ERIC Number: ED350511
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Drugs in the Workplace: Research and Evaluation Data. Volume II. Research Monograph 100.
Gust, Steven W., Ed.; And Others
This monograph presents 14 articles on the topics of the nature and extent of drug use by the workforce; drug use and job performance indicators; and drug free workplace program research. These articles are included: (1) Research on Drugs and the Workplace: Introduction and Summary (Steven Gust, Dennis Crouch, J. Michael Walsh); (2) Drug Use Patterns and Demographics of Employed Drug Users: Data from the 1988 NIDA Household Survey (Andrea Kopstein, Joseph Gfroerer); (3) Drugs in the Military Workplace: Results of the 1988 Worldwide Survey (Robert Bray, Mary Ellen Marsden, J. Rachal, Michael Peterson); (4) Patterns of Drug Use in a Large Metropolitan Workforce (Wayne Lehman, D. Dwayne Simpson); (5) Drug Use Trends in a Nuclear Power Facility: Data from a Random Screening Program (Carl Osborn, Jacque Sokolov); (6) Mandatory Post Accident Drug and Alcohol Testing for the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) (David Moody, Dennis Crouch, David Andrenyak, Rachel Smith, Diana Wilkins, Ann Hoffman, Douglas Rollins); (7) Development of Repeated Acquisition Methodologies To Detect Drug-Induced Disruption in Human Learning (Warren Bickel, Stephen Higgins, John Hughes); (8) Residential Laboratory Research: A Multidimensional Evaluation of the Effects of Drugs on Behavior (Marian Fischman, Thomas Kelly, Richard Foltin); (9) Effects of Alcohol on Human Behavior: Implications for Workplace Performance (Thomas Kelly, Richard Foltin, Marian Fischman); (10) Impact of Moderate Alcohol Consumption on Business Decision Making (Sarah Jobs, Fred Fiedler, Chad Lewis); (11) Application of Human Laboratory Data for the Assessment of Performance in Workplace Settings: Practical and Theoretical Considerations (Stephen Heishman, Jack Henningfield); (12) 1988 Bureau of Labor Statistics' Survey of Employer Anti-Drug Programs (Howard Hayghe); (13) Reexamining the Role of Supervisor Training (Bradley Googins, Robert Schneider, Neil Colan); and (14) NIDA's Role in Applied Research (Robert DuPont, Jerome Jaffe, Herbert Kleber). (ABL)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Inst. on Drug Abuse (DHHS/PHS), Rockville, MD.
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