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" The important thing in science is not so much to obtain new facts as to discover new ways of thinking about them " Sir William Bragg (1862–1942) 1 It is common for clinicians, researchers, and public pol-icymakers to describe certain drugs or objects (e.g., games of chance) as " addictive, " tacitly implying that the cause of addiction resides in the(More)
Background: This article reports the first national assessment of patterns of drinking and gambling-related rulemaking on college campuses (e.g., punitive versus recovery oriented). Analyses relating school policies to known school rates of drinking or gambling identified potentially influential policies. These results can inform and encourage the(More)
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