drug addiction (substance use disorder)

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  • Evaluation of Exercise as Potential Prevention Strategy for Illicit Substance Relapses La Crosse, WI

    The purpose of this study is to analyze if exercise can be an effective noninvasive and low risk treatment option in helping patients with alcohol abuse and/or illicit drug use to avoid or delay relapses or slips.

  • A Study to Evaluate Human Intervention Motivation Rochester, MN

    The purpose of this study is to provide the first descriptive analysis of a long-standing HIMS program implementation.

    Chemical dependency among pilots has been a long recognized issue. Since the 1970s, the Human Intervention Motivation Study (HIMS) has strived to helped pilots with alcohol and drug dependency. Using a multidisciplinary team, HIMS supports and monitors aviators during their recovery, with the goal of eventual return to flying under an FAA special issuance.

    While there have been limited statistics documenting HIM successes, there is virtually no research examining the actual implementation of HIMS, patient populations, factors leading ...

  • A Study to Assess Impulsivity and its Association with Post-Treatment Relapse in Subjects with Substance Use Disorders Rochester, MN

    Impulsivity is a major component of addictive behavior contributing to the initiation and perpetuation of Substance Use Disorders (SUDs). The purpose of this study is to investigate the correlation of self-reported measures of impulsivity, neurocognitive task measures of impulsivity,  with craving intensity, the correlation of neurocognitive task measures of impulsivity, and the association between impulsivity measures and sequence variability in the A2AR gene.  



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