Recent Developments in Alcoholism: Volume 13: Alcohol and Violence - Epidemiology, Neurobiology, Psychology, Family Issues / Edition 1by Marc Galanter
Pub. Date: 01/31/1997
Publisher: Springer US
From the President of the Research Society on Alcoholism On behalf of the Research Society on Alcoholism, I am pleased to introduce this thirteenth volume of Recent Developments in Alcoholism about alcohol and violence. Current concepts are presented in well-organized sections that - cus on epidemiology, neurobiology, psychology, and family issues. It is - coming… See more details below
From the President of the Research Society on Alcoholism On behalf of the Research Society on Alcoholism, I am pleased to introduce this thirteenth volume of Recent Developments in Alcoholism about alcohol and violence. Current concepts are presented in well-organized sections that - cus on epidemiology, neurobiology, psychology, and family issues. It is - coming increasingly clear that age, gender, socioeconomic circumstances, and genetics affect aggressive behavior and vulnerability to alcoholism. This v- ume contains up-to-date discussions of these issues. Indeed, the information presented here will help all alcohol researchers to identify biological and social factors that contribute to the comorbidity of alcoholism and aggression. The editors and associate editors should be congratulated for bringing toge- er such important information. This volume will be a valuable resource for investigators and therapists alike. Ivan Diamond M. D. , Ph. D. President, Research Society on Alcoholism From the President of the American Society of Addiction Medicine The American Society of Addiction Medicine is honored to continue its - sponsorship with the Research Society on Alcoholism of Recent Developmen ts in Alcoholism. The topic of alcohol and violence is a particularly timely one, given the growing number of studies that are examining the relationship between the two. These studies are consistent with the hypothesis that al- hol can increase aggression and contribute to both domestic and criminal violence. Intoxicating blood levels of alcohol have been found to be especially prevalent in those injured in fights and assaults.
Table of ContentsEpidemiology. Epidemiological Issues in Alcohol-Related Violence; J. Roizen. The Relationship of Alcohol to Injury in Assault Cases; S.E. Martin, R. Bachman. Alcohol and Spouse Abuse: Ethnic Differences; G.K. Kantor. Longitudinal Perspectives on Alcohol Use and Aggression During Adolescence; H.R. White. Alcohol and Violence-Related Injuries in the Emergency Room; C.J. Cherpitel. Neurobiology. Emerging Themes in Preclinical Research on Alcohol and Aggression; E. Yudko, et al. Alcohol, GABAA-benzodiazepine Receptor Complex and Aggression; K.A. Miczek, et al. Serotonin in Early-Onset Alcoholism; M. Virkkunen, M. Linnoila. Psychology. Effects of Alcohol on Human Aggression: Validity of Proposed Explanations; B.J. Bushman. Is There a Causal Relationship between Alcohol and Violence: A Synthesis of Evidence; M.W. Lipsey, et al. Family Issues. When Women Are Under the Influence: Does Drinking Or Drug Use by Women Provoke Beatings by Men?; G.K. Kantor, N. Asdigian. How Far Have We Come? A Critical Review of the Research on Men Who Batter W.V. Lee, S.P. Weinstein. 4 Additional Articles. Index.
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