A thorough examination of nearly everything known about the prevention and treatment of alcohol problems, this volume is directed particularly at people interested in conducting research and at agencies supporting research into the phenomenon of drinking. The book essentially is two volumes in one. The first covers progress and potential in the prevention of alcohol problems, ranging from the predispositions of the individual to the temptations posed by the environment. The second contains a history and appraisal of treatment methods and their costs, including the health consequences of alcohol abuse. A concluding section describes the funding and research policy emphases believed to be necessary for various aspects of research into prevention and treatment.quasi-experimental community studies have shown that increased drunk-driving enforcement by police is associated with crash declines (Lacey et al., 1986; Voas , Rhodenizer, and Lyon, 1986; Voas and Hause, 1987). An additional finding ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Prevention and Treatment of Alcohol Problems|
|Publisher||:||National Academies - 1989-01-01|