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Psyc220 chapter10parti fall2012


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Psyc220 chapter10parti fall2012

  1. 1. Cessation (or Autonomic hyperactivity (e.g., sweating or pulse rate greater than 100)reduction in)alcohol use that Increased hand temorhas been heavyor prolonged, with Insomniatwo or more of the Nausea or vomitingfollowingdeveloping within Transient visual, tactile or auditory hallucinationsseveral hours to a Psychomotor agitationfew days: Anxiety Grand mal seizures
  2. 2. Some Additional With physiological dependenceSpecifiers forSubstance Without physiological dependenceDependenceDisorder Early remission Sustained remission In a controlled environment
  3. 3.  5 drinks on one occasion (males); 4 drinks on one occasion (females) Does binge drinking meet the criteria for any of the alcohol use disorders? If so, how? If not, why? Give some examples of symptoms you’d expect to see among college students if one or more of these disorders was present. What is the long-term outlook for binge- drinking college students in terms of future alcohol-related problems?
  4. 4. Substance Substance Abuse Dependence Disorder Disorder Substance Use Disorder
  5. 5. Biological Factors Genetic Vulnerabilities Psychological Factors Familial Issues Personality Characteristics Alcohol ExpectanciesCausal Factors Sociocultural Factors Cultural attitudes
  6. 6. Biological Medication (Withdrawal) Medication (Craving) Medication (Agonist) Psychological Behavioral/Cognitive-Behavioral Group TherapyTreatment Environmental Intervention Self-Help AA Secular Organizations for Sobriety Smart Recovery/Rational Recovery Moderation Management