Controversies in the Addiction's Field
by Ruth C. Engs
Publisher: Kendall Hunt Pub. Co. 1990
The purpose of this publication was to get under one cover differing opinions concerning various controversial issues in the Addiction Field, and to discuss these differences in a scholarly manner based upon the research.
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- National Academies Press
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