Half Title Page.
A Note about Terminology.
1: Basic Science and Core Concepts.
2: Drug Addiction: The Neurobiology of Behavior Gone Awry.
3: The Epidemiology of Substance Use Disorders.
4: The Anatomy of Addiction.
5: From Neurobiology to Treatment: Progress against Addiction.
6: Understanding “Behavioral Addictions”: Insights from Research.
8: Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Principles.
9: The Pharmacology of Alcohol.
10: The Pharmacology of Nonalcohol Sedative Hypnotics.
11: The Pharmacology of Opioids.
12: The Pharmacology of Cocaine, Amphetamines, and Other Stimulants.
13: The Pharmacology of Caffeine.
14: The Pharmacology of Nicotine and Tobacco.
15: The Pharmacology of Marijuana.
16: The Pharmacology of Hallucinogens.
17: The Pharmacology of Dissociatives.
18: The Pharmacology of Inhalants.
19: The Pharmacology of Anabolic–androgenic Steroids.
20: Diagnosis, Assessment, and Early Intervention.
21: Screening and Brief Intervention.
22: Laboratory Diagnosis.
24: Environmental Approaches to Prevention: A Community-based Perspective.
25: Overview of Addiction Treatment.
26: Addiction Medicine in America: Its Birth and Early History (1750–1935) with a Modern Postscript.
27: Treatment of Heavy Drinking and Alcohol Use Disorder.
28: The Treatment of Drug Addiction: An Overview.
29: Moving toward Integrated Care for Substance Use Disorders: Lessons from History and the Rest of Health Care.
30: Effects of Treatment Setting, Duration, and Amount on Patient Outcomes.
31: The Asam Criteria and Matching Patients to Treatment.
32: Linking Addiction Treatment with Other Medical and Psychiatric Treatment Systems.
33: Alternative Therapies for Alcohol and Drug Addiction.
34: The Harm Reduction Approach to Prevention and Treatment.
35: Quality Improvement for Addiction Treatment.
36: Nursing Roles in Addressing Addiction.
37: International Perspectives on Addiction Management.
38: Special Issues in Addiction.
39: Nonmedical Use, Misuse, and Abuse of Prescription Medications.
40: Special Issues in Treatment: Women.
41: Treatment of Older Adults.
42: Cultural Issues in Addiction Medicine.
43: College Student Drinking.
44: Pathologic Gambling: Clinical Characteristics and Treatment.
45: Sexual Addiction.
46: Physician Health Programs and Addiction among Physicians.
47: Management of Intoxication and Withdrawal.
48: Management of Intoxication and Withdrawal: General Principles.
49: Management of Alcohol Intoxication and Withdrawal.
50: Management of Sedative-hypnotic Intoxication and Withdrawal.
51: Management of Opioid Intoxication and Withdrawal.
52: Management of Stimulant, Hallucinogen, Marijuana, Phencyclindine, and Club Drug Intoxication and Withdrawal.
53: Pharmacologic Interventions.
54: Medications for Use in Alcohol Rehabilitation.
55: Pharmacologic Intervention for Sedative–hypnotic Addiction.
56: Pharmacologic Interventions for Opioid Dependence.
57: Opioid Maintenance Treatment.
58: Special Issues in Office-Based Opioid Treatment.
59: Pharmacologic Interventions for Cocaine, Methamphetamine, and Other Stimulant Addiction.
60: Pharmacologic Interventions for Tobacco Dependence.
61: Pharmacologic Interventions for Other Drug and Multiple Drug Addictions.
62: Behavioral Interventions.
63: Enhancing Motivation to Change.
64: Group Therapies.
65: Individual Treatment.
66: Contingency Management and the Community Reinforcement Approach.
67: Behavioral Interventions in Smoking Cessation.
68: Network Therapy.
69: Therapeutic Communities.
70: Aversion Therapies.
71: Family Involvement in Addiction, Treatment, and Recovery.
72: Twelve-Step Facilitation Approaches.
73: Microprocessor Abuse and Internet Addiction.
74: Relapse Prevention: Clinical Models and Interven