Drug Abuse: Foundation for a Psychosocial Approach

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Routledge, Jul 9, 2019 - Psychology - 268 pages
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Departing from largely ineffective medically-oriented approaches to the problems of drug abuse/education, the contributors to this volume present relevant empirical findings and theoretical models within a comprehensive psychosocial framework, which draws upon recent advances in understanding the physiological, psychological, interpersonal, and social forces that are the causes of youthful drug addiction.

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Seymour Eiseman, Joseph Wingard, George Huba

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