The Encyclopedia of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse by Donald Dizney Eminent Scholar Distinguished Professor and Chair of Psychiatry Mark S, MD (College of Medicine, Chairman,  Gold
  

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The Encyclopedia of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse by Donald Dizney Eminent Scholar Distinguished Professor and Chair of Psychiatry Mark S, MD (College of Medicine, Chairman, Gold

The Encyclopedia of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse examines the history of alcohol and alcoholism, providing detailed information about alcohol abuse and dependence. It explains the process by which alcohol dependence emerges, contributing factors, how to recognize alcohol dependence, what treatments are available, and the health impact if it is left untreated. Topics covered include the environmental and genetic factors for alcoholism, psychiatric illnesses associated with it, and the various social issues connected to alcohol use, ranging from lost work days to domestic violence. Appendixes include directories of national agencies and organizations, state agencies and organizations, child protective service agencies, mental health agencies, and statistics on alcohol use and abuse.

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Format

Hardback
736 pages

Author

Donald Dizney Eminent Scholar Distinguished Professor and Chair of Psychiatry Mark S, MD (College of Medicine, Chairman, Gold
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Publisher

Facts On File Inc

Publication date

15th July 2010

ISBN

9780816077090


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