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Abbreviation:   AA  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   Alcoholics Anonymous
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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2020 A Critical Review of Qualitative Interview Studies with Alcoholics Anonymous Members. ---
2020 Alcoholics Anonymous and 12-Step Facilitation Treatments for Alcohol Use Disorder: A Distillation of a 2020 Cochrane Review for Clinicians and Policy Makers. AUD, CBT, MET, PDA, RCTs, RRs, SMD
2020 Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12-step programs for alcohol use disorder. AA/TSF, AUD, CBT, CENTRAL, CI, ICTRP, LPA, MD, MET, MET, PDA, PDHD, RCTs, RR, RRs, SMD, TSF, WHO
2020 Functioning of adults in alcohol use disorder treatment: Role of concerned others. ---
2020 Overlapping Mechanisms of Recovery Between Professional Psychotherapies and Alcoholics Anonymous. MOR
2020 Urban American Indian Adult Participation and Outcomes in Culturally Adapted and Mainstream Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings. AI, S-AI
2019 'Someone like me': User experiences of the discussion forums of non-12-step alcohol online support groups, June 2019. AOSGs
2019 Internet Searches for Medical Symptoms Before Seeking Information on 12-Step Addiction Treatment Programs: A Web-Search Log Analysis. NA
2019 Profiles of recovery from alcohol use disorder at three years following treatment: can the definition of recovery be extended to include high functioning heavy drinkers? AUD, CI, OR
10  2019 Spirituality, Religiosity and Addiction Recovery: Current Perspectives. ---
11  2019 Tales of hope: Social identity and learning lessons from others in Alcoholics Anonymous: A test of the Social Identity Model of Cessation Maintenance. ---
12  2019 [Sponsorship by a peer and recovery for persons suffering of a severe psychotic condition]. ---
13  2018 A Focused Addiction Curriculum and Its Impact on Student Knowledge, Attitudes, and Confidence in the Treatment of Patients with Substance Use. ---
14  2018 AA attendance and abstinence for dually diagnosed patients: a meta-analytic review. CI, DD, RCT
15  2018 Changes in depression mediate the effects of AA attendance on alcohol use outcomes. BDI
16  2018 Correlates of alcoholics anonymous affiliation among justice-involved women. AUD
17  2018 Effects of Treatment Type on Alcohol Consumption Partially Mediated by Alcoholics Anonymous Attendance. ---
19  2018 More than Taking a Chair: The Perceived Group Social Dynamics of Alcoholics Anonymous Related to Changes in Spiritual Practices. ---
20  2018 Results of Activity of Anonymous Alcoholic Association in Iran. NGO
21  2017 A Qualitative Exploration of Social Support during Treatment for Severe Alcohol Use Disorder and Recovery. AUD
22  2017 Alcoholics Anonymous and other mutual help organizations: Impact of a 45-minute didactic for primary care and categorical internal medicine residents. MHOs, NA, PGY1, SUDs
23  2017 Alcoholics Anonymous-Related Benefit for Urban Native Americans: Does Urban Native American Gender Moderate AA Engagement and Outcomes? ---
24  2017 An initial fMRI study on neural correlates of prayer in members of Alcoholics Anonymous. ---
25  2017 Decreased Drinking and Alcoholics Anonymous are Associated with Different Dimensions of Spirituality. ---
26  2017 Does Age Moderate the Effect of Spirituality/Religiousness in Accounting for Alcoholics Anonymous Benefit? S/R
27  2017 Is Alcoholics Anonymous religious, spiritual, neither? Findings from 25years of mechanisms of behavior change research. MOBC
28  2017 Lifetime Alcoholics Anonymous attendance as a predictor of spiritual gains in the Relapse Replication and Extension Project (RREP). DPDD, PDA, RREP
29  2017 Problems and Service Needs Among Ex-Offenders with HIV Risk Behaviors Entering Sober Living Recovery Homes. SLHs
30  2016 A Qualitative Analysis of Medical Students' Reflection on Attending an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting: Insights for Future Addiction Curricula. ---
31  2016 Humility and 12-Step Recovery: A Prolegomenon for the Empirical Investigation of a Cardinal Virtue in Alcoholics Anonymous. ---
