By Cecilia A. Essau
Adolescent habit: Epidemiology, evaluation, and remedy offers a entire evaluation of data on adolescent dependancy, together with occurrence and co-morbidity charges, threat components to dependancy, and prevention and remedy recommendations. not like different books that could specialise in one particular habit, this ebook covers a variety of addictions in young people, together with alcohol, hashish, tobacco, consuming, playing, net and games, and intercourse dependancy. meant to be of sensible use to clinicians treating adolescent dependancy, the e-book encompasses a wealth of knowledge that might be of use to the researcher besides. a world point of view is provide from foreign individuals, representing the U.S., Canada, the united kingdom, New Zealand, and Australia. * complete with the state of the art info on vital and the most typical adolescent habit* effortless to appreciate and arranged chapters* Written by means of foreign specialists
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5 DSMALCAA E. Have you ever kept drinking for a couple NO. . (GO TO F). . 1 of days or more without sobering up? YES. . . . . . . . . 5 DSMALCMR DSMALCAR REC: When was the last time? DSMALCAO ONS: How old were you the ﬁrst time? ___/___ MONTH ___/___ AGE ___/___ AGE F. IN C2, IF TOTAL NUMBER OF DRINKS = 20 OR MORE ON AT LEAST 2 DAYS, CODE F AND G YES WITHOUT ASKING. CODE 00 IN REC MONTH AND GO TO ONS. Have you ever drunk as much as 20 drinks in one day — that would be about a ﬁfth of liquor, or 3 bottles of wine, or as NO.
2000). , extent of use, number of psychiatric disorders, early age of substance use onset, proportion with dependence at 1-year follow-up). , 2000). , 2000). Pollock and Martin (1999) found that adolescent diagnostic orphans resembled adult diagnostic orphans in some aspects. , 2000). , 2000). 26 Ridenour et al. PRIORITIES OF DSM-V SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS WORKGROUP A special issue of Addiction outlined research topics to be addressed by the DSM-V Substance Use Disorder Workgroup en route to reﬁning DSM criteria (Saunders and Schuckit, 2006).
DSM-IV also is used for research purposes. Two versions of SUD nomenclature are available for ICD criteria. The ICD-10 research criteria will be referred to throughout this chapter because they have been used in the literature. The theoretical basis for substance use diagnoses of the two systems is the original alcohol dependence syndrome (Edwards and Gross, 1976). Each classiﬁcation includes (a) a primary dependence diagnosis, (b) a secondary diagnosis abuse (in DSM-IV) or harmful use (in ICD-10), (c) similar substance-speciﬁc withdrawal criteria, and (d) similar substance-speciﬁc intoxication diagnoses.