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100 1  Lowinson, Joyce H 
245 10 Substance Abuse :|bA Comprehensive Textbook 
250    4th ed 
264  1 Philadelphia :|bWolters Kluwer Health,|c2004 
264  4 |c©2005 
300    1 online resource (1445 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Spiral Manual 
505 0  Substance Abuse -- Preface -- Contributors -- Contents -- 
       SECTION I Foundations -- 1 Historical Perspectives -- 2 
       Epidemiology -- 3 U.S. Federal Drug Policy -- SECTION II 
       Determinants of Substance Abuse and Dependence -- 4 
       Genetic Factors in the Risk for Substance Use Disorders --
       5 Brain-Reward Mechanisms -- 6 Psychodynamics -- 7 
       Sociocultural Issues -- SECTION III Substances of Abuse --
       8 Alcohol: Neurobiology -- 9 Alcohol: Clinical Aspects -- 
       10 Opiates: Neurobiology -- 11 Opiates: Clinical Aspects -
       - 12 Cocaine and Crack: Neurobiology -- 13 Cocaine and 
       Crack: Clinical Aspects -- 14 The Neurobiology of 
       Marijuana -- 15 Marihuana: Clinical Aspects -- 16 
       Amphetamines and Other Stimulants -- 17 Sedative-Hypnotics
       -- 18 Hallucinogens -- 19 Phencyclidine (PCP) -- 20 
       Inhalants -- 21 Designer Drugs -- 22 MDMA -- 23 Nicotine -
       - 24 Caffeine -- 25 Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids -- 26 
       Prescription Opiate Abuse -- SECTION IV Related Compulsive
       and Addictive Behaviors -- 27 Eating Disorders -- 28 
       Pathologic Gambling -- 29 Addiction and Cults: 
       Synthesizing a Model for Treating Ex-Members -- 30 Sexual 
       Addiction: Nosology, Diagnosis, Etiology, and Treatment --
       31 Internet/Computer Addiction -- 32 Collecting, 
       Accumulation, and Hoarding: Acquisitions and Their 
       Discontents -- SECTION V Evaluation and Early Treatment --
       33 Diagnosis and Classification: DSM-IV-TR and ICD-1 -- 
       Diagnostic Laboratory: Screening for Drug Abuse -- SECTION
       VI Treatment Approaches -- 35 Detoxification -- 36 
       Alcoholics Anonymous -- 37 Alternative Support Groups -- 
       38 The Therapeutic Community -- 39 Methadone Maintenance -
       - 40 Buprenorphine for the Treatment of Opioid Addiction -
       - 41 Alternative Pharmacotherapies for Opioid Addiction --
       42 Individual Psychotherapy -- 43 Group Therapy with 
       Outpatients -- 44 Family/Couples Approaches to Treatment 
       Engagement and Therapy 
505 8  45 The Role of Coercion in Drug Treatment -- 46 Treatment 
       in Prisons and Jails -- 47 Cognitive and Behavioral 
       Therapies -- 48 Network Therapy -- 49 Acupuncture -- 50 
       Faith-Based Approaches -- 51 Relapse Prevention -- 52 
       Evaluation and Outcome of Treatment -- SECTION VII 
       Management of Associated Medical Conditions -- 53 Maternal
       and Neonatal Effects of Alcohol and Drugs -- 54 Medical 
       Complications of Drug Use -- 55 Acute and Chronic Pain -- 
       56 Substance Use Disorders in Individuals with Co-
       Occurring Psychiatric Disorders -- SECTION VIII HIV 
       Infection and AIDS -- 57 Epidemiology and Emerging Public 
       Health Perspectives -- 58 HIV-Related Medical 
       Complications and Treatment -- 59 Neuropsychiatric Aspects
       of HIV-1 Infection -- 60 Psychosocial Issues of HIV/AIDS 
       Among Drug Users in Treatment -- SECTION IX Life Cycle -- 
       61 Children of Substance-Abusing Parents -- 62 Adolescents
       -- 63 The Elderly -- SECTION X Women's Issues -- 64 
       Alcohol and Women -- 65 Drugs and Women -- 66 Women's 
       Research and Policy Issues -- SECTION XI Ethnic 
       Populations -- 67 African Americans: Epidemiology, 
       Prevention, and Treatment Issues -- 68 Hispanic Americans 
       -- 69 Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders -- 70 Alcohol 
       Use Among American Indians and Alaskan Natives -- SECTION 
       XII Other Populations -- 71 Gays, Lesbians, and Bisexuals 
       -- 72 The Homeless -- 73 Disability and Rehabilitation 
       Issues -- 74 Physicians and Other Health Professionals -- 
       75 New Immigrants and Refugees -- SECTION XIII Models of 
       Prevention -- 76 School-Based Programs -- 77 Harm 
       Reduction: Pragmatic Drug Policies for Public Health and 
       Safety -- 78 Church, Family, and Community in the 
       Prevention and Treatment of Addiction Among African 
       Americans -- 79 The Public Health Approach to the 
       Prevention of Substance Abuse -- SECTION XIV Training and 
       Education 
505 8  80 Medical Education in Substance Abuse: The Acquisition 
       of Knowledge, Attitudes, and Skills -- 81 Education and 
       Training of Clinical Personnel -- 82 Forensics -- 83 The 
       Role of Neuropsychological Assessment in Forensic 
       Addiction -- SECTION XV Policy Issues -- 84 A New Era for 
       Methadone Advocacy -- 85 The Workplace -- 86 Treatment for
       Alcohol and Drug Dependence: History, Workforce, 
       Organization, Financing and Emerging Policies -- 87 Legal 
       Aspects of Confidentiality of Patient Information -- 88 
       Clinical and Societal Implications of Drug Legalization --
       Index 
520    The premier text on substance abuse and addictive 
       behaviors is now in its updated and expanded Fourth 
       Edition, with up-to-the-minute insights from more than 150
       experts at the front lines of patient management and 
       research. This edition features expanded coverage of the 
       neurobiology of abused substances, new pharmacologic 
       therapies for addictions, and complete information on \
       u201cclub drugs\u201d such as Ecstasy. New sections focus 
       on addiction in children, adolescents, adults, and the 
       elderly and women's health issues, including pregnancy. 
       The expanded behavioral addictions section now includes 
       hoarding, shopping, and computer/Internet abuse. Includes 
       access to a Companion wesbite that has fully searchable 
       text 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Substance abuse.;Substance abuse -- Treatment.;Substance 
       abuse -- Social aspects.;Substance abuse -- United States 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Ruiz, Pedro 
700 1  Millman, Robert B 
700 1  Langrod, John G 
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