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Longitudinal Relationship Between Psychological Distress and Multiple Substance Use: Results From a Three-Year Multisite Natural-History Study of Rural Stimulant Users
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs
  • Brenda M. Booth
  • Geoffrey Curran
  • Xiaotong Han
  • Patricia B. Wright
  • Sarah Frith
  • Carl G. Leukefeld
  • Russel S. Falck, Wright State University - Main Campus
  • Robert G. Carlson, Wright State University - Main Campus
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
3-1-2010
Abstract
Substance use is associated with poor mental health, but little is known regarding how use of multiple substances is associated with mental health, particularly longitudinally, in community studies. This article examines this issue in a large (N = 710), natural-history study of rural stimulant (cocaine and/or methamphetamine) users in three states.
Citation Information
Brenda M. Booth, Geoffrey Curran, Xiaotong Han, Patricia B. Wright, et al.. "Longitudinal Relationship Between Psychological Distress and Multiple Substance Use: Results From a Three-Year Multisite Natural-History Study of Rural Stimulant Users" Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs Vol. 71 Iss. 2 (2010) p. 258 - 267 ISSN: 19371888
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/robert_carlson/122/