Recent Developments in Alcoholism

Volume 2

  • Marc Galanter
  • Henri Begleiter
  • Richard Deitrich
  • Donald Goodwin
  • Edward Gottheil
  • Alfonso Paredes
  • Marcus Rothschild
  • David Van Theil

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Experimental Social and Learning Models of Drinking

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-4
    2. Christine L. Melchior, Boris Tabakoff
      Pages 5-16
    3. Gaylord D. Ellison, Allen D. Potthoff
      Pages 17-36
    4. Alfonso Paredes, Carolyn Jenuine Hopper
      Pages 37-57
    5. Jack Sherman, Kenneth W. Rusiniak, John Garcia
      Pages 59-79
    6. Frank A. Holloway, O. H. Rundell, Pamela S. Kegg, Dick Gregory, Thomas Stanitis
      Pages 81-90
  3. Alcohol and the Liver

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 91-101
    2. Ronald G. Thurman, Sungchul Ji, John J. Lemasters
      Pages 103-117
    3. Yedy Israel, Hector Orrego
      Pages 119-133
    4. Dean J. Tuma, Michael F. Sorrell
      Pages 159-180
  4. Aging and Alcoholism

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 195-201
    2. Christopher Ryan, Nelson Butters
      Pages 223-250
    3. Richard L. Douglass
      Pages 251-266
    4. John W. Finney, Rudolf H. Moos
      Pages 267-288
    5. Joseph Westermeyer
      Pages 289-299
  5. Contributions from Anthropology to the Study of Alcoholism

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 301-309
    2. Thomas W. Hill
      Pages 313-337
    3. Joan Ablon
      Pages 383-395
    4. Jack O. Waddell
      Pages 397-404
    5. Dwight B. Heath
      Pages 405-415
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 417-427

About this book


From the President of the Research Society on Alcoholism The field of alcohol research has been slowly but continuously evolving, taking into its domain an ever-increasing array of scientific disciplines. This senes is designed to fill the need for ,a review publication that covers the broad range of research into alcohol actions and alcoholism. Research in alcohol concerns social, epidemiological, and legal concerns in addition to biomedical and behavioral topics to greater degree than research with many other drugs. A publication devoted to alcohol research should serve the broadest existing research community, but perhaps more important, it should also provide a means to recruit new investigators with fresh approaches to the field. We can and must demonstrate that legitimate, high-quality research is being done, but we must also highlight the opportunity for new workers to make a real impact on the problem. The Research Society on Alcoholism seeks to provide such a service not only through this publication but also through other ac­ tivities. Richard A. Deitrich, Ph.D.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Marc Galanter
    • 1
  • Henri Begleiter
  • Richard Deitrich
  • Donald Goodwin
  • Edward Gottheil
  • Alfonso Paredes
  • Marcus Rothschild
  • David Van Theil
  1. 1.Albert Einstein College of MedicineBronxUSA

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