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Theories on Drug Abuse: Selected Contemporary Perspectives



NIDA Research Monograph, Number 30 [Printed in 1980]

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Foreword-----xi

A Guide to the Volume-----xiii

PART I
THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES AND OVERVIEWS

Theories on One’s Relationship to Self

AN INTERACTIONAL APPROACH TO NARCOTIC ADDICTION-----4
David P. Ausubel

THE CAP CONTROL THEORY OF DRUG ABUSE-----8
Steven R. Gold

THE BAD-HABIT THEORY OF DRUG ABUSE-----12
Donald W. Goodwin

INTERACTIVE MODELS OF NONMEDICAL DRUG USE-----18
Richard L. Gorsuch

AN EXISTENTIAL THEORY OF DRUG DEPENDENCE-----24
George B. Greaves

AN EGO/SELF THEORY OF SUBSTANCE DEPENDENCE: A CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOANALYTIC PERSPECTIVE-----29
Edward J. Khantzian

A GENERAL THEORY OF ADDICTION TO OPIATE-TYPE DRUGS-----34
Alfred R. Lindesmith

THEORY OF DRUG USE-----38
Harvey Milkman and William Frosch

AN AVAILABILITY-PRONENESS THEORY OF ILLICIT DRUG ABUSE-----46
Reginald G. Smart

PERCEIVED EFFECTS OF SUBSTANCE USE: A GENERAL THEORY-----50
Gene M. Smith

A LIFE-THEME THEORY OF CHRONIC DRUG ABUSE-----59
James V. Spotts and Franklin C. Shontz

DRUG USE AS A PROTECTIVE SYSTEM-----71
Leon Wurmser

Theories on One’s Relationship to Others

PSYCHOLOGICAL, SOCIAL, AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL FACTORS IN JUVENILE DRUG USE-----76
lsidor Chein

76

INCOMPLETE MOURNING AND ADDICT/FAMILY TRANSACTIONS: A THEORY FOR UNDERSTANDING HEROIN ABUSE-----83
Sandra B. Coleman

83

THE SOCIAL DEVIANT AND INITIAL ADDICTION TO NARCOTICS AND ALCOHOL-----90
Harris E. Hill

90

FRAMEWORK FOR AN INTERACTIVE THEORY OF DRUG USE-----95
George J. Huba, Joseph A. Wingard, and Peter M. Bentler

95

A SOCIAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR STUDYING DRUG USE-----102
Richard Jessor and Shirley Jessor

TOWARD A THEORY OF DRUG SUBCULTURES-----110
Bruce D. Johnson

DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES IN ADOLESCENT DRUG INVOLVEMENT-----120
Denise B. Kandel

SELF-ESTEEM AND SELF-DEROGATION THEORY OF DRUG ABUSE-----128
Howard B. Kaplan

THE IOWA THEORY OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE AMONG HYPERACTIVE ADOLESCENTS-----132
Jan Loney

REINFORCEMENT AND THE COMBINATION OF EFFECTS: SUMMARY OF A THEORY OF OPIATE ADDICTION-----137
William E. McAuliffe and Robert A. Gordon

ADDICTION TO AN EXPERIENCE: A SOCIALPSYCHOLOGICAL-PHARMACOLOGICAL THEORY OF ADDICTION-----142
Stanton Peele

A FAMILY THEORY OF DRUG ABUSE-----147
M. Duncan Stanton

SELF-ESTEEM THEORY OF DRUG ABUSE-----157
R.A. Steffenhagen

BIOLOGICAL, PSYCHOGENIC, AND SOCIOGENIC FACTORS IN DRUG DEPENDENCE-----164
W.K. van Dijk

A THEORY OF OPIOID DEPENDENCE-----174
Abraham Wikler

Theories on One’s Relationship to Society

THE SOCIAL BASES OF DRUG-INDUCED EXPERIENCES-----180
Howard S. Becker

DRUG ABUSE AS LEARNED BEHAVIOR-----191
Calvin J. Frederick

PSYCHOSOCIAL THEORY OF DRUG ABUSE: A PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH-----195
Herbert Hendin

TOWARD A SOCIOLOGY OF DRUG USE-----201
Irving F. Lukoff

ACHIEVEMENT, ANXIETY, AND ADDICTION-----212
Rajendra K. Misra

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF DRUG ABUSE-----215
Lee N. Robins

A THEORY OF DRUG DEPENDENCE BASED ON ROLE, ACCESS TO, AND ATTITUDES TOWARD DRUGS-----225
Charles Winick

THE SOCIAL SETTING AS A CONTROL MECHANISM IN INTOXICANT USE-----236
Norman E. Zinberg

Theories on One’s Relationship to Nature

ADDICTION TO PLEASURE: A BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY OF ADDICTION-----246
Nils Bejerot

METHADONE MAINTENANCE: A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE-----256
Vincent P. Dole and Marie E. Nyswander

A CHRONOBIOLOGICAL CONTROL THEORY-----262
Mark Hochhauser

A BIOANTHROPOLOGICAL OVERVIEW OF ADDICTION-----269
Doris F. Jonas and A. David Jonas

EMERGING CONCEPTS CONCERNING DRUG ABUSE-----278
William R. Martin

SOMATOSENSORY AFFECTIONAL DEPRIVATION (SAD) THEORY OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL USE-----286
James W. Prescott

A THEORY OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE: A GENETIC APPROACH-----297
Marc A. Schuckit

OPIATE RECEPTORS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR DRUG ADDICTION-----303
Eric J. Simon

Part 2
THEORY COMPONENTS

CONTENTS--PART 2-----310

INITIATION-----313

CONTINUATION-----336

TRANSITION: USE TO ABUSE-----357

CESSATION-----378

RELAPSE-----402

REFERENCES-----421




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