Substance-related disorders create a substantial psychosocial burden of disease worldwide. They usually develop during childhood and adolescence: it is particularly difficult for young adults who start experimenting with the use of psychoactive substances to learn the boundaries between normal use and abuse. This book provides a scientifically well-founded and practically oriented overview of the clinical picture, development and diagnosis of addiction disorders and development-oriented approaches to addiction therapy and prevention. von Arnaud, Nicolas und Thomasius, Rainer
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