Children of Alcoholics: A Critical Appraisal of Theory and Research
University of Chicago Press, Oct 8, 1991 - Psychology - 226 pages
This study offers a comprehensive, critical look at what is known and not known about children of alcoholics, and also constructs a model for assessing existing theory and introducing new methodological rigor into this field.
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Genetic and Environmental Influences
Other Psychological Disorders Associated with
Crosssectional and Prospective Research
Responses to Alcohol
Models of Vulnerability
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