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Evidence resource

National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. [CASA, Columbia University] (2012) Addiction medicine: closing the gap between science and practice. New York: Columbia University.The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse. 586 p.

Book

Adams, Peter J (2008) Fragmented intimacy: addiction in a social world. New York: Springer .

Volpicelli, Joseph R and Pettinati, Helen M and McLellan, A Thomas and O'Brien, Charles P (2001) Combining medication and psychosocial treatments for addictions : the BRENDA approach. New York: Guilford .

Goodwin, Donald W (2000) Alcoholism: the facts. Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Elster, Jon and Skog, Ole-Jorgen, eds. (1999) Getting hooked: rationality and addiction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press .

Ladewig, Dieter, ed. (1999) Basic and clinical science of substance related disorders. Bibliotheca Psychiatrica no. 168 Basel: Karger .

Muisener, Philip P (1994) Understanding and treating adolescent substance abuse. Sage Sourcebook for the Human Services Series; V. Thousand Oaks Ca.: Sage .

Fingarette, Herbert (1988) Heavy drinking: the myth of alcoholism as a disease. Berkeley: University of California Press .

Thesis

O'Shea, James Joseph (1999) The web of addiction: an exploration of the complex physiological, psychological, social and political forces involved in the development of addictive behaviours. Masters thesis, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

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