1 edition of Toward prevention; scientific studies on alcohol and alcoholism. found in the catalog.
Toward prevention; scientific studies on alcohol and alcoholism.
by Published for the International Commission for the Prevention of Alcoholism by Narcotics Education, inc. in Washington
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||International Commission for the Prevention of Alcoholism.|
|LC Classifications||RC565 .T68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 300 p.|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||72187866|
Among those abusing alcohol, people who are genetically predisposed to alcoholism have a higher risk of developing an alcohol use gh people can inherit alcoholic tendencies, the development of an alcohol use disorder is . Toward this end, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism is currently sponsoring a project conducted by the Prevention Research Center, based in Berkeley, California, in two largely Hispanic, low-income neighborhoods in northern California to reduce underage alcohol access, youth drinking, and related problems.
Alcohol Research & Health, 33(1&2) celebrates the 40th anniversary of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) by reviewing the wide range of research supported by NIAAA since its creation. The articles cover the areas of genetics, neuroscience, epidemiology, health risks and benefits of alcohol consumption, prevention, treatment, and the role of NIAAA in the improvement . A study conducted by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) reviewed much of the research on alcohol use disorder and a possible genetic contribution. The study concluded that genetic factors account for percent of the variance among people who struggle with alcohol use disorder.
Grant BF, Chou SP, Saha TD, et al. Prevalence of month alcohol use, high-risk drinking, and DSM-IV Alcohol Use Disorder in the United States, to results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions. JAMA Psychiatry ;74(9) Gallavardin JP. The Homoeopathic Treatment of Alcoholism. The ABMRF describes itself as ‘a nonprofit independent research organization that provides support for scientific studies on the use and prevention of misuse of alcohol’. In the editor of the journal Alcohol and Alcoholism resigned in response to copies of a pre‐publication manuscript of a book on alcohol policy sponsored by.
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[International Commission for the Prevention of Alcoholism.;]. A Public Health Model of Alcohol-Related Problems. As outlined in Causes and Consequences of Alcohol Problems (IOM, ), the growing body of epidemiological data and the corresponding increase in understanding have led us to see that alcohol problems arise through a complex interaction of individual, interpersonal, and social factors.
It is no longer suggested that these problems stem from a. Until recently both clinical and research efforts have been geared toward treatment and rehabilitation of alcoholism. With the growing num ber of problem drinkers entering treatment, the need for a better under standing of the prevention of alcohol abuse has become increasingly evi dent.
Purchase Treatment and Prevention of Alcohol Problems - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. The effectiveness of relapse-prevention training in the treatment of alcohol problems. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Queen’s University, Canada.
Google Scholar. Deardoff, C. M., Melges, F. T., Hout, C. N., & Savage, D. Situations related to drinking alcohol: A factor analysis of questionnaire responses. Elder et al.’s (, p. ) review of 78 alcohol tax studies meeting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Community Guide inclusion criteria found “consistent evidence that higher alcohol prices and taxes are associated with reductions in both excessive alcohol consumption and related subsequent harms.
Results were robust. Research on the treatment of alcoholism has gained significant ground over the past 40 years. Studies such as the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism’s Project MATCH, which examined the prospect of tailoring treatments for particular people to better suit their needs, and Project.
Alcohol and Alcoholism invites submissions for a special issue on meta-analyses and systematic reviews. The Special Issue will feature applications of, and innovative methods for, systematic reviews and meta-analyses in the field of alcohol research.
Find out more. Hill, H. H., b, Philosophies of alcohol education, in “Toward Prevention; Scientific Studies on Alcohol and Alcoholism,” pp. –, Narcotics Education, Washington, D.C. Google Scholar Hurst, P. M.,Blood alcohol and highway crashes: A selective review of epidemiological findings.
This survey, which was conducted by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism in –, also applied DSM–IV diagnostic algorithms in a sample of 43, adults ages 18 and older. The respective prevalences of comorbid anxiety disorders and AUDs from each of these epidemiological studies are summarized in table 1.
A search of the meta-analytic literature yielded one previous review on cognitive-behavioral alcohol or illicit drug treatment. Irvin and colleagues () built on Carroll's review of relapse prevention by examining 26 experimental and quasi-experimental trials across drugs of abuse, including nicotine.
The research by Livingston and Liang and Chikritzhs goes some way toward addressing this uncertainty by dealing with two key issues in the link between alcohol availability and harm: (1) distinguishing between sales of alcohol for consumption on premises versus sale for consumption elsewhere; and (2) examining different types of harms.
NIAAA has funded the Collaborative Studies on Genetics of Alcoholism (COGA) sincewith the goal of identifying the specific genes that influence alcohol use disorder. In addition, NIAAA funds investigators’ research in this important field, and also has an in-house research emphasis on the interaction of genes and the environment.
There has been recent attention given to overcome the gulf between the treatment of alcoholism and research on alcoholism. This book is a practical step to "bridge the gap". There is a great body of useful research on alcohol and alcoholism, which has been conducted in the past 25 years.
not available. The book is a product of the multinational collaborative project on "Gender, Alcohol and Culture: an International Study" (GENACIS). GENACIS was funded by the European Commission, the U.S. National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse (NIAAA), the Swiss Office of Education and Science, the German Federal Ministry of Public.
The resulting book, Alcohol Control Policies in Public Health Perspective (Bruun et al. ), reviewed studies of clinical and nonclinical populations of heavy drinkers. All studies found that a greater proportion of heavy drinkers died of cirrhosis than would be expected based on rates of cirrhosis deaths in the general population (i.e.
Alcoholism can affect the brain and behavior in a variety of ways, and multiple factors can influence these effects. A person’s susceptibility to alcoholism–related brain damage may be associated with his or her age, gender, drinking history, and nutrition, as well. "Joe Miller has the courage to tell a raw and honest story, one that he then backs up with impeccable research and storytelling.
As our society is waking up to the incredible death toll of alcohol and alcoholism, US of AA is a vital book that delves into the history of where we are today and by doing so provides hope and foundation for the future."." –Annie Grace, author of This Naked Mind Reviews: According to the book Alcohol: Science, Policy, and Public Health, because alcohol is such a important aspect of the culture and readily available, even to individuals under the age of 21, alcohol education programs should attempt to do the following: Emphasize the legal aspects of alcohol use for individuals under the age of.
This edition of Royce's award-winning text,Alcohol Problems and Alcoholism, has been extensively updated throughout by Royce and his coauthor David Scratchley, with new chapters on drugs other than alcohol to reflect the most recent research in the field.
Introduction to Alcohol Research: Implications for Treatment, Prevention, and Policy offers an objective summary of alcohol research, the positive and negative consequences of alcohol consumption, and the causes and effective treatment of alcohol disorders. The text's unique design includes more research studies on alcohol than any other single volume, giving readers a broad Reviews: 5.Relapse prevention: Maintenance strategies in the treatment of addictive behaviors (2nd ed.).
New York: Guilford. Treating alcohol problems: Toward an informed eclecticism. In R. K. Hester & W. R. Miller (Eds.), Handbook of alcoholism treatment approaches: Effective National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. (). Alcohol.