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Research on Social Work Practice

May 2012 Volume 22, Number 3

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Number of articles: 1

  1. A Feasibility Study of Virtual Reality-Based Coping Skills Training for Nicotine Dependence

    Patrick S. Bordnick, Amy C. Traylor, Brian L. Carter & Ken M. Graap

    Objective: Virtual reality (VR)-based cue reactivity has been successfully used for the assessment of drug craving. Going beyond assessment of cue reactivity, a novel VR-based treatment approach... More

    pp. 293-300

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