By Howard Padwa
A reference consultant that solutions the questions humans have approximately habit and addictive behaviors of every kind, together with medications, alcohol, playing, intercourse, net utilization, and more.
• contains 127 A-Z entries on significant members, innovations, legislation, agencies, and occasions within the historical past of dependancy within the United States
• 17 fundamental resource records spotlight significant principles and advancements within the background of habit within the United States
• deals feedback for extra examining for readers attracted to studying extra in regards to the issues tested within the encyclopedia
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