• Title: Addictions: Personal Influences And Scientific Movements
  • Author: Griffith Edwards
  • ISBN: 9780887383434
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Addictions Personal Influences And Scientific Movements Through the medium of interview transcripts this book offers contact with the experience thinking and values of men and women who have taken varieties of highly important leadership roles in shap
    Through the medium of interview transcripts, this book offers contact with the experience, thinking and values of 27 men and women who have taken varieties of highly important leadership roles in shaping national and international scientific and policy responses to alcohol and drug problems.

    One Reply to “Addictions: Personal Influences And Scientific Movements”

    1. I was looking for some historical perspectives from this series of interviews (republished from the British Journal of Addiction), bearing in mind that till the 80s cocaine wasn’t considered addictive. Most of the interviewees studied alcohol and alcoholics (aka alcohol abusers, problem drinkers…), which isn’t surprising, since this journal was originally the Journal of Inebriety. Some of them argue for a role of the old UK system of prescribing heroin to addicts, and for the possibility o [...]

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