Its History, Pharmacology, and Treatment
Softcover, 384 pp.
Mark Edmund Rose, M.A.
Cheryl J. Cherpitel, Dr.P.H.
In this definitive guide about alcohol, authors Mark Rose and Cheryl Cherpitel examine the nature and extent of alcohol use in the United States, current treatment models and demographics, and the biology of alcohol, addiction, and treatment.
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The definitive guide about the effects of alcohol on people, families, communities, and society.
Throughout history, and across cultures, alcohol has affected the fabric of society through abuse and addiction, contributed to violence and accidents, and caused injuries and health issues. In Alcohol: Its History, Pharmacology, and Treatment, Mark Rose and Cheryl Cherpitel examine the nature and extent of alcohol use in the United States, current treatment models and demographics, and the biology of alcohol, addiction, and treatment.
In separating fact from fiction, Rose and Cherpitel give context for understanding the alcohol problem by tracing its history and different uses over time, then offer an in-depth look at
Thoroughly researched and highly readable, Alcohol offers a comprehensive understanding of medical, social, and political issues concerning this legal, yet potentially dangerous, drug.
- the latest scientific findings on alcohol's effects on individuals
- the myths and realities of alcohol's impact on the mind
- the societal impacts of alcohol abuse as a factor in violence and accidents
- the pharmacology of pharmaceutical treatments for alcoholism
- the history of treatment and current therapeutic treatment models
About the authors:
Cheryl J. Cherpitel, Dr.P.H., is associate director of the National Alcohol Research Center, a senior scientist at Alcohol Research Group (ARG), and an adjunct professor at the University of California at Berkeley’s School of Public Health.
Mark Edmund Rose, M.A., is a licensed psychologist, researcher, and professional freelance writer specializing in medical and addiction issues.
Written for professionals and serious lay readers by nationally recognized experts, the books in the Library of Addictive Drugs Series feature in-depth, comprehensive, and up-to-date information on the most commonly abused mood-altering substances.
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Published Year: 2011