Abuse History and Therapy Participation Among Men and Women in Methadone Maintenance Treatment
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The differences between men (N = 26) and women’s (N = 27) self-reports of abuse and recorded therapy participation were examined among clients in a methadone maintenance treatment program. Results indicate that women report significantly more abuse. We found no significant difference in therapy participation between men and women.
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Kunzler, Alexandria; Mondragon, Sasha; Welsh, Amy; and Baldwin, Scott, "Abuse History and Therapy Participation Among Men and Women in Methadone Maintenance Treatment" (2010). FHSS Mentored Research Conference. 5.
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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