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LaBrie JW, Pedersen ER, Earleywine M, Olsen H. Reducing heavy drinking in college males with the decisional balance: Analyzing an element of motivational interviewing. Addictive Behaviors [Internet]. 2006 [cited 1];31:254-263. Available from:
Donovan DM, Rosengren DB, Downey L, Cox GB, Sloan KL. Attrition prevention with individuals awaiting publicly funded drug treatment. Addiction [Internet]. 2001 [cited *1];96:1149-1160. Available from:
Marlatt GA, Baer JS, Kivlahan DR, Dimeff LA, Larimer ME, Quigley LA, Somers JM, Williams E. Screening and brief intervention for high-risk college student drinkers: Results from a 2-year follow-up assessment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology [Internet]. 1998 [cited *1];66:604-615. Available from:
McCambridge J, Strang J. Development of a structured generic drug intervention model for public health purposes: A brief application of motivational interviewing with young people. Drug and Alcohol Review [Internet]. 2003 ;22:391-399. Available from:
LaBrie JW, Pedersen ER, Lamb TF, Quinlan T. A campus-based motivational enhancement group intervention reduces problematic drinking in freshmen male college students. Addictive Behaviors [Internet]. 2007 [cited 2];32:889-901. Available from:
Stephens RS, Babor TF, Kadden R, Miller M. The marijuana treatment project: Rationale, design and participant characteristics. Addiction [Internet]. 2002 [cited *1];97:109-124. Available from:
Nock MK, Kazdin AE. Randomized controlled trial of a brief intervention for increasing participation in parent management training. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology [Internet]. 2005 [cited *1];73:872-879. Available from:
Strang J, McCambridge J. Can the practitioner correctly predict outcome in motivational interviewing?. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment [Internet]. 2004 ;27:83-88. Available from:
Mitcheson L, Bhavsar K, McCambridge J. Randomized trial of training and supervision in motivational interviewing with adolescent drug treatment practitioners. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment [Internet]. 2009 ;37:73-78. Available from:
Jensen CD, Cushing CC, Aylward BS, Craig JT, Sorell DM, Steele RG. Effectiveness of motivational interviewing interventions for adolescent substance use behavior change: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2011 ;79(4):433 - 440.
Naar-King S, Outlaw A, Green-Jones M, Wright K, Parsons JT. Motivational interviewing by peer outreach workers: A pilot randomized clinical trial to retain adolescents and young adults in HIV care. AIDS Care [Internet]. 2009 ;21:868-873. Available from:
Van Horn DH, Bux DA. A pilot test of motivational interviewing groups for dually diagnosed inpatients. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment [Internet]. 2001 ;20:191-195. Available from:
Deas D. Evidence-cased treatments for alcohol use disorders in adolescents. Pediatrics [Internet]. 2008 ;121:S348-S354. Available from: 10.1542/peds.2007-2243G
Spirito A, Monti PM, Barnett NP, Colby SM, Sindelar H, Rohsenow DJ, Lewander W, Myers M. A randomized clinical trial of a brief motivational intervention for alcohol-positive adolescents treated in an emergency department. Journal of Pediatrics [Internet]. 2004 [cited *1];145:396-402. Available from:
Landback J, Prochaska M, Ellis J, Dmochowska K, Kuwabara SA, Gladstone T, Larson J, Stuart S, Gollan J, Bell C, et al. From prototype to product: Development of a primary care/internet based depression prevention intervention for adolescents (CATCH-IT). Community Mental Health Journal [Internet]. 2009 ;45:349-354. Available from:
Stein MD, Charuvastra A, Maksad J, Anderson BJ. A randomized trial of a brief alcohol intervention for needle exchangers (BRAINE). Addiction [Internet]. 2002 [cited *1];97:691-700. Available from:
Miller WR. Motivational interviewing and the incredible shrinking treatment effect. Addiction [Internet]. 2005 ;100:421. Available from:
LaBrie JW, Huchting KK, Lac A, Tawalbeh S, Thompson AD, Larimer ME. Preventing risky drinking in first-year college women: Further validation of a female-specific motivational-enhancement group intervention. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs Supplement [Internet]. 2009 [cited *2]:77-85. Available from:
Wenzel SL, D'Amico EJ, Barnes D, Gilbert ML. A pilot of a tripartite prevention program for homeless young women in the transition to adulthood. Womens Health Issues [Internet]. 2009 [cited 2];19:193-201. Available from:
Aliotta SL, Vlasnik JJ, DeLor B. Enhancing adherence to long-term medical therapy: A new approach to assessing and treating patients. Advances in Therapy [Internet]. 2004 ;21:214-231. Available from:
Naar-King S, Lam P, Wang B, Wright K, Parsons JT, Frey MA. Brief report: Maintenance of effects of motivational enhancement therapy to improve risk behaviors and HIV-related health in a randomized controlled trial of youth living with HIV. Journal of Pediatric Psychology [Internet]. 2008 [cited *1];33:441-445. Available from:
Cimini MD, Martens MP, Larimer ME, Kilmer JR, Neighbors C, Monserrat JM. Assessing the effectiveness of peer-facilitated interventions addressing high-risk drinking among judicially mandated college students. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs Supplement [Internet]. 2009 [cited *2];16:57-66. Available from:
Mullins SM, Suarez M, Ondersma SJ, Page MC. The impact of motivational interviewing on substance abuse treatment retention: A randomized control trial of women involved with child welfare. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment [Internet]. 2004 [cited *1];27:51-58. Available from:
Grenard JL, Ames SL, Wiers RW, Thush C, Stacy AW, Sussman S. Brief intervention for substance use among at-risk adolescents: A pilot study. Journal of Adolescent Health [Internet]. 2007 [cited *1];40:188-191. Available from:
McCambridge J, Strang J. The efficacy of single-session motivational interviewing in reducing drug consumption and perceptions of drug-related risk and harm among young people: Results from a multi-site cluster randomized trial. Addiction [Internet]. 2004 [cited *1];99:39-52. Available from:


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