Thoroughly examines the natural history and social etiology of addictive behaviors.
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Table of ContentsContents EDITORIAL: The Natural History and Social Ecology of Addictive Behaviors
- A Strategy for the Biological Assessment of Addiction
- Diagnosis in the Addictions 1: Conceptual Problems
- Causal Factors in Onset of Adolescents’ Cigarette Smoking: A Prospective Study of Urban Black Youth
- Caffeine: A Potential Drug of Abuse
- Methadone Maintenance: Past, Present, and Future
- Implications of Models for Recovery from Alcoholism
- Controlled Opiate Use: Fact or Artifact?
- Addiction Relapse
- Addictions Paradigms Ill: From Theory-Research to Practice and Back
- SELECTIVE Guide to Current Reference Sources on Topics Discussed in This Issue