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Drug And Alcohol Abuse


Word Count: 602Approx Pages: 2Has Bibliography

Many people often view the terms drug abuse and drug addiction as being the same. ... As put by the book, Psychology in Action, drug abuse generally refers to the consumption of a drug, which will harm an individual"s mind and body. ... Drug addiction, which is frequently misconstrued with drug abuse, possesses a completely different meani...

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Addiction vs Habit


Word Count: 1349Approx Pages: 5

Likewise professional people in fields such as medicine, psychiatry and psychology define addiction in terms that are appropriate to their areas of concern. ... For example, people refer to "œdrug habits" and to "œaddictions to food, gambling, work" and even "œrunning and skiing". In order to clarify the distinction bet...

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My Internship Reflection: Working with Addicts


Word Count: 4365Approx Pages: 17Has Bibliography

ABSTRACT The start of a drug addiction is different for everyone and no two people begin the crippling descent the same. ... This paper refers to addicts and encompasses many types of mind and body altering drugs in our society today drug addiction is an issue that has affected our society in astronomical levels. Drug addiction most often manifests ...

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Substance Abuse


Word Count: 596Approx Pages: 2

When 'a little harmless experimentation' becomes addiction, parents, teachers, and clinicians are often at a loss. ... Pre-marital sex and pregnancy, alcohol abuse, and drug addiction have always been around but they have never been more available to adolescents than they are now. ... The problem of drug and alcohol is a major ...

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Drug Decriminilization


Word Count: 5143Approx Pages: 21Has Bibliography

/Texas Decriminalize Drug Use? ... Furthermore, once the users have been imprisoned they do not receive the tools or treatment needed to overcome drug addiction, and they come out of prison worse off. ... The widespread use of these drugs led to mass addiction, and the U.S. responded by passing the Opium Exclusion Act (1904), ...

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Psychology


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Psychology is the scientific study of human and animal behavior. ... My first issue is about drugs. ... These drugs can hurt you and those who surround you. ... Tobacco is another drug which I think should be illegal. ... Other messages in pornography are drug addiction, prostitution, exhibitionism and voyeurism are branded in the minds of children as no...

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Co-Occurring Disorders - Mental Health and Substance Abuse


Word Count: 1884Approx Pages: 8

Substance Abuse Providers' Association, Inc. and Westfield State University Addiction Counselor Education Program Alumni Association. This seminar was what helped me make up my mind to become an Addiction Counselor. ... Research also suggests that individuals who have a mental illness are more likely to struggle with addiction, and those who struggle with addiction...

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Career as Alcohol or Substance Abuse Counselor


Word Count: 2624Approx Pages: 10Has Bibliography

Career as Alcohol or Substance Abuse Counselor: A Job for Undergraduates An Entry Level Position A career as an alcohol and substance abuse counselor would be a good choice for a psychology major with an undergraduate degree for a variety of reasons. First, a counseling position relies on the use of many of the skills developed over the&#...

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The overprescription of ritalin


Word Count: 1599Approx Pages: 6Has Bibliography

Roots: Psychology "œThe Over Prescription of Methylphenidate (Ritalin) in Today"s Society" It"s been said that nearly one out of every thirty Americans between the ages of five and 19 has a prescription to Ritalin (Rowland 2003). ... By constantly giving our already substance addiction susceptible children Ritalin at ages as&#...

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War On Drugs


Word Count: 1948Approx Pages: 8Has Bibliography

The government tells us that we are busy fighting a war on drugs and so it gives us various iconic models to despise and detest : we learn to stereotype inner-city minorities as being of drug-infested wastelands and we learn to "witchhunt" drug users within our own communities under the belief that they represent moral sin and pure evil...

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Alcoholism article reaction and summary


Word Count: 878Approx Pages: 4Has Bibliography

And the risks make some physicians reluctant to prescribe the drug even to otherwise healthy alcoholic patients. ... Naltrexone, also known as ReVia, was approved by the FDA in 1995 as a treatment for alcoholism after many years of use in treating heroin overdoses and heroin addiction. ... Alcoholism, like all drug addictions, is a complicated disorder,&...

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Energy Drinks and Comorbid Bipolar Disorder


Word Count: 622Approx Pages: 2Has Bibliography

The patients were not to partake in energy drink consumption and illegal drug use. ... It is said that high levels of caffeine can mitigate how well bipolar drugs will work for the patient. After release from the rehab center, two of the three patients stayed abstinent from energy drink, drug use and maintained mental stability. ... We cannot&#...

