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Book Chapter
Mason PG. Motivational interviewing. In: Rassool HG Dual diagnosis nursing. Dual diagnosis nursing. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing; 2006. pp. 254-260. Available from:
Handmaker NS, Walters ST. Motivational interviewing for initiating change in problem drinking and drug use. In: Hofmann SG, Tompson MC Treating chronic and severe mental disorders: A handbook of empirically supported interventions. Treating chronic and severe mental disorders: A handbook of empirically supported interventions. New York, NY: Guilford Press; 2002. pp. 215-233. Available from:
Journal Article
Baker A, Lee NK, Claire M, Lewin TJ, Grant T, Pohlman S, Saunders JB, Kay-Lambkin F, Constable P, Jenner L, et al. Brief cognitive behavioural interventions for regular amphetamine users: A step in the right direction. Addiction [Internet]. 2005 [cited *1];100:367-378. Available from:
Gray E, McCambridge J, Strang J. The effectiveness of motivational interviewing delivered by youth workers in reducing drinking, cigarette and cannabis smoking among young people: Quasi-experimental pilot study. Alcohol and Alcoholism [Internet]. 2005 [cited 1];40:535-539. Available from:
Mausbach BT, Semple SJ, Strathdee SA, Zians J, Patterson TL. Efficacy of a behavioral intervention for increasing safer sex behaviors in HIV-negative, heterosexual methamphetamine users: Results from the fast-lane study. Annals of Behavioral Medicine [Internet]. 2007 [cited *1];34:263-274. Available from:
Miller WR. It all depends. Addiction [Internet]. 2008 ;103:1819-1820. Available from:
White HR, Mun EY, Pugh L, Morgan TJ. Long-term effects of brief substance use interventions for mandated college students: Sleeper effects of an in-person personal feedback intervention. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research [Internet]. 2007 [cited *1];31:1380-1391. Available from:
Miller WR. 'The use of brief interventions adapted from motivational interviewing across behavioral domains: A systematic review': Comment. Addiction [Internet]. 2005 ;100. Available from:
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