Addictions: A Social Psychological Perspective (Frontiers of by Catalina E. Kopetz,Carl W. Lejuez

By Catalina E. Kopetz,Carl W. Lejuez

The present quantity brings jointly social mental theories and ideas and discusses their relevance to realizing substance use and dependancy. It identifies convergence issues among conventional views on habit and social mental thought and learn. This coexistence, which recognizes the worth of the conceptual and methodological developments in every one correct box and makes an attempt to combine them, promotes clinical realizing and a more suitable prevention and therapy of addiction.

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