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|Genre/Form:||Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks, manuals, etc
|Additional Physical Format:||(DLC) 2011036501|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Computer File, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Howard Shaffer; Debi A LaPlante; Sarah E Nelson
|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2012. Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement.|
|Description:||1 online resource (vii, 527 pages).|
|Contents:||Vol. 2. Diagnosis and Assessment / James Langenbucher --
Clinical Supervision and Addiction Treatment / Michael B. Madson and Bradley A. Green --
Drug Substitution Treatments and Addiction Pharmacotherapies: Integrating Pharmacotherapy Into the Addiction Syndrome Treatment Paradigm / John A. Renner --
Psychotherapies for Addiction: Empirically Supported Interventions for the Addiction Syndrome / Katie Witkiewitz, Gillian Steckler, Anna Gavrishova, Brett Jensen, and Megan Wilder --
Addiction Syndrome: Relapse and Relapse Prevention / Sharon Hsin Hsu and G. Alan Marlatt --
Natural Recovery From Addiction / Gallus Bischof, Hans-Jürgen Rumpf, and Ulrich John --
What Self-Help Organizations Tell Us About the Syndrome Model of Addiction / Anna Lembke and Keith Humphreys --
Screening and Brief Interventions for the Addiction Syndrome: Considering the Vulnerability of Adolescence / J. Wesley Boyd, Sion Kim Harris, and John R. Knight --
Primary Prevention Models: The Essence of Drug Abuse Prevention in Schools / Lawrence M. Scheier --
A Public Health Approach to Family-Centered Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Addiction: A Middle School Strategy / Gregory M. Fosco, Thomas J. Dishion, and Elizabeth A. Stormshak --
The Addiction Syndrome and the College Setting: Prevention / Brian Borsari --
Technology and Its Relationship to the Addiction Syndrome / Debi A. LaPlante --
Special Population Segments and the Addiction Syndrome / Margarita Alegría, Anne Valentine, Huijun Li, and Grace Min --
The Behavioral Economics of Reinforcement Pathologies: Novel Approaches to Addictive Disorders / Warren K. Bickel, David P. Jarmolowicz, James MacKillop, Leonard H. Epstein, Katelyn Carr, E. Terry Mueller, and Thomas J. Waltz ; Driving Under the Influence: Epidemiology, Etiology, Prevention, Policy, and Treatment / Sarah E. Nelson and Daniel Tao ; The Role of the Externalizing Spectrum in Understanding Addiction / Jaime Derringer and Robert F. Krueger ; HIV Infection, AIDS, and Addiction / James L. Sorensen, Sandra E. Larios, and Jennifer Knapp Manuel ; Addiction Syndrome and Homelessness / Judith A. Stein, Christine E. Grella, Bradley T. Conner, and Lillian Gelberg --
Epilogue / Stephen A. Maisto.
|Series Title:||APA handbooks in psychology.|
|Other Titles:||Addiction syndrome handbook|
|Responsibility:||Howard J. Shaffer, editor-in-chief ; Debi A. LaPlante and Sarah E. Nelson, associate editors.|
"This two-volume handbook provides a comprehensive review of addiction. Volume 2 has three major sections. These sections examine the many aspects associated with recovery from addiction, the prevention of addiction, and other essential issues commonly associated with addiction, such as technology, driving under the influence, and homelessness. There is also a Foreword in Volume 1 and an Epilogue in Volume 2 that provide insight and perspective about the addiction syndrome and the place of this handbook within the development of a science of addiction. Editor-in-chief Howard J. Shaffer asked contributors to consider their areas of interest with respect to the addiction syndrome model. In addition, to advance the conceptual framework that guides addiction research and treatment, contributors were asked to provide evidence to support or refute the addiction syndrome model. Dr. Shaffer hopes this approach will stimulate an enthusiastic dialogue that can advance the field by revising and improving the etiological models that provide the guiding wisdom about addiction and its causes and consequences"--Publicity materials. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved).
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