Drug abuse: concepts, prevention, and cessation Concepts, Prevention, and Cessation Cambridge Studies on Child and Adolescent Health Series
Auteurs : Sussman Steve, Ames Susan L.
Susan L. Ames, Ph.D., received her doctorate in preventive medicine from the University of Southern California in 2001. She is an assistant professor at the Institute for Prevention Research (IPR), Department of Preventive Medicine, University of Southern California. She has been co-investigator on projects with the Transdisciplinary Substance Abuse Prevention Research Center and other substance abuse prevention projects funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. She worked in substance abuse treatment for nearly a decade. Her research emphasis is on the mediation of implicit processes and competing cognitive, social, personality, and cultural constructs in the etiology and prevention of drug abuse and HIV-risk behavior among at-risk populations. Other major interests include neurobiological processes and brain structures associated with implicit processes and addictive behaviors. She has published in a variety of journals that emphasize the addictive process and health behaviors.
Date de parution : 02-2008
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