cooccurring


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Adj.1.cooccurring - occurring or operating at the same time; "a series of coincident events"
synchronal, synchronic, synchronous - occurring or existing at the same time or having the same period or phase; "recovery was synchronous with therapy"- Jour.A.M.A.; "a synchronous set of clocks"; "the synchronous action of a bird's wings in flight"; "synchronous oscillations"
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We collected data from six cooccurring oak species at six sites in the Birmingham area and showed that weevil infestation rates of acorns were very low across all species.
Assessing the Effectiveness of Jail Diversion Programs for Persons with Serious Mental Illness and Cooccurring Substance Use Disorders, Behavioral Sciences and the Law 23:163-170.
African Americans, Hispanic, and European Americans who engage in violent behavior and have cooccurring mental health disorders, are in desperation need of evidenced based psychotherapies.
Although there is a paucity of data on medications for COD in adolescents, fluoxetine, for example, appears promising for the treatment of depression with cooccurring alcohol use, Dr.
Adherence to pharmacotherapy in bipolar disorder patients with and without cooccurring substance use disorders.
Yet Community Support and Treatment Services (CSTS) in Michigan has been able to provide cooccurring disorder services by taking a step-by-step implementation approach.
Developing and implementing a comprehensive approach to serving women with cooccurring disorders and histories of trauma.
Cooccurring alcohol and cocaine dependence: recent findings fron clinical and field studies.
Among older children (ages 13-17 years), 32% are likely to have cooccurring diagnoses, most often ADHD and mood disorders (Warner & Pottick, 2004).
Most have cooccurring physical disorders such as diabetes and obesity.
In all of the analyses, we controlled for several other factors related to adolescent alcohol use, including gender (i.e., males use alcohol more frequently, have more cooccurring alcohol related problems; Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 2005), adolescent age (alcohol consumption increases with age, Johnston, O'Malley, Bachman, & Schulenberg, 2006b), ethnicity (Johnston et ai., 2006a), and family status (Amato & Riviera, 1999).