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ASSOCIATION FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH IN SUBSTANCE ABUSE (AMERSA)

Ron Gasbarro

New Milford, PA

SLEEP, DREAMING, AND DRUGS

Paul F. Gavaghan

Chevy Chase, MD

DISTILLED SPIRITS COUNCIL

Jeffrey A. Gere Harman, MD IMMUNOASSAY

Dean R. Gerstein

National Opinion Research Center Washington, DC PRODUCTIVITY: EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ON PRODUCTIVITY: EFFECTS OF DRUGS ON

Joseph C. Gfroerer

Office of Applied Studies Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Rockville, MD NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD SURVEY ON DRUG ABUSE (NHSDA)

Louis A. Giordano

Department of Psychiatry

Ira Allen School, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS

Frederick B. Glaser

University of Michigan Medical Center Ann Arbor, MI

ALCOHOLISM: ORIGIN OF THE TERM

Elbert Glover

Department of Psychiatry University of West Virginia Medical School Morgantown, WV TOBACCO: SMOKELESS

Penny N. Glover

Department of Psychiatry University of West Virginia Medical School Morgantown, WV TOBACCO: SMOKELESS

Nick E. Goeders

Department of Pharmacology Louisiana State University Medical Center Shreveport, LA

AGONIST-ANTAGONIST (MIXED)

AGONIST

ALKALOIDS

APHRODISIAC

ANTAGONIST

DESIGNER DRUGS

DOSE-RESPONSE RELATIONSHIP

DRUG

DRUG TYPES

ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY

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