Brodbeck Roos, Jeannette

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Brodbeck, Jeannette; Matter, Monika; Page, Julie; Moggi, Franz (2007). Motives for cannabis use as a moderator variable of distress among young adults. Addictive behaviors, 32(8), pp. 1537-45. Amsterdam: Elsevier 10.1016/j.addbeh.2006.11.012

Brodbeck, Jeannette; Matter, Monika; Moggi, Franz (2006). Association between cannabis use and sexual risk behavior among young heterosexual adults. AIDS and behavior, 10(5), pp. 599-605. New York, N.Y.: Springer 10.1007/s10461-006-9103-9

Matter, Monika; Brodbeck Roos, Jeannette; Moggi, Franz (2005). Binge drinking and cannabis use in young adults. Sucht, 51(6), pp. 336-342. Hogrefe 10.1024/2005.06.03

Brodbeck, Jeannette; Matter, Monika; Roos, Markus; Moggi, Franz (2004). Drug consuming women's appraisals of viral hepatitis and HIV. Sucht, 50(6), pp. 354-360. Hogrefe 10.1024/2004.06.02

Moggi, Franz; Brodbeck, Jeannette; Költzsch, Kerstin; Hirsbrunner, Hans-Peter; Bachmann, Kurt Marc (2002). One-year follow-up of dual diagnosis patients attending a 4-month integrated inpatient treatment. European addiction research, 8(1), pp. 30-37. Karger 10.1159/000049485

Brodbeck, Jeannette; Moggi, Franz; Matter, Monika (2002). Sexual risk behavior and HIV-prevention of female drug users. Sucht, 48(1), pp. 9-16. Hogrefe 10.1024/suc.2002.48.1.9

Moggi, Franz; Hirsbrunner, Hans-Peter; Brodbeck, Jeannette; Bachmann, Kurt Marc (1999). One-year outcome of an integrative inpatient treatment for dual diagnosis patients. Addictive behaviors, 24(4), pp. 589-592. Elsevier 10.1016/s0306-4603(98)00079-3

Bachmann, Kurt Marc; Moggi, Franz; Hirsbrunner, Hans-Peter; Donati, Ruth; Brodbeck, Jeannette (1997). An integrated treatment program for dually diagnosed patients. Psychiatric services, 48(3), pp. 314-316. American Psychiatric Association 10.1176/ps.48.3.314

Moggi, F; Hirsbrunner, H-P; Wittig, R; Donati, R; Brodbeck, J; Bachmann, Kurt Marc (1996). lnpatient treatment of patients with dual diagnoses. Verhaltenstherapie, 6(4), pp. 201-209. Karger 10.1159/000258990

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