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Alcohol and Addiction Studies

Alcohol addition is a serious topic. Over the years there have been numerous studies of alcohol addictions and suggested treatment methods. Below is a collection of not only studies and reports that have been written, but additional resources such as alcohol policies and treatment methods.

Reports and Studies

  • Journal Studies on Alcohol and Drugs – This is the oldest published alcohol and addiction research journal. Browse through current and past issues on a variety of addiction topics.
  • Alcohol Studies – A collection of commissioned papers on alcohol addiction. Most of these papers are in PDF format.
  • NIAAA – The organization of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism publishes a vast amount of journals and research information on alcohol addiction.
  • Alcohol Journal Abbreviations – This helpful website should be on hand when reading addiction journals. It lists tons of abbreviations and what they stand for. It is a great reference tool.
  • Alcohol and Addiction Reports – Brown University’s website has an archive of journals that have been published by its in house research center.
  • Addictive Disorders – Rutgers University has published a list of research reports and journals on alcohol and other addictions.
  • Addiction Journal – This organization is a powerhouse of information on addiction journals and resource papers that have been published. You can ever subscribe to their newsletter to receive the latest publications.
  • Addiction Research – The University of Buffalo has published articles and research finding on addiction from their Addiction Research Unit.

College Departments

  • Brown University Addiction Studies – Brown University’s education and research center for addictions.
  • University of Alaska Alcohol and Addiction studies – This university uses public services and advanced research to reduce substance abuse.
  • Harvard Alcohol Study – Harvard University’s alcohol study program has a great selection of publications that have been written on alcohol abuse.
  • University of Delaware Drug and Alcohol Studies – This University established their own Center for Drug and Alcohol studies in 1991.
  • Chapel Hill School of Medicine – The University of North Carolina established not only a center for addiction research, but also a conference center to host medical conventions on the topic.
  • Waggoner Center for Alcohol and Addiction Research – The University of Texas opened this research center in 1999 to focus on the neurological study of people with addictions.
  • Ohio State Alcohol and Drug Addiction – Established in 1974, Ohio State University has been dealing with patients by tailoring recovery programs for their addictions.
  • Texas Tech Addiction and Recovery – Texas Tech University started their addiction recovery program to help students recover from addictions.
  • Rowan University Center for Addiction Studies – Rowan University provides students with individual treatment for their addictions.
  • Vanderbilt Addiction Center – Vanderbilt University Medical Center has a branch dedicated to addiction treatment.
  • Dartmouth Center on Addiction, Recovery and Education – Dartmouth college is well known throughout the world for its medical research. Their Addiction, Recovery, and Education Center is nationally renowned.

Addiction Policies

  • Alcohol Policy Information – This online resource provides information and resources on any existing and new addiction policies. If offers the ability to search for policies by state as well.
  • 2008 NAATP Policies – The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers issued their 2008 Addiction Policy report.
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