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The Science Made Easy

A new publication from the ATTC National Office and the Research Society on Alcoholism designed for trainers and educators.

The newly released Alcoholism: The Science Made Easy highlights current findings in the field of alcoholism, and presents science-based information in a concise, easy-to-understand format. The result of a partnership between the ATTC National Office, the Research Society on Alcoholism and the journal, Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, this new book is a compilation of science-based articles for educators, trainers and clinical supervisors to use in educational settings. Information from the publication can be used to create handouts, presentations and trainings on topics related to alcohol.

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ASME Online Articles

Taken from the journal, Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, these cutting-edge research articles are read and interpreted by a science writer, and then rewritten in lay terms. Follow the links to access the articles or enter a keyword to narrow your search for articles containing information on a particular topic, such as "adolescents," "other drugs," "women," "HIV," etc..
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June Articles

Alcohol use during pregnancy leads to greater risk of extreme preterm delivery

Both Alcohol and Neighborhood Characteristics can affect Intimate Partner Violence

Binge Drinking Leads to Neurocognitive Deficits among College Students

The Appetite-Regulating Peptide Leptin Influences Alcohol Craving for Some Alcoholics

May Articles

Alcoholics should avoid excessive physical and psychological stress during early abstinence

Female alcoholics can develop cognitive problems more rapidly than male alcoholics

Spousal choices can influence the risk of developing alcoholism

When are minimum-legal-drinking-age and beer-tax policies the most effective?

April Articles

Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at risk for alcohol problems

Sequence variation in the alpha synuclein gene contributes to alcohol craving

Most first-time offenders for driving while intoxicated need help for more than just alcohol

March Articles

Eye movement tasks can be used to assess fetal alcohol spectrum disorders

Greater deficits in emotional facial expression can indicate more severe alcoholism

Report from Sweden: Alcohol interventions that teach practical skills work best with high-risk university students

Stress and alcohol cues appear to target the brain differently to produce craving

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