Good in Good jacket. Book Second printing. The dust jacket is lightly edge worn and the corners are rubbed. The former owner's name is written in ink on the top of the front free end paper. The book is not marked otherwise and the binding is tight.
Very Good-in Very Good dust jacket. Very minor wear on clean and sound binding. Pencil underlining on pages 90-101, else contents are clean and unmarked. Very minor edge wear on clean, complete dust jacket.; Black cloth spine, bright gold lettering. Subject index. PSYCHOLOGY. This book covers the major psychological theories of drinking behavior and alcoholism that have been developed since World War II, offering critical assessments of the evidence for each. Rejecting the traditional disease conception of alcoholism in favor of multiple, multivariate models that integrate biological, pharmacological, psychological and social factors, the volume permits you to compare alternative approaches and discern how they differ from or complement one another. De-emphasizing the motivational primacy of physical dependence, chapters consider different etiologies for distinct types of alcohol problems as well as differnt types of alcoholics.; 9-1/2"Tall; 403 pages.
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Dust Jacket in fair condition., 800grams, ISBN: 0898621666.
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