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Book Reviews

Handbook of Clinical Alcoholism Treatment

Justin J. Trevino, MD

Published: December 15, 2004

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The introductory material of this handbook indicates its aims: (1) to be a comprehensive review of the factors underlying the development of alcoholism; (2) to present current developments in the areas of diagnosis, assessment, and intervention for alcohol use disorders; and (3) to highlight issues specific to different treatment settings and special populations. The handbook is intended for use by specialists in all medical disciplines who provide treatment to patients with alcohol use disorders.

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Volume: 65

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