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Title Alcohol and tobacco : medical and sociological aspects of use, abuse and addiction / Otto-Michael Lesch [and more].
Imprint Cham : Springer, [2020]
Edition Second edition.

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Subject Alcoholism -- Treatment.
Nicotine addiction -- Treatment.
Alcoholism -- Psychological aspects.
Nicotine addiction -- Psychological aspects.
Alcoholism -- Social aspects.
Nicotine addiction -- Social aspects.
Alcoholism -- therapy.
Alcoholism -- psychology.
Tobacco Use Disorder -- therapy.
Tobacco Use Disorder -- psychology.
Socioeconomic Factors.
Alt Name Lesch, Otto-Michael.
Walter, Henriette.
Wetschka, Christian.
Hesselbrock, Michie N.
Hesselbrock, Victor.
Pombo, Samuel.
Description 1 online resource (408 pages)
Edition Second edition.
Contents Intro -- Foreword -- Foreword -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- About the Authors -- Collaborators -- 1: Information About the Origination of This Book -- 1.1 Aims of This Book -- 1.2 Personal Reasons for the First Author Writing This Book -- References -- 2: Addiction: A Short Overview of a Widespread Disease -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Prevention -- 2.3 The Diagnosis Addiction -- 2.4 Aetiology of Addiction -- 2.5 Secondary Disorders and Addiction -- 2.6 Secondary Diseases and Brain Functions -- 2.7 Subgroups of Addictions -- 2.8 Motivation of Addicts
2.9 The Path from Motivation to Therapy -- 2.10 Addiction and Relapse -- 2.11 Specific Groups of Addicts -- 2.11.1 Co-Morbidity of Addictions -- 2.11.2 Overweight and Eating Disorders -- 2.11.3 Gender -- 2.12 Addiction and the Homeless -- 2.13 Polytoxikomania -- 2.14 Non-physical Dependency (Psychological Dependency) -- References -- 3: Aetiology of Addiction -- 3.1 The Psycho-Socio-Biological Model -- 3.2 Psychological Theories -- 3.2.1 Behavioural Approaches -- 3.2.2 Models of Depth Psychology -- 3.2.3 Depth Psychological Approach -- 3.2.4 Ego-Psychological Approaches
3.2.5 The Psychological Model of Object Relations -- 3.2.6 Theoretical Approach of Narcissism -- 3.2.7 Explanation Models According to Family Psychotherapy -- 3.3 Social Explanation Approaches -- 3.4 Biological Theories About the Aetiology of Tobacco and Alcohol Addiction -- 3.4.1 Important Findings About Tobacco and Alcohol Use from Basic Research -- 3.4.2 Aspects of Alcohol and Tobacco Metabolism -- 3.4.3 Maternal Tobacco and Alcohol Use During Pregnancy: A Risk Factor for the Offspring? -- 3.4.3.1 Smoking During Pregnancy -- 3.4.3.2 Alcohol Use During Pregnancy
3.5 Aetiological Aspects of Tobacco and Alcohol Dependence from an Epidemiological Perspective -- 3.6 Aetiology of Addiction from a Psychiatric Perspective -- References -- 4: Prevention Strategies -- 4.1 Attitudes Towards Addictive Drugs -- 4.1.1 Attitudes Towards Alcohol Consumption -- 4.1.2 Attitudes Towards Tobacco Consumption -- 4.2 Primary Prevention of Tobacco and Alcohol Addiction -- 4.3 Secondary Prevention: Early Diagnosis and Intervention -- 4.3.1 Conclusions for Secondary Prevention -- 4.3.1.1 Measures Concerning the Addictive Drug
4.3.1.2 Measures to Help Adolescents Live a Drug-Free Life -- 4.4 Tertiary Prevention (See Chap. 9) -- References -- 5: Diagnosis of Abuse and Addiction -- 5.1 Problems Concerning Psychiatric Diagnoses -- 5.2 Development of the Term "Dependence" -- 5.3 ICD-10 and DSM-IV -- 5.3.1 ICD-10 -- 5.3.1.1 Substance-Related Diagnoses in ICD-10 -- 5.3.1.2 Harmful Use (ICD-10 F10.1, F 17.1) -- 5.3.1.3 Dependence Syndrome (ICD 10 F10.2, F 17.2) -- Diagnostic Criteria -- Specifiers -- 5.3.1.4 Withdrawal State (ICD 10 F10.3) -- Diagnostic Criteria -- 5.3.2 DSM-IV
Note 5.3.2.1 DSM-IV and the Multidimensional Diagnostic in Five Axes
Summary In this book, new therapeutic approaches are comprehensively described, outlining the different interactions between personality, environment and the effects of the substance. In addition, the book provides a broad overview of the American and European epidemiology of alcohol and nicotine addictions. The book is written for all those who care for and offer professional therapy for alcohol and nicotine-addicted patients.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on May 20, 2020).
ISBN 9783030419417 electronic book
303041941X electronic book
9783030419400 print
OCLC # 1153751910
Additional Format Print version: Lesch, Otto-Michael Alcohol and Tobacco : Medical and Sociological Aspects of Use, Abuse and Addiction Cham : Springer,c2020 9783030419400.


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