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Workaholism


Word Count: 3657Approx Pages: 15Has Bibliography

A Case of Market Culture: Workaholism There is an addiction that is prevalent in our society and of rising concern. ... It is not a traditional type of addiction, and one that still isn"t fully understood. ... The individual psychology of a person should be evaluated, because it is not society as a whole that holds the beliefs of a ...

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D.A.R.E.


Word Count: 3244Approx Pages: 13Has Bibliography

DARE Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) is a program designed to discourage drug use and violence among school age children. ... His son was addicted to drugs and in frequent trouble with the law (Lundman 2001). ... DARE curriculum was also anchored in the belief that children can be taught about drugs and given concrete skills on ...

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What causes crime


Word Count: 3709Approx Pages: 15Has Bibliography

This started a heated debate within the field of psychology, though no difference between those men with the extra Y chromosome was found in association to arrests for violent crime (Brennan, et al, 1995). ...

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Aids and the Media


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(Archives of General Psychology) On the other side of this we have the psychological aspects of what happens to AIDS patients when they combine illicit drugs with the disease and a lot of other factors are present. ... The prevalence of psychiatric disorders, drug use, and drug dependence among people receiving care for HIV disease in the ...

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Homeless


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Joshua Burger Psychology Homeless Argument Final Draft U.S. ... Other reasons for homelessness can include lack of affordable health care, mental illness, drug addiction, and domestic violence. ...

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Teratology and Hazards to Prenatal Development


Word Count: 1416Approx Pages: 6Has Bibliography

Problems are more likely to develop in three types of women: those who have medical problems; those who use prescription drugs, alcohol, or illicit drugs; and women who are exposed to harmful substances while pregnant. ... While doctors say most drugs are safe during pregnancy, optimal results will stem from little to no use of medications...

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lung cancer


Word Count: 570Approx Pages: 2

· Physical addiction to nicotine and withdrawal symptoms (such as irritability, anxiety, insomnia, jitteriness, increased heart rate, and strong cravings) when the tobacco use is reduced or stopped... · Psychological addiction to tobacco products · Gum disease and staining of teeth · Eye, nose and thr...

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Consciousness


Word Count: 3290Approx Pages: 13Has Bibliography

Consciousness and Control · Nature of consciousness · Degrees of consciousness · Modes of consciousness · Natural state of consciousness o Sleep o Dream · Altered state of consciousness o Meditation o Hypnosis · Psychoactive Drugs B. ... Wundt was the first to state that the task of psycholog...

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The Doors of Perception


Word Count: 543Approx Pages: 2Has Bibliography

During his stay at FSU he took two classes on the Psychology of Crowds and the Philosophies of Protest that would later aid him in his respective profession. ... While in California, he began writing poetry and delving into drug use at Venice Beach on the weekends. ... From 1965 until 1970, his band"s fame increased as did his addicti...

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Animal Research


Word Count: 1299Approx Pages: 5Has Bibliography

Animals are sought for all types of research, from that on aging, anxiety, drug, addiction, side effects, withdrawal to self mutilation, vitamin defiency disorders and many more. ... Ethics are an important part of the understanding of the science of psychology. ... It is a known fact that animals don"t have the same reaction to drugs as ...

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Lung Cancer


Word Count: 700Approx Pages: 3Has Bibliography

· Physical addiction to nicotine and withdrawal symptoms (such as irritability, anxiety, insomnia, jitteriness, increased heart rate, and strong cravings) when the tobacco use is reduced or stopped... · Psychological addiction to tobacco products · Gum disease and staining of teeth · Eye, nose and thr...

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Personality


Word Count: 1401Approx Pages: 6

Personality Psychology covers a huge field and one interesting aspect of it is personality. ... Behavior-therapy techniques have been applied with some success to such disturbances as enuresis (bed-wetting), tics, phobias, stuttering, obsessive-compulsive behavior, drug addiction, neurotic behaviors of normal persons, and some psychotic conditions. ...

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Counseling: Case Study


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The history of this center dates back to 1981 when the founders had a vision that they would find an economical way to support those with addictions. ... One could conclude that such agencies represent an alternative to traditional models that found little to no rehabilitation or treatment taking place for those convicted of a drug related crime. ... Unfortunate...

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