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978-1-4051-1359-5 / 9781405113595

Theory Of Addiction

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Publisher:Wiley-Blackwell

Edition:Softcover

Language:English

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An understanding of addiction theory is vital to understanding addiction itself. Theory of Addiction takes theory development from a simple rational addiction model, adding elements such as compulsion, self-control and habit, to explain the big observations in the field. As well as explaining and evaluating the arguments of each of the prevailing schools of thought, the book develops a new, synthetic theory of addiction that brings together the diverse elements of current models.

Designed to enable students, practitioners and researchers to establish a starting point in the labyrinthine world of addiction theory, Theory of Addiction supports abstract thinking with concrete and realistic scenarios, underlining the centrality of theoretical understanding to working with addiction.




  • Presents a digest of major existing theories in one volume
  • Develops a new synthetic theory of addiction
  • Recognises the diversity of the experience of addiction
  • Discusses factors at the level of both the individual and populations
  • Provides key recommendations for the development of effective interventions

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