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The impact of comorbid anxiety and depression on alcohol treatment outcomes


, : The impact of comorbid anxiety and depression on alcohol treatment outcomes. Addiction 100(6): 787-796

Aims This study examines the impact of comorbid Diagnostic and Statistical Manual version IV (DSM-IV) anxiety and/or depression on out-patient treatment for alcohol problems.Design A prospective correlational design.Participants and settings Seventy-one clients seeking alcohol out-patient treatment at two treatment sites were interviewed at commencement of a treatment episode for alcohol problems and reinterviewed using the same measures 3 months later.

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PMID: 15918809

DOI: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.2005.001069.x


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