By Irving Maltzman
Alcoholism: A overview of Its features, Etiology, remedy, and Controversies presents a correct photo of the present nation of analysis and remedy effectiveness within the box of alcoholism. utilizing compelling facts, Irving Maltzman describes how the sector has been distorted by means of the habit treatment process. A amazing experimental psychologist on the collage of California, la, Professor Maltzman has written a finished, vital paintings marked by way of incisive argument. Alcoholism is a wonderful reference for lecturers in addition to pros operating in addictions remedy.
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