|Titre :||Adolescent addiction. Epidemiology, assessment, and treatment|
|Auteurs :||ESSAU C. A.|
|Type de document :||Livre|
|Editeur :||London : Academic Press - Elsevier, 2008|
|Collection :||Practical resources for the mental health professional series|
|Format :||332 p. / index.|
|Note générale :||London, Academic Press - Elsevier, 2008, (Practical resources for the mental health professional series), 332 p.|
|Discipline :||EPI (Epidémiologie / Epidemiology)|
Thésaurus TOXIBASEADOLESCENT ; ADDICTION ; ALCOOL ; TABAC ; CANNABIS ; DEPENDANCE ; COMPORTEMENT ALIMENTAIRE ; EPIDEMIOLOGIE ; COMORBIDITE ; NEUROBIOLOGIE ; DIAGNOSTIC ; CLASSIFICATION ; JEU PATHOLOGIQUE ; JEU D'ARGENT ET DE HASARD ; INTERNET
|Résumé :||Adolescent Addiction: Epidemiology, Assessment, and Treatment presents a comprehensive review of information on adolescent addiction, including prevalence and co-morbidity rates, risk factors to addiction, and prevention and treatment strategies. Unlike other books that may focus on one specific addiction, this book covers a wide range of addictions in adolescents, including alcohol, cannabis, tobacco, eating, gambling, internet and video games, and sex addiction. Organized into three sections, the book begins with the classification and assessment of adolescent addiction. Section two has one chapter each on the aforementioned addictions, discussing for each the definition, epidemiology, risk factors, co-morbidity, course and outcome, and prevention and intervention. Section three discusses the assessment and treatment of co-morbid conditions in greater detail as well as the social and political implications of adolescent addictions. Intended to be of practical use to clinicians treating adolescent addiction, the book contains a wealth of information that will be of use to the researcher as well. Contributors to the book represent the US, Canada, the UK, New Zealand, and Australia. (Editor' s abstract)|
|Note de contenu :||
• Part I. General issues:
Chapter 1. Foundations of addictive problems: developmental, social and neurobiological factors (M. Preyde, G. Adams).
Chapter 2. Classification and assessment of substance use disorders in adolescents (T.A. Ridenour, B.C. Bray, H.S. Scott, L.B. Cottler).
• Part II. Specific adolescent addiction:
Chapter 3. Alcohol use, abuse and dependence (C.A. Essau, D. Hutchinson).
Chapter 4. Cannabis abuse and dependence (W. Hall, L. Degenhardt, G. Patton).
Chapter 5. Tobacco use and dependence (J.S. Brook, K. Pahl, D.W. Brook).
Chapter 6. Eating addiction (D.H. Gleaves, J.D. Carter).
Chapter 7. Gambling practices among youth: etiology, prevention and treatment (R. Gupta, J.L. Derevensky).
Chapter 8. Internet and video-game addiction (M. Griffiths).
Chapter 9. Teen sexual addiction (S. Sussman).
• Part III. Epilogue:
Chapter 10. Comorbidity of addictive problems: assessment and treatment implications (C.A. Essau).
Chapter 11. Social and political implications (P. McArdle).
|Domaine :||Plusieurs produits / Several products|
|Affiliation :||School of Human and Life Sciences, Roehampton University, Whitelands College, London Royaume-Uni. United Kingdom.|
|Centre Emetteur :||13 OFDT|