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Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Yasser Khazaal

Associate researcher at the Research Center, Montreal University Institute of Mental Health, Montreal, Canada.


Full professor of Addiction Psychiatry (Lausanne University). Head (directory board member) of Addiction Psychiatry, Lausanne University Hospital Associate researcher at the Research Center, Montreal University Institute of Mental Health, Montreal, Canada. Involved in studies related to addictive disorders, cognitive and behavioral treatments, e-mental health as well as in projects related to the the development and assessment of games or computer-based treatments for different mental health disorders. =

Eating Behaviors, Body Composition and Risk of Relapse among Persons withdrawing from Substance Abuse: A 3-months Follow-up Study

Objective: To describe eating behaviors and body composition before, during and after substance abuse withdrawal, and to assess if these factors were related with withdrawal outcome. Methods: This was a three month follow-up study examining eating behaviors (measured by validated questionnaires and interview), substance use (assessed with Addictio... Read More»

Maaike Kruseman, André Berchtold, Carmen Sangin, Yasser Khazaal, Rita Manghi, Michel Piccard-Kossovsky, Jean-Michel Gaspoz and Barbara Broers

Research Article: J Addict Res Ther 2014, S10: 001

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6105.S10-001

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