Dr Stephen J Bright
Dr Stephen J Bright
Senior Lecturer of Addiction at Edith Cowan University
Verified email at exchange.curtin.edu.au - Homepage
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Kronic hysteria: exploring the intersection between Australian synthetic cannabis legislation, the media, and drug-related harm
SJ Bright, B Bishop, R Kane, A Marsh, MJ Barratt
International Journal of Drug Policy 24 (3), 231-237, 2013
652013
What can we say about substance use? Dominant discourses and narratives emergent from Australian media
SJ Bright, A Marsh, LM Smith, B Bishop
Addiction Research & Theory 16 (2), 135-148, 2008
462008
NBOMe—a very different kettle of fish...
DGE Caldicott, SJ Bright, MJ Barratt
The Medical Journal of Australia 199 (5), 322-323, 2013
382013
Synthesis and pharmacology of new psychoactive substance 5F‐CUMYL‐P7AICA, a scaffold‐hopping analog of synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists 5F‐CUMYL‐PICA and 5F‐CUMYL‐PINACA
SD Banister, A Adams, RC Kevin, C Macdonald, M Glass, R Boyd, ...
Drug Testing and Analysis 11 (2), 279-291, 2019
182019
Development of an Australian version of the Alcohol‐R elated Problems Survey: A comprehensive computerised screening tool for older adults
SJ Bright, A Fink, JC Beck, J Gabriel, D Singh
Australasian journal on ageing 34 (1), 33-37, 2015
152015
Cigarette smoking among young adults: Integrating adolescent cognitive egocentrism with the trans‐theoretical model
SJ Bright, D McKillop, D Ryder
Australian Journal of Psychology 60 (1), 18-25, 2008
132008
Point prevalence and patterns of mental health comorbidity among people accessing Australia's first older adult–specific alcohol and other drug treatment service
S Bright, K Walsh, C Williams
Journal of Dual Diagnosis 14 (1), 70-75, 2018
102018
Psychometric properties of the locus of control of behaviour scale (LCBS) among Australians seeking alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment
SJ Bright, R Kane, A Marsh, B Bishop
Australian Psychologist 48 (3), 172-177, 2013
92013
International use of screening tools that measure ‘standard drinks’: Whose standard?
S Bright, D Singh, A Fink
Addiction 106 (5), 1022-1023, 2011
82011
Australia should be initiating a psychedelic research program: What are the barriers?
N Strauss, SJ Bright, ML Williams
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 50 (11), 1036-1037, 2016
72016
Preventing and reducing alcohol-and other drug-related harm among older people: A practical guide for health and welfare professionals
R Nicholas, A Roche, N Lee, S Bright, K Walsh
National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders …, 2015
72015
Development of Australia's first older adult‐specific early intervention for alcohol‐related harm: Feasibility and proof of concept
SJ Bright, CM Williams
Australasian journal on ageing 36 (1), 52-55, 2017
62017
Should Australian psychology consider enhancing psychotherapeutic interventions with psychedelic drugs? A call for research
S Bright, M Williams
Australian Psychologist 53 (6), 467-476, 2018
52018
New and emerging drugs
S Bright
Australian Drug Foundation, 2013
52013
Should addiction researchers be interested in psychedelic science?
S Bright, M Williams, D Caldicott
Drug and alcohol review 36 (3), 285-287, 2017
42017
Development of the Australian Dominant Drug Discourses Scale
SJ Bright, R Kane, B Bishop, A Marsh
Addiction Research & Theory 22 (5), 416-423, 2014
42014
Evaluation of Australia’s first older adult-specific early intervention for reducing alcohol-related harm
SJ Bright, CM Williams
Australian Health Review 42 (6), 676-679, 2018
32018
While law makers squabble over pill testing, people should test their drugs at home
S Bright
The Conversation, 2019
22019
ACT cannabis laws come into effect on Friday, but they may not be what you hoped for
S Bright, J Bartle
The Conversation, 2020
12020
Substance use in later life
SJ Bright
Oxford Encyclopedia of Psychology, 2019
12019
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