The Addictive Personality: Myth or Cornerstone of Prevention and Treatment?

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Donna L. Roberts, PhD
Donna L. Roberts, PhD
 29 days ago


The concept of an addictive personality offers an attractive and intuitive construct for defining the parameters of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of substance abuse and addictive disorders. However, despite the intellectual and practical appeal, it remains controversial, with researcher and practitioners heavily debating its fundamental validity.

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