Lee Ann Kaskutas
Lee Ann Kaskutas
University of California Berkeley
Verified email at arg.org
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Social networks as mediators of the effect of Alcoholics Anonymous
LA Kaskutas, J Bond, K Humphreys
Addiction 97 (7), 891-900, 2002
3342002
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
3252004
Alcoholics Anonymous effectiveness: Faith meets science
LA Kaskutas
Journal of addictive diseases 28 (2), 145-157, 2009
3082009
How important is treatment? One‐year outcomes of treated and untreated alcohol‐dependent individuals
C Weisner, H Matzger, LA Kaskutas
Addiction 98 (7), 901-911, 2003
2972003
The persistent influence of social networks and alcoholics anonymous on abstinence.
J Bond, LA Kaskutas, C Weisner
Journal of studies on alcohol 64 (4), 579-588, 2003
2862003
Changes in drinking patterns among whites, blacks and Hispanics, 1984-1992.
R Caetano, LA Kaskutas
Journal of studies on alcohol 56 (5), 558-565, 1995
2401995
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
1981998
The role of religion, spirituality and Alcoholics Anonymous in sustained sobriety
LA Kaskutas, LA Kaskutas, J Bond, C Weisner
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 21 (1), 1-16, 2003
1902003
Predictors of help seeking among a longitudinal sample of the general population, 1984-1992.
LA Kaskutas, C Weisner, R Caetano
Journal of studies on alcohol 58 (2), 155-161, 1997
1811997
In 12‐step groups, helping helps the helper
SE Zemore, LA Kaskutas, LN Ammon
Addiction 99 (8), 1015-1023, 2004
1592004
Helping, spirituality and Alcoholics Anonymous in recovery.
SE Zemore, LA Kaskutas
Journal of studies on alcohol 65 (3), 383-391, 2004
1512004
Alcoholics Anonymous careers: Patterns of AA involvement five years after treatment entry
LA Kaskutas, L Ammon, K Delucchi, R Room, J Bond, C Weisner
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 29 (11), 1983-1990, 2005
1442005
Effectiveness of making Alcoholics Anonymous easier: A group format 12-step facilitation approach
LA Kaskutas, MS Subbaraman, J Witbrodt, SE Zemore
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 37 (3), 228-239, 2009
1382009
An alternative to standard drinks as a measure of alcohol consumption
LA Kaskutas, K Graves
Journal of substance abuse 12 (1-2), 67-78, 2000
1182000
Elements that define recovery: the experiential perspective
LA Kaskutas, TJ Borkman, A Laudet, LA Ritter, J Witbrodt, ...
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 75 (6), 999-1010, 2014
1172014
Reasons for drinking less and their relationship to sustained remission from problem drinking
H Matzger, LA Kaskutas, C Weisner
Addiction 100 (11), 1637-1646, 2005
1152005
Long‐term effects of alcohol warning labels: Findings from a comparison of the United States and Ontario, Canada
TK Greenfield, KL Graves, LA Kaskutas
Psychology & marketing 16 (3), 261-282, 1999
1121999
Twelve‐step affiliation and 3‐year substance use outcomes among adolescents: Social support and religious service attendance as potential mediators
FW Chi, LA Kaskutas, S Sterling, CI Campbell, C Weisner
Addiction 104 (6), 927-939, 2009
1112009
What do women get out of self-help? Their reasons for attending Women for Sobriety and Alcoholics Anonymous
LA Kaskutas
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 11 (3), 185-195, 1994
1101994
Does diagnosis matter? Differential effects of 12-step participation and social networks on abstinence
J Witbrodt, LA Kaskutas
The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 31 (4), 685-707, 2005
1002005
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