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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments  
1. Psychology of Alcohol and Other Drugs
Focus and Goals of This Book  
History of Drugs in America  
Origins of Licit Drugs  
Origins of Illicit Drugs  
Some Central Questions  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
2. Theories of Alcohol and Other Drug Use
A “Layperson” Theory  
Psychological Theories  
Mediators, Moderators, and Direct Causes  
Theories of Smoking  
Theory of Caffeine Use  
Illicit Drug Theory  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
3. Alcohol and Other Drugs: Use, Abuse, and Dependence
Defining Use  
Methods Of Measuring Use  
Use, Abuse, and Dependence  
Major Conceptions of Alcohol Use Disorders  
Criteria of Abuse and Dependence  
Assessment of DSM-IV Disorders  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
4. The Extent of Alcohol and Other Drug Use
The Epidemiological Approach  
National Surveys of Alcohol and Other Drug Use  
Stability of Alcohol Use Patterns  
Abuse and Dependency Rates  
Comorbidity of Alcohol and Illicit Drugs  
Other Sources of Data  
The Ethnographic Approach  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
5. Neurobiology of Alcohol and Other Drug Use
What Happens After Drugs Are Taken?  
How Drugs Affect the Nervous System  
How Neurons Communicate  
How Alcohol and Other Drugs Affect Neurotransmission  
Changes in Neurophysiology With Prolonged Drug Use  
Neuroadaptational Models  
Physical Effects of Drugs  
A Safe Level of Alcohol Use?  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
6. Heredity and Environment: Alcohol and Other Drug Use
Molecular Genetics  
Indirect Evidence of Hereditary Influences on Alcoholism  
Direct Evidence of Hereditary Influences on Alcoholism  
Family Environment Influences  
Integrative Models of Heredity and Environment  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
7. Basic Psychological Processes
Methodological Issues  
Mood and Emotion  
Emotional Regulation and Drinking  
Sensory Motor Activity  
Cognition  
Structural Neuropsychological Explanations  
Process Neuropsychological Explanations  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
8. Interpersonal Processes
Aggression  
Moderators of the Alcohol-Aggression Relationship  
A Moderator Variable Model  
Sexual Activity  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
9. Family Processes
Alcohol and Marital Status  
Effects of Parental Alcohol Use Disorders on Children  
Alcoholic Family Interactions  
Adult Children of Alcoholics  
Codependency  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
10. Age and Alcohol and Other Drugs
Adolescents  
College Students  
Young Adults  
Older Populations  
Age, Cohort, and Period Effects  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
11. Gender Differences In Alcohol and Other Drug Use
Methodological and Conceptual Issues  
Gender and Prevalence of Alcohol Use  
Gender Correlates of Alcohol and Other Drug Use  
Gender and Alcoholism Treatment  
Theories of Gender Differences in Alcohol and Other Drug Use  
Smoking and Gender  
Gender and Other Drug Use  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
12. Minority Groups: Alcohol and Other Drug Use
Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups and Alcohol  
Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups and Smoking  
Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups and Illicit Drugs  
Influence of Acculturation on Alcohol and Other Drug Use  
Sexual Minority Groups and Alcohol  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
13. Recovering From Alcohol and Other Drug Dependencies
Motivating Change  
Methods of Recovery  
Alcoholics Anonymous and Related Mutual Help Groups  
Behavioral Model  
Self-Help Treatment for the Family of Alcoholics  
Natural Recovery  
Stimulus/Response  
14. Treatment of Alcohol and Other Drug Dependencies
Typical 28-Day Inpatient Treatment  
Size of the Treatment Population  
Reasons for Not Seeking Treatment  
Psychotherapy  
Behavioral Approaches  
Family Therapy  
Brief Intervention Therapy  
Early Detection and Screening  
Pharmacological Approaches  
Combining Behavioral and Pharmacological Treatment  
Evaluation of Treatment Programs  
Determining How Effective Therapies Work  
Matching Patients and Treatments  
Alcoholics With Dual Diagnoses  
Other Drugs: Treatment of Abuse and Dependency  
Smoking Treatments  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
15. Relapse After Treatment of Alcohol and Other Drug Disorders
Defining Relapse  
Craving and Relapse  
A Dynamic Model of Relapse  
Successful Lapse Resistance  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
16. Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Problems
Social Policy and Drugs  
The Public Health Model  
Primary Prevention  
Secondary Prevention  
Harm Reduction Approach  
Promoting Social Change  
A Tale of Two Drugs  
The Future of Prevention  
Summary  
Stimulus/Response  
Glossary
References
Index
About the Author