M E Burglass

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A crisis of categories exists in the body of knowledge associated with the phenomenon of the addictions. This crisis is characterized by (a) the absence of an accepted paradigm for integrating the knowledge in the field; (b) the consequent paucity of facts; and (c) the lack of integration between research, theory and practice. The problem of diagnosis has(More)
Substances and drugs with powerful psychotropic effects have come into common use during the past decade. Involvement with these substances can range from benign to tragic experiences. Such use may include: experimental, social or recreational use, long-term habituation, toxic reactions, medical-psychologic complications, overdose, and death. Although(More)
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