Addiction Statistics - Conducting Research


  • ERIC Database World's largest source of education information, with more than 1 million abstracts and journal articles on education research and practice
  • ETOH Searchable database from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
  • Eurekalert Excellent searchable archive for press releases concerning breaking research news; offered by the American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • Medline This service of the National Library of Medicine provides access to over 11 million citations in medical and social sciences
  • National Substance Abuse Web Index Metasearch tool that searches drug information across the most authoritative drug sites on the web
  • Prevention Materials Database Links to prevention videos, classroom materials, software, and other materials
  • Research Resources for Social Sciences Extensive links to databases in psychology, sociology, women's studies, law enforcement, and other social sciences
  • Treatment Resource Database Links to treatment videos, classroom materials, software, and other materials

Research Tools

  • APA Publication Manual Crib Sheet Reviews rules and reference formats for the American Psychological Association publication manual; developed by Russ Dewey and Bill Scott
  • Clinical Trials National Institutes of Health site provides patients, family members and members of the public current information about clinical research studies
  • Introductory Statistics Online textbook covering all aspects of statistical analysis; written by David Stockburger of Southwest Missouri State University
  • Research Assistant This site provides a step-by-step grant writing tutorial for new and minority drug abuse researchers, from research question to grant submission
  • Research Methods Knowledge Base This comprehensive textbook addresses the entire research process, including sampling, measurement, research design, and data analysis
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