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The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (formerly the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol) is the oldest alcohol/addiction research journal currently published in the United States. Today, JSAD publishes peer-reviewed studies on a wide range of topics related to the consumption of alcoholic beverages as well as the use of, abuse of, and dependence on illegal drugs (e.g., marijuana, heroin) and legal drugs other than alcohol (e.g., tobacco, prescription medication). The journal's archives include some of the classic studies dealing with the screening for and treatment of problem drinking and alcoholism. JSAD is a not-for-profit journal based at the Center of Alcohol Studies, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ.


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Editor: Marc A. Schuckit, M.D.

September 2014: Volume 75, Number 5

Next issue: November 2014

Cortical Thickness and Neurocognition in Adolescent Marijuana and Alcohol Users Following 28 Days of Monitored Abstinence

Joanna Jacobus, Lindsay M. Squeglia, Scott F. Sorg, Tam T. Nguyen-Louie, Susan F. Tapert

Alcohol Expectancies and Evaluations of Aggression in Alcohol-Related Intimate-Partner Verbal and Physical Aggression

Lorig K. Kachadourian, Brian M. Quigley, Kenneth E. Leonard

Use of Alcohol Mixed With Energy Drinks as a Predictor of Alcohol-Related Consequences Two Years Later

Megan E. Patrick, Rebecca J. Evans-Polce, Jennifer L. Maggs

Adolescent Alcohol Use Is Positively Associated With Later Depression in a Population-Based U.K. Cohort

Alexis C. Edwards, Jon Heron, Danielle M. Dick, Matt Hickman, Glyn Lewis, John Macleod, Kenneth S. Kendler

Episode-Specific Drinking-to-Cope Motivation, Daily Mood, and Fatigue-Related Symptoms Among College Students

Stephen Armeli, Ross E. O'Hara, Ethan Ehrenberg, Tami P. Sullivan, Howard Tennen

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