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PSYCHOLOGY 370 Psychology 370 Addictive and Addiction Behavior

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    Nov 08, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

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    Please make sure to site sources and make sure you follow up with references if not you will fail because the work is simple but she does not tolerate Plag. But the course is easy to pass; Argosy Universities are really low budget schools that anyone can get a degree.

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    Addiction and medications use The current view of mental disorders is called the “medical model” where mental illness is viewed as symptoms that can be diagnosed and treated. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) contains the diagnostic criteria for all currently identified mental illnesses.

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    6-8 hours

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    You will pass very easy and somewhat interesting

    • Fall 2016
    • Donna Poppendieck
    • Yes
    • Lots of Writing Participation Counts Great Discussions
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    Nov 05, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

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    The prevention strategies are many and so important beginning with the “primary prevention” and education of people who have not yet tried drugs and alcohol e.g., youth, to the “secondary prevention” and implementation of information and programs for those individuals who have experimented with substances leading to the prevention of further usage of more dangerous substances e.g., high school and college age students (Hart, et. al., 2009). The methods are many and are vital as the best prevention is to never begin using substances, and the information provided with this strategy will assist with the prevention of initial use of substances including alcohol and drugs. Access to substances should start in the home to keep prescriptions and alcohol out of reach for children and to prohibit the distribution and sales of substances in neighborhoods and communities, thus providing mentoring for those that have no one to guide and assist them (Hart, et. al., 2009).

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    The benefits, effects, and concerns of substances and treatments with associated risk and protective factors of abuse and prevention. Deliverance, tactics, and measurable success methods were observed along with the primary and secondary prevention factors.

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    12+ hours

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    The development of an attitude of optimism and hunger for knowledge and solutions to problems and situations.

    • Fall 2016
    • Giselle Gourrier
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    • Lots of Writing Participation Counts Requires Presentations

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