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By Steve Sussman, Susan L. Ames
Drug Abuse: Etiology, Prevention, and Cessation serves as a entire resource of data at the topography of, explanations of, and suggestions to drug difficulties. The textual content covers conceptual concerns concerning definitions of drug use, misuse, abuse, and dependence. Importantly, the textual content addresses numerous theoretical bases at present utilized to the advance of prevention and cessation courses, particular software content material from evidence-based courses, and software methods and modalities. information about etiology, prevention, and cessation is well delineated into (a) neurobiological, (b) cognitive, (c) micro-social, and (d) macro-social/physical environmental devices. The publication is best as a chief resource for college students and pros in chemical dependence courses, medical and well-being psychology, public wellbeing and fitness, preventive medication, nursing, sociology, and social paintings, between different fields, at the nature, motives, prevention, and cessation of the abuse of felony and unlawful medications.
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M. Jellinek in 1960 (Jellnick, 1952, 1960). In 1965, the American Psychiatric Association began using the term disease to describe alcoholism, and in 1966, the American Medical Association subsequently followed. The disease concept of alcoholism has since been generalized to addiction to other drugs. Generally, there is an assumption that there exists baseline vulnerability in prone individuals long before drug use began. The “disease of addiction” is viewed as a primary disease and is not secondary to some other condition.
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