of Addiction and Related Problems. Philadelphia: Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disability Services, 2014, Online on William White Papers.
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William L. White Waiting for Breaking Good: The Media and Addiction Recovery. 2014, Online on William White Papers.
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William L. White, Rita A. Chaney Addiction Recovery: A Selected Bibliography with an Emphasis on Professional Publications and Scientific Studies. 2019, Online on William White Papers, 220 p.
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