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Navigate 2 Advantage Access for Drugs and Society, Thirteenth Edition

Author(s): Glen R. Hanson, PhD, DDS, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
Peter J. Venturelli, PhD, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana
Annette E. Fleckenstein, PhD, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • ISBN-13: 9781284110890
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Navigate 2 Advantage Access for Drugs and Society is a digital-only Access Code that unlocks a comprehensive and interactive eBook with Workbook, student practice activities and assessments, a full suite of instructor resources, and learning analytic reporting tools.

Revised to keep pace with the latest data and statistics, Drugs and Society, Thirteenth Edition with Navigate 2 Advantage Access, continues to captivate students by taking a multidisciplinary approach to the impact of drug use and abuse on the lives of average individuals. The authors have integrated their expertise in the fields of drug abuse, pharmacology, and sociology with their extensive experiences in research, treatment, drug policy making, and drug policy implementation to create an edition that speaks directly to students on the medical, emotional, and social damage drug use can cause.

Drugs and Society, Thirteenth Edition is written on a personal level and directly addresses college students by incorporating individual drug use and abuse experiences as well as personal and institutional perspectives. Students will find these personal accounts both insightful and interesting.

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•Stages of Drug Dependence
•Steps required by the FDA for reviewing a new drug
•The Process of Sending Messages by Neurons
•Nature of Drug Receptors
•Interaction of Agonist and Antagonist drugs
•Autonomic pathways of the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems and the organs affected
•Glands of the endrocrine system
•Common Side Effects of Drug Use
•Dose-dependent Effects of CNS Depressants
•How Alcohol is Absorbed in the Body
•The Principal Control Centers of the Brain Affected by Alcohol Consumption
•The Principal Aspects of Treating Heroin Addiction
•Nature of HIV Infection
•Potential Factors that Influence Alcohol and Other Drug Use

Glen R. Hanson, PhD, DDS-University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Dr. Glen R. Hanson, a professor in the School of Dentistry and Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Utah and the director of the Utah Addiction Center at the University of Utah, has researched the neurobiology of drug abuse for over 30 years and authored more than 200 scientific papers and 50 book chapters on the subject. Dr. Hanson has lectured on drug abuse topics throughout the world. He served as the Director of the Division of Neuroscience and Behavioral Research at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), after which he became NIDA’s acting director from 2001 to 2003. He continues to serve as a NIDA senior advisor. As a component of the National Institutes of Health, NIDA is the federal agency recognized as the world’s premier science organization dealing with drug abuse issues, and the agency funds 85% of the drug abuse-related research in the world. Dr. Hanson works with scientists, public officials, policy makers, and the general public to more effectively deal with problems of drug abuse addiction.

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Peter J. Venturelli, PhD-Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana

Dr. Peter J. Venturelli has been the coauthor of this text since the second edition of Drugs and Society in 1988. In addition to revising this text every 2 years, Dr. Venturelli’s experiences and qualifications in academia and professional life include publishing research in drug and ethnic anthologies, other drug texts, and scholarly journals; authoring more than 53 conference papers at national professional sociological meetings; serving in elected and administrative positions in professional sociological and drug research associations; receiving several research grants involving drug use and ethnicity; authoring the latest drug research in sociological encyclopedias; currently serving as a board member at the  Baldwin Research Institute (alcohol and drug retreats); and teaching undergraduate and graduate students full time for the past 27 years.

Annette E. Fleckenstein, PhD-University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Dr. Annette E. Fleckenstein is a professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Utah. She has researched the neurobiology of substance abuse for nearly 20 years, lectured on drug abuse topics throughout the United States and abroad, and authored more than 100 scientific papers and book chapters on the subject. She continues to lecture to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.

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