Vietnam: Follow-Up Study - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol & Addictive Behavior

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ROBINS, L. N. (1975). Drug treatment after return in Vietnam veterans. Highlights of the 20th annual conference, Veterans Administration Studies in Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences. Perry Point, MD: Central NP Research Laboratory.

ROBINS, L. N. (1974). The Vietnam drug user returns, Special Action Office Monograph, Series A, No. 2. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office

ROBINS, L. N. (1973). A follow-up of Vietnam drug users, Special Action Office Monograph, Series A, No. 1. Washington, DC: Executive Office of the President.

ROBINS, L, N., DAVIS, D. H., & NURCO, D. N, (1974). How permanent was Vietnam drug addiction? American Journal of Public Health, 64 (Suppl), 38-43.

ROBINS, L. N., HELZER, J. E., & DAVIS, D. H. (1975). Narcotic use in Southeast Asia and afterward: An interview study of 898 Vietnam returnees. Archives of General Psychiatry, 32(8), 955-961.

ROBINS, L. N., HELZER, J.E.HESSELBROCK, M., & WISH, E. (1980). Vietnam veterans three years after Vietnam: How our...

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