Joshua P Smith

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentPsychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
AddressP.O. Box MSC 861
437N
67 President St.
Phone843-792-5759
Fax843-792-5750
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    Dr. Smith's professional interests include evidence-based approaches to program development and enhancement, development of novel approaches to substance use assessment and treatment, and consultation for leadership and interprofessional team-building.
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    addiction treatment, comorbidiity, substance use assessment, program development

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    1. Hanlon CA, Kearney-Ramos T, Dowdle LT, Hamilton S, DeVries W, Mithoefer O, Austelle C, Lench DH, Correia B, Canterberry M, Smith JP, Brady KT, George MS. Developing Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) as a Treatment Tool for Cocaine Use Disorder: a Series of Six Translational Studies. Curr Behav Neurosci Rep. 2017 Dec; 4(4):341-352. PMID: 30009124.
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    2. Miller PM, Book SW, Thomas S, Smith JP, Randall PK, Randall CL. The potential utility of drinking motive questions to screen at-risk drinking in socially anxious patients. J Subst Use. 2014 Jun 01; 19(3):225-228. PMID: 24982593.
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    3. Book SW, Thomas SE, Smith JP, Randall PK, Kushner MG, Bernstein GA, Specker SM, Miller PM, Randall CL. Treating individuals with social anxiety disorder and at-risk drinking: phasing in a brief alcohol intervention following paroxetine. J Anxiety Disord. 2013 Mar; 27(2):252-8. PMID: 23523988.
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    4. Book SW, Thomas SE, Smith JP, Miller PM. Severity of anxiety in mental health versus addiction treatment settings when social anxiety and substance abuse are comorbid. Addict Behav. 2012 Oct; 37(10):1158-61. PMID: 22658305.
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    5. Smith JP, Randall CL. Anxiety and alcohol use disorders: comorbidity and treatment considerations. Alcohol Res. 2012; 34(4):414-31. PMID: 23584108.
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    6. Miller PM, Smith JP. What do marshmallows and golf tell us about natural recovery research? Addiction. 2010 Sep; 105(9):1521-2; discussion 1524. PMID: 20707775.
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    7. Smith JP, Book SW. Comorbidity of generalized anxiety disorder and alcohol use disorders among individuals seeking outpatient substance abuse treatment. Addict Behav. 2010 Jan; 35(1):42-5. PMID: 19733441.
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