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Stress and Addiction : Biological and Psychological Mechanisms.

Author: Mustafa Al'Absi
Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier, 2006.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Stress is one of the most commonly reported precipitants of drug use and is considered the number one cause of relapse to drug abuse. For the past several decades, there have been a number of significant advances in research focusing on the neurobiological and psychosocial aspects of stress and addiction; along with this growth came the recognition of the importance of understanding the interaction of biological and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mustafa Al'Absi
ISBN: 9780080525297 0080525296 1281023272 9781281023278
OCLC Number: 476079912
Description: 1 online resource (453 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Stress and Addiction: Biological and Psychological Mechanisms; Copyright Page; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; SECTION I: NEUROBIOLOGY OF STRESS AND ADDICTION; SECTION II: PSYCHOSOCIAL PROCESSES RELATED TO STRESS AND ADDICTION; SECTION III: CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS: ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION; Subject Index; Author Index.

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Stress is one of the most commonly reported precipitants of drug use and is considered the number one cause of relapse to drug abuse. For the past several decades, there have been a number of significant advances in research focusing on the neurobiological and psychosocial aspects of stress and addiction; along with this growth came the recognition of the importance of understanding the interaction of biological and psychosocial factors that influence risk for initiation and maintenance of addictive behaviors. Recent research has started to specifically focus on understanding the nature of how.

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