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Addiction Medicine

Science and Practice

  • Bankole A. Johnson

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxix
  2. History, Perspectives, Epidemiology, Diagnosis, and Classification

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. H. Westley Clark, Linda Hutchings
      Pages 3-22
    3. Deborah Hasin, Katherine Keyes
      Pages 23-49
    4. Angela Hawken, Jonathan D. Kulick
      Pages 51-73
    5. Howard I. Kushner
      Pages 75-93
    6. John B. Saunders, Noeline C. Latt
      Pages 95-113
  3. Behavioral Theories for Addiction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 115-115
    2. Wendy J. Lynch, Scott E. Hemby
      Pages 117-128
    3. M. Foster Olive, Peter W. Kalivas
      Pages 159-178
  4. Genetic and Other Biological Theories for Addiction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 179-179
    2. Weihua Huang, Wenhao Xu, Ming D. Li
      Pages 181-199
    3. George R. Uhl, Tomas Drgon, Catherine Johnson, Qing-Rong Liu
      Pages 201-223
    4. David Goldman
      Pages 225-236
    5. Raihan K. Uddin, Shiva M. Singh
      Pages 237-253
    6. Martin A. Javors, Thomas S. King, Brett C. Ginsburg, Lisa R. Gerak
      Pages 283-331
    7. Scott E. Hemby, Wendy J. Lynch, Nilesh S. Tannu
      Pages 359-378
  5. Clinical Aspects of Alcohol and Drug Addiction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 379-379
    2. Bankole A. Johnson, Gabrielle Marzani-Nissen
      Pages 381-395
    3. Robert Beech, Rajita Sinha
      Pages 397-416
    4. Maher Karam-Hage, Jennifer Minnix, Paul M. Cinciripini
      Pages 417-443
    5. Michael J. Zvolensky, Marcel O. Bonn-Miller, Teresa M. Leyro, Kirsten A. Johnson, Amit Bernstein
      Pages 445-461
    6. John A. Renner, Joji Suzuki
      Pages 463-493
    7. Richard Rawson, Rachel Gonzales, Walter Ling
      Pages 495-510
    8. Bachaar Arnaout, Ismene L. Petrakis
      Pages 511-523
    9. Yu-Chih Shen, Shih-Fen Chen
      Pages 525-532
    10. Kirk J. Brower
      Pages 533-549
    11. Jack E. James
      Pages 551-583
    12. Mireille M. Meyerhoefer
      Pages 585-602
    13. Michael F. Weaver, Sidney H. Schnoll
      Pages 603-613
  6. Behavioral Addictions and Treatment

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 615-615
    2. Iris M. Balodis, Marc N. Potenza
      Pages 617-631
    3. Jacqueline C. Carter, Caroline Davis
      Pages 633-647
    4. Joanna M. Marino, Troy W. Ertelt, James E. Mitchell, Kathy Lancaster
      Pages 649-660
    5. Kimberly R. McBride, Michael Reece, Brian Dodge
      Pages 661-676
    6. Jessica R. Grisham, Alishia D. Williams, Raja Kadib
      Pages 687-701
  7. Treatment and Application: Behavioral Treatments

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 703-703
    2. Karen S. Ingersoll, Christopher C. Wagner
      Pages 705-727
    3. J. Kim Penberthy, Jennifer A. Wartella, Michelle Vaughan
      Pages 729-750
    4. Nancy M. Petry, Danielle Barry
      Pages 751-764
    5. Carlo C. DiClemente, Meredith A. Holmgren, Daniel Rounsaville
      Pages 765-782
    6. Clayton Neighbors, M. Christina Hove, Nicholas A. Nasrallah, Megan M. Jensen
      Pages 797-818
  8. Treatment and Application: Group Treatments and Specific Settings

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 819-819
    2. Jesse B. Milby, Kimberly Crouch, Adam Perkins, Octavia Jackson
      Pages 821-846
    3. Michael F. Bierer, Richard Saitz
      Pages 847-874

About this book

Introduction

The spectrum of addiction disorders presents practitioners with numerous challenges—among them the widening gap between a growing evidence base and the translation of this knowledge into treatment outcomes. Addiction Medicine addresses this disconnect, clearly explaining the role of brain function in drug taking and other habit-forming behaviors, and applying this biobehavioral framework to the delivery of evidence-based treatment. Its state-of-the-art coverage provides clinically relevant details on not only traditional sources of addiction such as cocaine, opiates, and alcohol, but also more recently recognized substances of abuse (e.g., steroids, inhalants) as well as behavioral addictions (e.g., binge eating, compulsive gambling, hoarding). Current behavioral and medical therapies are discussed in depth, and the book’s close attention to social context gives readers an added lens for personalizing treatment.

 

An international panel of expert contributors offers the most up-to-date information on:

 

  • Diagnosis and classification.
  • Neurobiological and molecular theories of addiction
  • Behavioral concepts of addiction
  • Clinical aspects of addiction to a wide range of substances, including opiates, stimulants, sedatives, hallucinogens, alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine
  • Science-based treatment options: pharmacotherapy, pharmacogenetics, potential vaccines, brief and compliance-enhancing interventions, cognitive behavioral treatment, behavioral management, and other psychosocial interventions
  • Behavioral addictions—including compulsive eating, Internet messaging, and hypersexuality—and their treatment
  • Addiction in specific populations, including adolescents, the elderly, pregnant women, and health care professionals
  • Legal, disability, and rehabilitation issues

 

At once comprehensive and integrative, Addiction Medicine is an essential text and a practice-expanding tool for psychiatrists, health psychologists, pharmacologists, social workers, drug counselors, trainees, and general physicians/family practitioners.  

Keywords

Addiction Addiction Disorders alcoholics anonymous alcoholism drug abuse drug addiction drug-taking behavior neurobiology of drug abuse psychophysiology of addiction psychophysiology of drug abuse substance abuse

Editors and affiliations

  • Bankole A. Johnson
    • 1
  1. 1., Depts Psychiat & Neurobehav Sciences, MeUniversity of VirginiaCharlottesvilleUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-0338-9
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2011
  • Publisher Name Springer, New York, NY
  • eBook Packages Medicine
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4419-0337-2
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4419-0338-9
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