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Alcoholism:
The Science Made Easy


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

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 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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Practitioners and others can view individual ASME articles online by clicking the article titles listed to the right, or by searching specific topics with the keyword search.

 

Research Society on Alcoholism LogoAddiction Science Made Easy (ASME) Online Articles


Taken from the Research Society on Alcoholism's 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," or "HIV". The lastest ASME articles are featured every month in the ATTC Network e-publication, Eye on the Field.

*NEW* To learn even more about the cutting edge research that is making a difference in our lives, check out the profiles in our new "Meet the Researcher" series.

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June

Alcohol Dependence and Executive Control Deficits

Hedonistic Motives may Drive People to Mix Alcohol with Energy Drinks

Immigration at a Young Age may Increase Risk for Alcohol and Drug Problem

How Movies may Make You Drink More


May

Chronic Smoking can Diminish Balance

Health Effects of Energy Drinks in Combination with Alcohol

Crafty Alcohol Advertising Directed at Adolescents through Music and Branding


April

The More Available Alcohol Is, The More Likely People Will Drink Heavily

Blurred Lines? Sexual Aggression and Barroom Culture

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