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References

1. Adapted from NIH/National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. 2001-2002 Survey Finds That Many Recover From Alcoholism: Researchers Identify Factors Associated with Abstinent and Non-Abstinent Recovery. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism press release, January 19, 2005.

Readings

Alcoholics Anonymous. Alcoholics Anonymous. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.

Brodsky, A., and Peele, S. AA's Tactics are Harmful. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 93-103.

Brown, D. Medication May Help Alcoholics Stay Sober. In: Barbour, S. (Ed.). Alcohol. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1998. Pp. 144-148.

Bufe, C. Studies Show Alcoholics Anonymous Is Ineffective. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 72-81.

Burman, S. All-Women Groups Can Help Female Alcoholics. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 220-229.

Carr, N. J. Alcoholics Anonymous is Effective. In: Barbour, S. (Ed.). Alcohol. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1998. Pp. 113-119.

Christopher, J. Secular Organizations for Sobriety is an Effective Self-Help Program. In: Barbour, S. (Ed.). Alcohol. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1998. Pp. 128-134.

Christopher, J. How to Stay Sober: Recovery Without Religion. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus, l988.

Crandell, J. S. Controlled Drinking Can Help Alcoholics Recover. In: Cozic, C. P., and Swisher, K. (Ed.). Chemical Dependency. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1991. Pp. 218-224.

Dorsman, J. How to Quit Drinking Without AA: A Complete Self-Help Guide. Newark, DE: New Dawn, 1993.

Ellis, A., and Velten, E. When AA Doesn't Work for You: Rational Steps to Quitting Alcohol. Fort Lee, NJ: Barricade, 1992.

Fingarette, H. Heavy Drinking: The Myth of Alcoholism as a Disease. Berkeley: University OS California Press, 1988.

FitzGerald, K. W. Alcoholism is a Disease. In: Cozic, C. P., and Swisher, K. (Eds.). Chemical Dependency. San Diego: Greenhaven, 199I. Pp. 96-100.

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Galanter, M. Psychotherapy Can Help Alcoholics. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 202-210.

Gorski, T. T. Alcoholism Should be Treated as a Disease. In: Barbour, S. (Ed.). Alcohol. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1998. Pp. 98-104.

Gorshi, T. T. Alcoholics Anonymous Is the Most Effective Treatment for Alcoholism. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 64-60.

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House Committee on Health and Long-Time Care. Treatment Designed for Elderly Alcoholics Could be Effective. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 230-237.

Jellinek, E. M. The Disease Concept of Alcoholism. New Haven, CT: Hillhouse, 1960.

Johnson, V. E. I'll Quit Tomorrow: A Practical Guide to Alcoholism Treatment. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1980.

Kishline, A. Alcoholism Should Not be Treated as a Disease. In: Barbour, S. (Ed.). Alcohol. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1998. Pp. 105-112.

Kishline, A. A toast to moderation. Psychology Today, January/February, 1996.

Kissir, S. Nutritional Therapy Can Help Alcoholics. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 194-198.

Kurtz, E. Not-God: A History of Alcoholics Anonymous. Center City, MN: Hazelden, 1979.

Lolli, G. Social Drinking: How to Enjoy Drinking without Being Hurt by It. New York: World Publishing, 1960.

Marlatt, G. A., and Gordon, J. R. (Eds.). Relapse Prevention. New York: Guilford, 1985.

Miller, N. S., and Mahler, J. C. Treatment Centers Effectively Use Twelve-Step Programs to Help Alcoholics. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 61-68.

Miller, W. R., and Munoz, R. F. How to Control Your Drinking. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. 1990.

Parker, C. B. When Someone You Love Drinks Too Much. New York: Harper & Row, 1990.

Patton, P. Buddhism Can Help Alcoholics Stay Sober. In: Barbour, S. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1998. Pp. 149-156.

Peele, S. et al. The Truth about Alcohol and Recovery. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1991.

Roberts, M. The Spirituality of AA Helps Alcoholics. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 69-71.

Sanchez-Craig, M. Saying When: How to Quit Drinking or Cut Down. Toronto, Canada: Addiction Research Foundation. 1993.

Schlesinger, S. E., and Horberg, L. K. Alcoholics Anonymous Can Help Alcoholics Recover. In: Cozic, C. P., and Swisher, K. (Ed.). Chemical Dependency. San Diego: Greenhaven, 199 1. Pp. 212-217.

Shockley, M. Acupuncture Is an Effective Treatment for Alcoholism. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 199-201. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 216-219.

Schuckit, M. A. Antidepressants May be Effective in Treating Alcoholism. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 216-2 19.

Sobell, M. B., and Sobell, L. C. Problem Drinkers: Guided Self-Change Treatment. New York: Guilford, 1993.

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Walsh, D. C., et al. Physicians' Warnings Can Motivate Alcoholics to Seek Treatment. In: Wekesser, C (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 2 I I-2 15.

Weinstein, C. Forcing Alcoholic Prisoners to Join AA is Ineffective. In: Wekesser, C. (Ed.). Alcoholism. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1994. Pp. 104- 108.

Wright, B., and Wright, D. G. Due to Confront! How to Intervene when Someone You Care About Has an Alcohol or Drug Problem. New York: Master-Media, 1990.

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