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Introduction to Addictive Behaviors, Third Edition,9781593852788

Introduction to Addictive Behaviors, Third Edition

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3/14/2006
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The Guilford Press
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Summary

Univ. of Florida, Gainesville. Textbook on addictive behaviors offers a review of major contemporary perspectives on substance abuse and addiction. Addresses disease models including psychoanalytic, conditioning, cognitive, and family systems formulations. For psychologists. Previous edition: c1999. DNLM: Substance-Related Disorders-etiology.

Author Biography

Dennis L. Thombs, PhD, FAAHB, is Associate Professor in the Department of Health Education and Behavior at the University of Florida. The focus of his scholarship is addictive behavior, with special interests in the epistemology of addiction and in alcohol and drug use during the period of emerging adulthood. Dr. Thombs’s research has been supported by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Health Behavior.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 The Multiple Conceptions of Addictive Behavior and Professional Practice Today 1(17)
Conceptions of Addiction in U.S. History
1(3)
Addiction as Immoral Conduct
4(2)
Addiction as Disease
6(2)
Addiction as Maladaptive Behavior
8(1)
The Need for Theory
9(1)
What Exactly Is a Theory?
10(1)
Attributes of a Good Theory
11(1)
The Dissemination of Evidence-Based Practice
12(2)
Effective Prevention and Treatment Programs
14(2)
Purpose of the Book
16(1)
Review Questions
17(1)
CHAPTER 2 The Disease Models 18(36)
Different Disease Conceptions
19(1)
Tolerance and Withdrawal
20(1)
Addiction as a Primary Disease
21(2)
Genetic Origins of Addiction: The Susceptibility Model
23(14)
Effects of Drugs on Brain Structure and Function: The Exposure Model
37(5)
Loss of Control
42(2)
Addiction as a Progressive Disease
44(4)
Addiction as a Chronic Disease
48(1)
Denial
49(1)
Strengths of the Disease Models
50(1)
Weaknesses of the Disease Models
51(1)
Review Questions
52(2)
CHAPTER 3 Public Health and Prevention Approaches 54(47)
What Is Public Health?
54(6)
Healthy People 2010: The National Health Priorities on Tobacco, Alcohol, and Drug Use
60(1)
Public Health Surveillance of Substance Abuse
60(7)
Age of Onset and the Gateway Hypothesis
67(4)
Types of Prevention Programs and Strategies
71(13)
Community Coalition Building
84(2)
Results from Community Intervention Trials
86(9)
The Participatory Research Approach
95(1)
The Community Mobilization Approach
96(2)
Current U.S. Drug Control Policy and the Prospects of a Public Health Approach
98(1)
Review Questions
99(2)
CHAPTER 4 Toward an Understanding of Comorbidity 101(19)
The Epidemiology of Comorbidity in the United States
102(7)
Explanatory Models
109(6)
Integrated Treatment for Dual Diagnosis
115(3)
Summary
118(1)
Review Questions
118(2)
CHAPTER 5 Psychoanalytic Formulations 120(15)
Psychoanalysis: A Type of Psychotherapy
120(3)
Personality Structure
123(2)
Anxiety, Defense Mechanisms, and the Unconscious
125(2)
Insights into Compulsive Substance Use
127(5)
Stages of Recovery from Addiction
132(1)
Psychoanalytic Concepts in Clinical Practice Today
132(2)
Review Questions
134(1)
CHAPTER 6 Conditioning Models and Approaches to Contingency Management 135(24)
Conditioned Behavior
136(4)
Initiation of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
140(1)
Addiction
141(1)
Relationship between Addiction and Physical Dependence
141(1)
Cessation and Relapse
142(1)
Principles of Contingency Management
143(2)
Applications of Contingency Management
145(11)
Effectiveness of Contingency Management Approaches
156(1)
Review Questions
157(2)
CHAPTER 7 Cognitive Models 159(30)
Basic Social-Cognitive Concepts
159(3)
Modeling and Substance Use
162(2)
Self-Efficacy and Treatment Outcomes
164(3)
Role of Outcome Expectancy in Alcohol and Drug Use
167(9)
Alcohol and Stress: Cognition as a Mediating Process
176(4)
Tiffany's Model of Drug Urges and Cravings
180(1)
Relapse
181(5)
Project MATCH: A Test of Cognitive Therapy
186(1)
Summary
186(1)
Review Questions
187(2)
CHAPTER 8 The Family System 189(41)
Clinically Generated Concepts
189(11)
Bowen's Family Systems Theory
200(7)
Codependency
207(3)
Children in Alcoholic Families: Clinical Accounts
210(3)
Role Behavior
213(4)
Findings from the Research Literature
217(10)
Summary
227(1)
Review Questions
228(2)
CHAPTER 9 Social and Cultural Foundations 230(23)
The Influence of Culture on Diagnostic Determinations
230(2)
Sociological Functions of Substance Abuse
232(1)
Social Facilitation
233(2)
"Time Out" from Social Obligations
235(2)
Promoting Group Solidarity/Establishing Social Boundaries
237(4)
Drug Subcultures: Repudiation of Middle-Class Values
241(9)
Implications for Counseling
250(1)
Limitations
251(1)
Review Questions
252(1)
CHAPTER 10 Conditions That Facilitate and Inhibit Change in Addictive Behavior 253(14)
Stages of Change in Addictive Behavior
254(4)
Coercion
258(3)
Confrontative Treatment
261(1)
Motivation Enhancement
262(1)
Harm Reduction Approaches
263(2)
The Impact of Managed Care
265(1)
Review Questions
266(1)
References 267(33)
Author Index 300(10)
Subject Index 310


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