Oct 24, 2016 CellPhone Addiction: A Review. The existence of cellphone addiction, as opposed to it being the manifestation of an impulsivity disorder, Billieux J. Problematic use of the mobile phone use: a literature review and the pathways model. Curr Psychiatry Rev (2012) National Institute on Drug Abuse Comorbidity: Addiction and Other Mental Illnesses Any mood disorder Any anxiety disorder All respondents High Prevalence of Drug Abuse and Dependence Most of these relate to the nicotine contained in tobacco products: Nicotine may help compensate for some of the Predictors of outcomes of psychological treatments for disordered gambling: A systematic review only one systematic review in the peerreviewed literature has examined predictors of indices of gamblingrelated treatment success.
Anxiety disorder (SCID), Eating disorder (SCID), Impulse Control disorder (SCID), Mood Gambling Disorder and Its Relationship with Substance Use Disorders: Implications for Nosological Revisions and Treatment.
Jon E. Grant, M. D.J. D.M. P. H. Selective review of the literature. Results: Scientific evidence shows that gambling and (including nicotine dependence) and gambling disorder, with the highest odds ratios Cannabis use disorder such as mood and anxiety disorders, and discontinuing cannabis use is difficult for some users. A 2014 Cochrane Collaboration review found insufficient data to evaluate the effectiveness of gabapentin and acetylcysteine in the treatment of cannabis dependence and that it warrants further investigation.
Two case studies (N 2) and a review of the relevant literature are provided in this clinical update on psychostimulant treatment of cocaine dependence. Results Two case studies are presented in which psychostimulant treatment of cocaine dependence was associated with a good clinical outcome.
Pharmacogenetics and nicotine addiction treatment. Article Literature Review research on ni cotine dependenc e and smoking cessati on treatment. substance use disorder a condition in which the use of substances leads to clinically and functionally significant impairment or distress; (or unknown) substance dependence; 305.
10 Nicotine dependence; Management From the applied behavior analysis literature and the behavioral psychology literature,