Lesson 4: Addiction And Relationships - Slide 41
Where Can You Find The Original Research?
- References for this presentation:
- Pg. 39, G.A. Marlatt, “Relapse Prevention: Theoretical Rationale and Overview of the Model,” in Marlatt and Gordon, eds., Relapse Prevention,
- Pg. 77, 277-278, 322-323, 353-354, “The Truth About Addictions and Recovery,” Stanton Peele, Ph.D. & Archie Brodsky, Simon & Schuster (publisher) New York, 1991
- Pg. 45, “Treating Alcohol Dependence, A Coping Skills Training Guide, Second Edition” Monti, Peter, Kadden, Ronald M., Rohsenow, Demaris J., Cooney, Ned L., Abrams, David B., The Guilford Press, New York, 2002.
- Pg. 54-56, “The Truth About Addictions and Recovery,” Stanton Peele, Ph.D. & Archie Brodsky, Simon & Schuster (publisher) New York, 1991
- Pg. 177-178, 180, “The Heart of Addiction,” Lance Dodes, M.D., HarperCollins Publishers, 2002
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