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Title Behavior Analysis and Substance Dependence Theory, Research and Intervention / edited by Simone Martin Oliani, Richard Alecsander Reichert, Roberto Alves Banaco
Edition 1st ed. 2021
Published Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2021
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Contents Part I. INTRODUCTORY ASPECTS AND MAIN CONCEPTS -- Chapter 1. Drug Abuse: Classifications, Effects and Risks -- Chapter 2. Behavioral Analysis of Substance Use and Dependence: Theoretical-Conceptual Aspects and Possibilities for Intervention -- Chapter 3. Criteria for Substance Use Disorders Diagnosis (SUD): An Analytical-Behavioral Perspective -- Chapter 4. Basic Concepts of Behavioral Pharmacology -- Chapter 5. Functional Analysis of Substance Use and Dependence -- Chapter 6. Establishing and Abolishing Contingencies of Crack Use: User Descriptions of a CAPS ad -- Part II. CLINICAL AND SOCIAL INTERVENTIONS -- Chapter 7. Contingency Management for the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders -- Chapter 8. Cue Exposure Therapy for Substance Use: A Complement to Functional Analysis -- Chapter 9. Functional Analytical Psychotherapy (FAP) as an Adjunct Treatment to Substance Dependence Cases -- Chapter 10. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) for Substance Use Associated with Borderline Personality Disorder -- Chapter 11. Contributions of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with an emphasis on Values and Committed Actions in the treatment of substance dependence -- Chapter 12. Therapy by Contingencies of Reinforcement (TCR) and Substance Dependence: A Clinical Case Presentation -- Chapter 13. Motivational Interviewing Under a Behavior Analysis Perspective -- Part III. SPECIAL TOPICS -- Chapter 14. Interfaces Between Neurosciences and Behavior Analysis on the use of Psychoactive Substances -- Chapter 15. Behavioral Functions of Drug Use in Marital Narratives: From Progression to Treatment of Substance Dependence -- Chapter 16. Drugs Use in Romantic Relationship and Violence Against Women -- Chapter 17. Challenges of Clinical Behavior Analysis in Legal Substance Use: Alcohol And Tobacco
Summary This book presents the main theoretical and practical tools provided by behavior analysis to diagnose and treat substance use disorders. Based on the theoretical framework of radical behaviorism, first developed by B.F. Skinner, behavior analysis offers a distinctive biopsychosocial approach to substance use disorders by considering both the biogenetic and environmental influences on behaviors associated with substance use, enabling the development of more integrative and effective diagnostic, prevention, and treatment strategies at the individual and collective level. The volume is divided in three parts. Part one presents an introduction to core concepts in behavior analysis and related disciplines, such as behavioral pharmacology, and their specific applications in substance use disorders diagnostics and treatment. Part two shows how different types of behavioral-analytical clinical and social interventions can be applied in practice to treat substance use disorders, such as: Contingency Management Exposure Therapy Functional Analytical Psychotherapy (FAP) Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Therapy by Contingencies of Reinforcement (TCR) Motivational Interviewing Finally, part three covers special topics, such as the interfaces between neurosciences and behavior analysis on drug use and dependence, effects of substance use in romantic relationships and their relationship with violence against women. Behavior Analysis and Substance Dependence will be a valuable tool for clinical and health psychologists, as well as other health professionals and social workers dealing with substance use disorders, by presenting, in one single volume, an overview of the tools offered by behavior analysis to deal with this serious health issue. This book is a translation of an original German edition. The translation was done with the help of artificial intelligence (machine translation by the service DeepL.com). A subsequent human revision was done primarily in terms of content, so that the book will read stylistically differently from a conventional translation
In Springer Nature eBook
Subject Clinical psychology.
Mental health.
Clinical health psychology.
Psychotherapy   
Form Electronic book
Author Oliani, Simone Martin. editor.
Reichert, Richard Alecsander. editor.
Banaco, Roberto Alves. editor.
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ISBN 9783030759612