|Statement||edited by Meyer Glantz and Roy Pickens.|
|Contributions||Glantz, Meyer D., Pickens, Roy W., American Psychological Association. Science Directorate., National Institute on Drug Abuse.|
|LC Classifications||RC563.2 .V85 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 533 p. :|
|Number of Pages||533|
|LC Control Number||91035242|
Pickens&Glantz's Vulnerability to Drug Abuse [Ralph E. Tarter, Stephen P. Titus, Roger Weiss, Martin WHiteman Charles R. Schuster, Harold C. Urschell, Brigitte. Scientific perspectives on drug abuse are changing, and Drug Abuse: Origins and Interventions provides the reader a comprehensive introduction to current ideas and research about the causes of drug abuse and its prevention and treatment. It also crystallizes the effects Pages: also be involved in the etiology of drug an attempt to understand the role of genetic factors in drug abuse, a technical review on "Biological Vulnerability to Drug Abuse" was held on June , , in Rockville, chers from the fields of alcoholism and drug abuse were invited to review the present stateFile Size: 1MB. Two main factors associated with the drug use before starting the sex work, were parents' drug use, as well as husbands' addiction. % of the respondents had confirmed their father use of the drug and % that of their father had being arrested and imprisoned before starting the sex work.
Arguably the most troublesome and problematic dimension of addiction, vulnerability to relapse persists long after detoxification, rendering addicts highly susceptible to renewed drug taking. Accordingly, elucidating the neural substrates underlying this susceptibility is a major focus of addiction research. Drug abuse affects society in many ways. In the workplace it is costly in terms of lost work time and inefficiency. Drug users are more likely than nonusers to have occupational accidents, endangering themselves and those around them. Over half of the highway deaths in the United States involve alcohol. Sometimes, the vulnerability to addiction is inherently embedded within us, and the simple exposure to drugs can start a fire before even sparking a flame. Scientists estimate that genetic factors account for between 40 and 60 percent of a person’s vulnerability to addiction. If you know that addiction runs in your family, it is extremely important to be open about it with your loved ones. Summary: This text offers insights into the complex and disturbing questions of drug abuse by examining the range of factors that affect vulnerability, focusing specifically on factors and patterns associated with the transition from drug use to drug abuse.
( views) Drug Crazy by Mike Gray - Libertary, This book is a scathing indictment of America's decades-long 'war on drugs', an expensive and hypocritical folly which has essentially benefited only two classes of people: professional anti-drug advocates and drug lords. ( views) Preventing Drug Abuse among Children and Adolescents. Sex differences in the vulnerability to drug abuse: a review of preclinical studies. Roth ME(1), Cosgrove KP, Carroll ME. Author information: (1)Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Center, McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Mill Street, Belmont, MA , USA. [email protected] by: ‘With up to 2 million problem drug users in the EU, it's high time to raise awareness of vulnerable groups, especially youth, on the risks of drug taking.’ European Commission Vice-President Jacques Barrot, September Social policy in Europe has long identified disadvantaged populations who manifest potential for social exclusion. The types of adverse events significantly associated with addiction vulnerability were parental divorce or conflict, abandonment, forced to live apart from parents, loss of child by death or removal, unfaithfulness of significant other, loss of home to natural disaster, death of a close one, emotional abuse or neglect, sexual abuse, rape, physical abuse by parent, caretaker, family member, spouse, or Cited by: