Effect of alcohol abstinence incentives with American Indian, Alaska Native adults


What The Study Did: Researchers in this randomized clinical trial examined the effectiveness of incentives offered for laboratory-confirmed abstinence from alcohol among American Indian and Alaska Native adults diagnosed with alcohol dependence.

Authors: Michael G. McDonell, Ph.D., of Washington State University in Spokane, is the corresponding author.

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