32  2016 Integrating intervention for substance use disorder in a healthcare setting: practice and outcomes in New York City STD clinics. SBIRT, STD, SUD
33  2016 Positive Criminology and Rethinking the Response to Adolescent Addiction: Evidence on the Role of Social Support, Religiosity, and Service to Others. ---
34  2016 Predictors of 12-Step Attendance and Participation for Individuals With Stimulant Use Disorders. NA, SUDs
35  2016 Utilization of Alcohol Treatment Among HIV-Positive Women with Hazardous Drinking. CI, OR, WIHS
36  2016 [Factors Influencing Quality of Life of Alcoholics Anonymous Members in Korea]. QOL
37  2015 Alcoholic patients' response to their disease: perspective of patients and family. ---
38  2015 Assessing the Quality of Life of Clients with Alcohol Dependence Syndrome (ADS) attending Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings in a selected area of Delhi. ADS
39  2015 Disease recognition is related to specific autobiographical memory deficits in alcohol-dependence. AD, RCQ
40  2015 Effects of long-term AA attendance and spirituality on the course of depressive symptoms in individuals with alcohol use disorder. AAI, AUD, BDI, RBB
41  2015 Evaluating alcoholics anonymous sponsor attributes using conjoint analysis. ---
42  2015 Griffith Edwards' rigorous sympathy with Alcoholics Anonymous. ---
43  2015 Investigating Social Support and Network Relationships in Substance Use Disorder Recovery. ---
44  2015 Latent class analysis of alcohol treatment utilization patterns and 3-year alcohol related outcomes. NESARC
45  2014 Alcoholics Anonymous and twelve-step recovery: a model based on social and cognitive neuroscience. ---
46  2014 Do Drug-Dependent Patients Attending Alcoholics Anonymous Rather than Narcotics Anonymous Do As Well? A Prospective, Lagged, Matching Analysis. HLMs, MHO, NA, PDA
47  2014 Do young people benefit from AA as much, and in the same ways, as adult aged 30+? A moderated multiple mediation analysis. AUD, PDA
48  2014 Estimating the efficacy of Alcoholics Anonymous without self-selection bias: an instrumental variables re-analysis of randomized clinical trials. ---
49  2014 Longitudinal trajectories of readiness to change: alcohol use and help-seeking behavior. RC
50  2014 Pharmacy students' attitudes about treating patients with alcohol addiction after attending a required mutual support group. SAAPPQ
51  2014 Pilot test of 12-step linkage for alcohol-abusing women in leaving jail. AUDs
52  2014 Psychiatric comorbidity and 12-step participation: a longitudinal investigation of treated young adults. DD, HLM, MHOs, NA, PDA, SUD
53  2014 The Evolution of Peer Run Sober Housing as a Recovery Resource for California Communities. SLHs
54  2014 What Promotes Wisdom in 12-Step Recovery? NA
55  2013 A novel application of propensity score matching to estimate Alcoholics Anonymous' effect on drinking outcomes. PSM, RCTs
56  2013 Alcoholics Anonymous and reduced impulsivity: a novel mechanism of change. AUDs
57  2013 Do changes in selfishness explain 12-step benefit? A prospective lagged analysis. PN
58  2013 Does Alcoholics Anonymous work differently for men and women? A moderated multiple-mediation analysis in a large clinical sample. PDA
59  2013 Emerging adults' treatment outcomes in relation to 12-step mutual-help attendance and active involvement. HLMs, NA, PDA, PDHD
60  2013 Evaluating Alcoholics Anonymous's effect on drinking in Project MATCH using cross-lagged regression panel analysis. ---
61  2013 Involvement in 12-step activities and treatment outcomes. ---
62  2013 Long term Suboxone™ emotional reactivity as measured by automatic detection in speech. GP
63  2013 Multiple dimensions of spirituality in recovery: a lagged mediational analysis of Alcoholics Anonymous' principal theoretical mechanism of behavior change. ---
64  2013 Physicians in long-term recovery who are members of alcoholics anonymous. ---
65  2013 Spiritual awakening predicts improved drinking outcomes in a Polish treatment sample. ---
66  2013 Spirituality as a change mechanism in 12-step programs: a replication, extension, and refinement. RBB
