Does Urge To Drink Predict Relapse After Treatment?

Rohsenow, Damaris J.; Monti, Peter M.
September 1999
Alcohol Research & Health;1999, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p225
Academic Journal
Focuses on a study which reviewed some of the models used to explain the relationship between alcohol craving and relapse. Definition of craving or the urge to drink; Models of the role of urges in relapse; Clinical implications.


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