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11945Journal Article Reference 1 of 85
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Client incentives versus contracting and staff incentives: how care continuity interventions in substance abuse treatment can improve residential to outpatient transition.
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J.Subst.Abuse Treat., 2013, 45, 1, 55-62
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7570Journal Article Reference 2 of 85
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Motivation for reducing substance use among minority adolescents: Targets for intervention
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J.Subst.Abuse Treat., 2010, 39, 4, 399-407
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6239Journal Article Reference 3 of 85
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Motivational subtypes and continuous measures of readiness for change: Concurrent and predictive validity.
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11803Journal Article Reference 4 of 85
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The effects of inhibitory control training on alcohol consumption, implicit alcohol-related cognitions and brain electrical activity.
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7645Journal Article Reference 5 of 85
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Client language during motivational enhancement therapy and alcohol use outcome.
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6243Journal Article Reference 6 of 85
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Motivational interviewing to improve treatment engagement and outcome in individuals seeking treatment for substance abuse: A multisite effectiveness study
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Drug & Alcohol Dependence, 2006, 81, 3, 301-312
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11804Journal Article Reference 7 of 85
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Self-efficacy and motivation to quit marijuana use among young women.
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The American Journal on Addictions, Jul-Aug 2013, 22, 4, 373-380
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6246Journal Article Reference 8 of 85
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Brief motivational intervention for adolescent smokers in medical settings
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Addict.Behav., 2005, 30, 5, 865-874
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6247Journal Article Reference 9 of 85
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Lack of effect for decisional balance as a brief motivational intervention for at-risk college drinkers.
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Addict.Behav., 2005, 30, 7, 1425-1430
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6248Journal Article Reference 10 of 85
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Relationships of Linguistic and Motivation Variables with Drinking Outcomes Following Two Mailed Brief Interventions
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6249Journal Article Reference 11 of 85
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Motivational structure: Relationships with substance use and processes of change
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Addict.Behav., 2002, 27, 6, 925
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6252Journal Article Reference 12 of 85
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Using Motivational Activities to Facilitate Treatment Involvement and Reduce Risk
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J.Psychoactive Drugs, 2005, 37, 1, 7-14
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6404Journal Article Reference 13 of 85
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Building better cognitive-behavioral therapy: is broad-spectrum treatment more effective than motivational-enhancement therapy for alcohol-dependent patients treated with naltrexone?
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Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 2007, 68, 2, 238-247, Rutgers University, Alcohol Research Documentation
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8748Journal Article Reference 14 of 85
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Gender Differences in Substance Use, Consequences, Motivation to Change, and Treatment Seeking in People With Serious Mental Illness
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Subst.Use Misuse, 2011, 46, 6, 808-818, Taylor & Francis Ltd
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8749Journal Article Reference 15 of 85
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Proposed model of the neurobiological mechanisms underlying psychosocial alcohol interventions: the example of motivational interviewing
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6255Journal Article Reference 16 of 85
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A pilot study of motivation and treatment completion among American Indian adolescents in substance abuse treatment
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Addict.Behav., 2006, 31, 8, 1402-1414
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6256Journal Article Reference 17 of 85
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Self-reported motivations to change and self-efficacy levels for a group of recidivist drink drivers
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Addict.Behav., 2005, 30, 6, 1230-1235
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6257Journal Article Reference 18 of 85
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Readiness to Change versus Readiness to Seek Help for Alcohol Problems: The Development of the Treatment Readiness Tool (TReaT)
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Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 2004, 65, 6, 801-809
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6258Journal Article Reference 19 of 85
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Readiness for Change and Readiness for Help-Seeking: a Composite Assessment of Client Motivation
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Alcohol & Alcoholism, 2005, 40, 6, 540-544
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8750Journal Article Reference 20 of 85
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Community Program Therapist Adherence and Competence in a Motivational Interviewing Assessment Intake Session
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American Journal of Drug & Alcohol Abuse, 2010, 36, 6, 342-349, Taylor & Francis Ltd
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6259Journal Article Reference 21 of 85
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The Effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing Delivered by Youth Workers in Reducing Drinking, Cigarette and Cannabis Smoking among Young People: Quasi-Experimental Pilot Study
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Alcohol & Alcoholism, 2005, 40, 6, 535-539
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7571Journal Article Reference 22 of 85
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Motivation in substance misuse treatment
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Addiction Research & Theory, 2010, 18, 5, 494-510
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8752Journal Article Reference 23 of 85
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Pathways to treatment retention for individuals legally coerced to substance use treatment: The interaction of hope and treatment motivation.
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Drug Alcohol Depend., 2011, 118, 2-3, 400-407
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6263Journal Article Reference 24 of 85
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Title
Motivational interviewing: Is it all our clients need?
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Addiction Research & Theory, 2005, 13, 1, 1-18
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8753Journal Article Reference 25 of 85
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Mechanisms of change in extended cognitive behavioral treatment for tobacco dependence
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Drug & Alcohol Dependence, 2010, 109, 1-3, 114-119
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