67  2013 Spirituality, drugs, and alcohol: a philosophical analysis. ---
68  2013 Teaching college students about Alcoholics Anonymous: an experiential approach. ---
69  2013 The 10-year course of Alcoholics Anonymous participation and long-term outcomes: a follow-up study of outpatient subjects in Project MATCH. ---
70  2013 The general alcoholics anonymous tools of recovery: the adoption of 12-step practices and beliefs. AAI, GAATOR
71  2013 The Twelve Promises of Alcoholics Anonymous: psychometric measure validation and mediational testing as a 12-step specific mechanism of behavior change. MHOs, TPS
72  2013 [Peer support in "Alcoholicos Anonimos" (AA)]. ---
73  2012 Applying the nursing theory of human relatedness to alcoholism and recovery in alcoholics anonymous. THR
74  2012 Association between social influences and drinking outcomes across three years. ---
75  2012 Determining the relative importance of the mechanisms of behavior change within Alcoholics Anonymous: a multiple mediator analysis. AUD, PDA
76  2012 Does Pathway into 12-Step Programs Influence 12-Step-Related Benefit? ---
77  2012 Does sponsorship improve outcomes above Alcoholics Anonymous attendance? A latent class growth curve analysis. ---
78  2012 Empirical awakening: the new science on mutual help and implications for cost containment under health care reform. NA, TSF
79  2012 Formal and informal substance use treatment utilization and alcohol abstinence over seven years: is the relationship different for blacks and whites? ---
80  2012 Gender and extroversion as moderators of the association between Alcoholics Anonymous and sobriety. OR
81  2012 Impressions of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Group Cohesion: A Case for a Nonspecific Factor Predicting Later AA Attendance. ---
82  2012 Role of two clusters of male alcoholics in treatment retention. ---
83  2012 The predictive validity of the Drinking-Related Cognitions Scale in alcohol-dependent patients under abstinence-oriented treatment. DRCS
84  2012 Use of alcoholics anonymous as part of medical school education: students' and educators' perspectives. ---
85  2012 Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous: the role of spiritual orientation and AA member affiliation. YPAA
86  2012 [Does participating in AA decrease the risk for suicide in alcohol dependence?]. ---
87  2011 Alcoholics Anonymous and hazardously drinking women returning to the community after incarceration: predictors of attendance and outcome. ---
88  2011 Alcoholics anonymous and other twelve-step programs in recovery. ---
89  2011 Alcoholics Anonymous attendance, decreases in impulsivity and drinking and psychosocial outcomes over 16 years: moderated-mediation from a developmental perspective. ---
90  2011 Attachment avoidance and anxiety as predictors of 12-step group engagement. ---
91  2011 Do women differ from men on Alcoholics Anonymous participation and abstinence? A multi-wave analysis of treatment seekers. ---
92  2011 Driving while intoxicated among individuals initially untreated for alcohol use disorders: one- and sixteen-year follow-ups. DWI
93  2011 Factors associated with attendance in 12-step groups (Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous) among adults with alcohol problems living with HIV/AIDS. NA
94  2011 Harm reduction and 12 steps: complementary, oppositional, or something in-between? ---
95  2011 How safe are adolescents at Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings? A prospective investigation with outpatient youth. NA
96  2011 Influence of religiosity on 12-step participation and treatment response among substance-dependent adolescents. NA
97  2011 Predictors of membership in Alcoholics Anonymous in a sample of Successfully remitted alcoholics. ---
98  2011 Preinjury alcohol and drug use among persons with spinal cord injury: implications for rehabilitation. SCI
99  2011 Six-month changes in spirituality and religiousness in alcoholics predict drinking outcomes at nine months. SR
100  2011 Spirituality in recovery: a lagged mediational analysis of alcoholics anonymous' principal theoretical mechanism of behavior change. GLM