Key articles (Carroll et al., 2008; 2009; 2011; 2014; Olmstead, Ostrow, & Carroll, 2010)
A. Standard treatment, OR
B. Standard treatment plus bi-weekly access to CBT4CBT
Conclusion: CBT4CBT plus clinical practice is more effective in reducing drug use during treatment than standard outpatient therapy alone.
A. Methadone plus counseling, OR
B. Standard treatment plus weekly access to CBT4CBT
Conclusion: CBT4CBT added to methadone maintenance is more effective in reducing drug use during treatment than MM alone and has lasting results in those who complete treatment
Other CBT4CBT Findings:
Carroll, K.M., Ball, S.A., Martino, S. Nich, C., Gordon, M.A., Portnoy, G.A. & Rounsaville, B.J. (2008). Computer-assisted delivery of cognitive behavioral therapy for addiction: A randomized trial of CBT4CBT. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 165:7, 881-889. PMCID: PMC2562873.
Carroll, K.M., Ball, S.A., Martino, S., Nich, C., Babuscio, T. A. & Rounsaville, B.J. (2009). Enduring effects of a computer-assisted training program for cognitive behavioral therapy: A six-month follow-up of CBT4CBT. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 100, 178-181. PMCID: PMC2742309
(in press: April 14, 2014) Carroll, K.M, Kiluk, B.D., Nich, C., Gordon, M.A., Portnoy, G.A., Martino, D.R., & Ball, S.A. (in press). Computer-Assisted Delivery of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Efficacy and durability of CBT4CBT among cocaine-dependent individuals maintained on methadone. The American Journal of Psychiatry.
Jia, Z., Worhunsky, P.D., Carroll, K.M., Rounsaville, B.J., Stevens, M.C., Pearlson, G.D.,. Potenza, M.N. (2011). An initial study of neural responses to monetary incentives as related to treatment outcomes in cocaine dependence. Biological Psychiatry, 70, 553-560. PMCID: PMC3162064
Campbell, A.M., Nunes, E.V., Miele, G.M., Matthews, A.., Polsky, D., Ghitza, U., Turrigiano, E., VanVeldhuisen, P., Chapdelaine, R., Froias, A., Stitzer, M.L.,Carroll, (2014). Internet-delivered treatment for substance abuse: A multisite randomized controlled trial. American Journal of Psychiatry, 171,6, 683-690.
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