Drugs and Society - Vol. 1

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Drugs and Society - Vol. 1
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Foreword 3
  • Consultants and Contributors 6
  • Contents 8
  • Thematic Contents 12
  • Abstinence 16
  • Acetaldehyde 18
  • Acetorphine and Etorphine 20
  • Acetylcholine 21
  • Acupuncture 23
  • Addiction 25
  • Addictive Behavior 29
  • Adolescents and Substance Abuse 34
  • Adverse Reactions 39
  • Advertising 41
  • Agonists and Antagonists 47
  • Agriculture 49
  • Aids and HIV 53
  • Alcohol 57
  • Alcoholics Anonymous 63
  • Alcoholism 67
  • Alcoholism Treatment 73
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine (Asam) 79
  • Amobarbital 80
  • Amphetamines 81
  • Amphetamine Sulfate 83
  • Anabolic Steroids 85
  • Analogs 92
  • Ancient World 95
  • Antidepressant Drugs 98
  • Antismoking Laws 101
  • Antisocial Personality Disorder 104
  • Aphrodisiac Drugs 106
  • Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring Program (Adam) 108
  • Art 110
  • Attention Deficit Disorder 113
  • Aversion 116
  • Barbiturates 118
  • Belladonna Alkaloids 122
  • Benzodiazepines 125
  • Betel Nut 130
  • Binge Drinking 132
  • Biopsychosocial Theory of Addiction 135
  • Blood-Brain Barrier 139
  • Brain Physiology and Function 141
  • Bufotenine 148
  • Buprenorphine 149
  • Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (Atf) 150
  • Caffeine 152
  • Causes of Addiction, Biological 157
  • Causes of Addiction, Psychological and Social 161
  • Central Nervous System 166
  • Children 172
  • Chloral Hydrate 175
  • Chlorpromazine 176
  • Chocolate 177
  • Class and Drug Use 179
  • Classification of Drugs 181
  • Clinics 187
  • Clonidine 190
  • Club Drugs 191
  • Cocaethylene 193
  • Cocaine 194
  • Cocaine Addiction Treatment 198
  • Coca Leaf 200
  • Codeine 202
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy 203
  • Cognitive Impairment 206
  • Cold Turkey 208
  • College on Problems of Drug Dependence (Cpdd) 209
  • Compulsive Behaviors 210
  • Conditioning 213
  • Conduct Disorder 217
  • Consumption Rooms 219
  • Continuum of Care 221
  • Controlled Substances 224
  • Counseling 228
  • Crack Cocaine 231
  • Craving 234
  • Crime and Drugs 236
  • Cultural Attitudes 241
  • Cutting Drugs 244
  • Defense Mechanisms 246
  • Delirium Tremens 249
  • Demographics of Substance Abuse 250
  • Denial 256
  • Dependence 258
  • Depression 261
  • Designer Drugs 263
  • Detoxification 265
  • Diagnosing Substance Abuse 267
  • Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 271
  • Disability and Drugs 273
  • Disease Theory of Addiction 276
  • Disulfiram 280
  • Dmt 281
  • Dopamine 282
  • Dosage 284
  • Driving While Impaired 286
  • Drop-In Centers 289
  • Drug Abuse Resistance Education 291
  • Drug Control Policy 293
  • Drug Courts 298
  • Drug Enforcement Administration (Dea) 301
  • Resources for Further Study 305
  • Glossary 308
  • Index 314
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