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Volume 91, Supplement 1, December 1996

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Conceptualizations of relapse: a summary of psychological and psychobiological models
pp. 5-14(10)
Authors: Connors, Gerard J.; Maisto, Stephen A.; Donovan, Dennis M.

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What is a relapse? Fifty ways to leave the wagon
pp. 15-28(14)
Author: Miller, William R.

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Assessment issues and domains in the prediction of relapse
pp. 29-36(8)
Author: Donovan, Dennis M.

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Replication and extension of Marlatt's taxonomy of relapse precipitants: overview of procedures and results
pp. 51-72(22)
Authors: Lowman, Cherry; Allen, John; Stout, Robert L.; Group, The Relapse Research

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The reliability of Marlatt's taxonomy for classifying relapses
pp. 73-88(16)
Authors: Longabaugh, Richard; Rubin, Amy; Stout, Robert L.; Zywiak, William H.; Lowman, Cherry

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Construct validation analyses on the Marlatt typology of relapse precipitants
pp. 89-98(10)
Authors: Maisto, Stephen A.; Connors, Gerard J.; Zywiak, William H.

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Predictive validity of Marlatt's relapse taxonomy versus a more general relapse code
pp. 99-110(12)
Authors: Stout, Robert L.; Longabaugh, Richard; Rubin, Amy

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Gender differences in relapse situations
pp. 111-120(10)
Authors: Rubin, Amy; Stout, Robert L.; Longabaugh, Richard

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Relapse research and the Reasons for Drinking Questionnaire: a factor analysis of Marlatt's relapse taxonomy
pp. 121-130(10)
Authors: Zywiak, William H.; Connors, Gerard J.; Maisto, Stephen A.; Westerberg, Verner S.

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Is Marlatt's relapse taxonomy reliable or valid?
pp. 139-146(8)
Author: Kadden, Ronald M.

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What predicts relapse? Prospective testing of antecedent models
pp. 155-172(18)
Authors: Miller, William R.; Westerberg, Verner S.; Harris, Richard J.; Tonigan, J. Scott

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Understanding relapse in the broader context of post-treatment functioning
pp. 173-190(18)
Authors: Connors, Gerard J.; Maisto, Stephen A.; Zywiak, William H.

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Looking forward and back to relapse: implications for research and practice
pp. 191-196(6)
Authors: Connors, Gerard J.; Longabaugh, Richard; Miller, William R.

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Latent transition analysis for longitudinal data
pp. 197-210(14)
Authors: Velicer, Wayne F.; Martin, Rosemarie A.; Collins, Linda M.

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Application of random-effects regression models in relapse research
pp. 211-230(20)
Authors: Hedeker, Donald; Mermelstein, Robin J.

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Part I. Relapse Interview-Intake
pp. 231-240(10)
Authors: Miller, William R.; Marlatt, G. Alan

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Marlatt's taxonomy and scoring rules as amended for use in the relapse replication and extension project
pp. 241-244(4)
Authors: MARLATT, G. ALAN; STOUT, ROBERT L.; ZYWIAK, WILLIAM H.

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Resumes
pp. 245-251(7)

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Resumenes
pp. 252-258(7)

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