Keith Humphreys
Keith Humphreys
Esther Ting Memorial Professor, Stanford University
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Drug Policy and the Public Good
T Babor, J Caulkins, G Edwards, B Fischer, D Foxcroft, K Humphreys, ...
Oxford University Press, 2010
4202010
Circles of recovery: Self-help organizations for addictions
K Humphreys
Cambridge University Press, 2003
3882003
The treatment of drinking problems: A guide for the helping professions
G Edwards, EJ Marshall, CCH Cook
Cambridge University Press, 2003
3802003
Electronic support groups for breast carcinoma: a clinical trial of effectiveness
MA Lieberman, M Golant, J Giese‐Davis, A Winzlenberg, H Benjamin, ...
Cancer: Interdisciplinary International Journal of the American Cancer …, 2003
3442003
Social networks as mediators of the effect of Alcoholics Anonymous
LA Kaskutas, J Bond, K Humphreys
Addiction 97 (7), 891-900, 2002
3262002
Self-help organizations for alcohol and drug problems: Toward evidence-based practice and policy
K Humphreys, S Wing, D McCarty, J Chappel, L Gallant, B Haberle, ...
Journal of substance abuse treatment 26 (3), 151-158, 2004
3142004
Meta‐analysis of naltrexone and acamprosate for treating alcohol use disorders: when are these medications most helpful?
NC Maisel, JC Blodgett, PL Wilbourne, K Humphreys, JW Finney
Addiction 108 (2), 275-293, 2013
2892013
Do enhanced friendship networks and active coping mediate the effect of self-help groups on substance abuse?
K Humphreys, ES Mankowski, RH Moos, JW Finney
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 21 (1), 54, 1999
2891999
Social and community resources and long-term recovery from treated and untreated alcoholism.
K Humphreys, RH Moos, C Cohen
Journal of studies on alcohol 58 (3), 231-238, 1997
2881997
Drug policy and the public good: evidence for effective interventions
J Strang, T Babor, J Caulkins, B Fischer, D Foxcroft, K Humphreys
The Lancet 379 (9810), 71-83, 2012
2712012
Association between concurrent use of prescription opioids and benzodiazepines and overdose: retrospective analysis
EC Sun, A Dixit, K Humphreys, BD Darnall, LC Baker, S Mackey
Bmj 356, j760, 2017
2262017
Can encouraging substance abuse patients to participate in self‐help groups reduce demand for health care? A quasi‐experimental study
K Humphreys, R Moos
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 25 (5), 711-716, 2001
2132001
Alcoholics Anonymous involvement and positive alcohol-related outcomes: Cause, consequence, or just a correlate? A prospective 2-year study of 2,319 alcohol-dependent men.
J McKellar, E Stewart, K Humphreys
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 71 (2), 302, 2003
2042003
Mutual help groups for mental health problems: A review of effectiveness studies
N Pistrang, C Barker, K Humphreys
American journal of community psychology 42 (1-2), 110-121, 2008
1972008
The Alcoholics Anonymous Affiliation Scale: development, reliability, and norms for diverse treated and untreated populations
K Humphreys, LA Kaskutas, C Weisner
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 22 (5), 974-978, 1998
1941998
Use of exclusion criteria in selecting research subjects and its effect on the generalizability of alcohol treatment outcome studies
K Humphreys, C Weisner
American Journal of Psychiatry 157 (4), 588-594, 2000
1892000
Depression increases diabetes symptoms by complicating patients’ self-care adherence
JD McKellar, K Humphreys, JD Piette
The Diabetes Educator 30 (3), 485-492, 2004
1872004
Two pathways out of drinking problems without professional treatment
K Humphreys, RH Moos, JW Finney
Addictive Behaviors 20 (4), 427-441, 1995
1851995
A randomized controlled trial of an internet‐based intervention for alcohol abusers
JA Cunningham, TC Wild, J Cordingley, T Van Mierlo, K Humphreys
Addiction 104 (12), 2023-2032, 2009
1832009
The influence of posttreatment mutual help group participation on the friendship networks of substance abuse patients
K Humphreys, JM Noke
American Journal of Community Psychology 25 (1), 1-16, 1997
1811997
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