Addiction

Cover image for Vol. 111 Issue 3

Edited By: Editor-in-Chief: Robert West

Impact Factor: 4.829

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 1/35 (Substance Abuse (Social Science)); 2/18 (Substance Abuse); 14/133 (Psychiatry (Social Science)); 22/140 (Psychiatry)

Online ISSN: 1360-0443

Associated Title(s): Addiction Biology

Addiction and its Sciences


Addiction and its Sciences

Addiction seeks to serve its field by now and then setting up a commissioned series of articles that explore a defined topic. Within this tradition we are now launching a review series on Addiction and its Sciences. What characterises the field of addiction science is the range and variety of its component sciences. Assumptions, theories, models, tools, each discipline brings those along by the bagful. Addiction science is a multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary endeavour par excellence. There are within it so many different ways of addressing any single question, let alone of defining what is to count as the question. – Griffith Edwards

November 2005
Editorial Note [Introduction]:
Addiction and its Sciences: introduction to a new Addiction series
Griffith Edwards

November 2005
Qualitative research methods within the addictions
Joanne Neale, Debby Allen and Lindsey Coombes

December 2005
Addiction and its brain science
Rainer Spanagel and Markus Heilig

March 2007
The psychological science of addiction
Elizabeth Gifford and Keith Humphreys

June 2007
The spatial ecology of alcohol problems: niche theory and assortative drinking
Paul J. Gruenewald

July 2007
Enhancing the validity and utility of randomized clinical trials in addictions treatment research: I. Treatment implementation and research design
Frances K. Del Boca and Jack Darkes

August 2007
Enhancing the validity and utility of randomized clinical trials in addictions treatment research: II. Participant samples and assessment
Frances K. Del Boca and Jack Darkes

September 2007
Enhancing the validity and utility of randomized clinical trials in addictions treatment research: III. Data processing and statistical analysis
Frances K. Del Boca and Jack Darkes

October 2007
Advancing the analysis of treatment process
Robert L. Stout

November 2007
Addiction sciences and its psychometrics: the measurement of alcohol-related problems
Lorraine T. Midanik, Thomas K. Greenfield and Jason Bond

December 2007
Self-administration of drugs in animals and humans as a model and an investigative tool
Leigh V. Panlilio and Steven R. Goldberg

March 2008
Addiction science and its genetics
David Ball

July 2008
Alcohol measurement methodology in epidemiology: recent advances and opportunities
Thomas K. Greenfield and William C. Kerr

July 2010
What economics can contribute to the addiction sciences
Jonathan P. Caulkins and Nancy Nicosia

January 2011
Addiction and its sciences—philosophy
Bennett Foddy

March 2012
Addiction and the science of history
David Courtwright

September 2012
Anthropology and addiction: an historical review
Merrill Singer

January 2013
The use of epidemiology in alcohol research
Ingeborg Rossow and Thor Norström

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