Excessive Appetites: A Psychological View of Addictions

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Subject Index
1834 Select Committee 16
1868 Pharmacy Act 62
1872 Select Committee 16
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act 64
1915 Central Control Board 19
1949–1951 Royal Commission on Betting, Lotteries and Gaming 55
1951 Royal Commission on Betting, Lotteries and Gaming 38
1960 Betting and Gaming Act 53
1964 Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act 53
1968 Gaming Act 53, 55, 57
1976–1978 Royal Commission on Gambling 55
1993 National Lottery Act 57
AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) 17, 19, 233, 251, 287–288, 306–307, 309, 312, 326, 328–330, 332–333, 335
AAS (Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids) 91
Aboriginal people, see Australia
Abuse 91
Addiction 1–2, 60, 62–63, 85, 91, 93, 95–96, 108–109, 111, 114, 119–127, 134, 180
binge eating 104
bio-cognitive-behavioural model 183
chocolate 98–99
cocaine 76, 79
definition, tobacco 68
degrees of 5–6
developmental theory 208
ecstasy 89
exercise, excessive 109
gambling 46
Internet 6
Netaholics Anonymous and Webaholics Anonymous 7
joy riding 6
overeating 93, 95–96, 108
proneness 182
sexual behaviour 114, 119–128, 134, 267
shoplifting 6
smoking 70
tobacco 68
Addiction Research Center Inventory 163
Adolescence, see Young people
Aggression 75, 174
AIDS 122
Alcohol
Association of Police Officers 23
bibliotherapy 289
cancer 22
cirrhosis 22
community agencies 30
comparison of ethnic groups 199
daru 257
definition of excess 28–34
bi-axial concept 32
community agencies 30
dependence syndrome 31
ICD (International Classification of Diseases' 32
India 32
Japan 34
LDQ (Leeds Dependence Questionnaire) 29, 31
Nigeria 32
OPCS (Office of Population Censuses and Surveys) 29, 31
Rumania 33

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