Alcohol and addictive behavior

P. Clayton Rivers, volume editor

Alcohol and drug abuse are among the gravest and most widespread problems clinical psychologists must treat. Though the problems seem perennial, diagnosis and treatment have been steadily refined, allowing professional psychologists to assess more variables and to offer more effective help. This volume surveys the latest advances in research and therapy and reconsiders standard treatment practices.<p>The contributors to "Alcohol and Addictive Behavior," all of them established professionals, focus on such key issues as the effect of addiction on the family, the influence of genetics, and the source of alcohol and drug craving. Much of what they report is based on new and ongoing research that should have considerable influence in the future treatment of alcohol and substance abusers.<p>The contents include: "What Do Behavioral Scientists Know--and What Can They Do--about Alcoholism" by Peter E. Nathan, Rutgers University; "The Four Alcoholisms: A Developmental Account of the Etiological Process" by Robert A. Zucker, Michigan State University; "Antecedents and Consequences of Drinking and Drinking Patterns in Women: Patterns from a U.S. National Survey" by Richard W. Wilsnack, University of North Dakota School of Medicine; "Alcoholism: A Family Interaction Perspective" by Theodore Jacob, University of Pittsburgh, Biological Markers for Alcoholism: A Vulnerability Model Conceptualization" by Shirley Y. Hill, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; and "The Motivation to Use Drugs: A Psychobiological Analysis of Urges" by Timothy B. Baker, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Alcohol and drug abuse are among the gravest and most widespread problems clinical psychologists must treat. Though the problems seem perennial, diagnosis and treatment have been steadily refined, allowing professional psychologists to assess more variables and to offer more effective help. This volume surveys the latest advances in research and therapy and reconsiders standard treatment practices.<p>The contributors to "Alcohol and Addictive Behavior," all of them established professionals, focus on such key issues as the effect of addiction on the family, the influence of genetics, and the source of alcohol and drug craving. Much of what they report is based on new and ongoing research that should have considerable influence in the future treatment of alcohol and substance abusers.<p>The contents include: "What Do Behavioral Scientists Know--and What Can They Do--about Alcoholism" by Peter E. Nathan, Rutgers University; "The Four Alcoholisms: A Developmental Account of the Etiological Process" by Robert A. Zucker, Michigan State University; "Antecedents and Consequences of Drinking and Drinking Patterns in Women: Patterns from a U.S. National Survey" by Richard W. Wilsnack, University of North Dakota School of Medicine; "Alcoholism: A Family Interaction Perspective" by Theodore Jacob, University of Pittsburgh, Biological Markers for Alcoholism: A Vulnerability Model Conceptualization" by Shirley Y. Hill, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; and "The Motivation to Use Drugs: A Psychobiological Analysis of Urges" by Timothy B. Baker, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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書名 Alcohol and addictive behavior
著作者等 Nebraska Symposium on Motivation
Rivers, P. Clayton
University of Nebraska--Lincoln. Dept. of Educational Psychology
Rivers P.C.
書名別名 Alcohol & Addictive behavior
シリーズ名 Nebraska symposium on motivation
出版元 University of Nebraska Press
刊行年月 1987
ページ数 xx, 346 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0803238800
0803289251
NCID BA00941104
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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