Adolescent Addiction, Second Edition, offers researchers and clinicians a single-volume resource on the nature, extent and treatment of addictive problems in adolescents. The book is divided into three main parts. Part one addresses the foundations of addictive problems, including developmental, social, and neurobiologicl factors. Part two addresses common addictions among adolescents. New chapters include e-cigarette, smartphone, social networking, and exercise addiction. Part three discusses challenges and recommendations for future research in adolescent addiction. All chapters in part two follow a similar format to introduction and clinical characteristics, screening and clinical assessment methods, epidemiology, cormorbidity, course and outcome, protective and risk factors, evidence-based clinical strategies for prevention and treatment, and a concise summary of key clinical points.
- Introduces the foundations to understanding addiction.
- Examines the epidemiology, comorbidity, course, and outcome of addictions.
- Provides screening and clinical assessment methods.
- Summarizes evidence-based clinical strategies for treatment.
- Covers both substance addiction and behavioral addictions.
- New chapters on e-cigarette, smartphone, internet, and exercise addiction.
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PART I General issues
1. Foundations of addictive problems in adolescents: Developmental and social factors
Michèle Preyde, Jessica Furtado, Sarah Head, and Dennis Long
2. Foundations of addictive problems in adolescents: Neurobiological factors
Genevieve F. Dash, Kristine Rømer Thomsen, Sarah W. Feldstein Ewing, and Jennifer A. Silvers
PART II Specific addictive problems
3. Alcohol in adolescence
Delyse Hutchinson, Samantha Teague, Katrina Champion, Cecilia A. Essau, and Nicola C. Newton
4. Adolescent cannabis use disorders
Janni Leung, Wayne Hall, and Louisa Degenhardt
5. Nicotine and e-cigarettes addiction
Abdul Rahman Ahmad Badayai, Suzaily Wahab, Nadzirah Ahmad Basri, and Cecilia A. Essau
6. Adolescent gambling
Paul Delfabbro and Daniel L. King
7. Video game addiction
Daniel King and Paul H. Delfabbro
8. Smartphone addiction
Chuong Hock Ting and Yoke Yong Chen
9. Sexual addiction
Steve Sussman and Jennifer Y. Tsai
10. Exercise addiction
Mia Beck Lichtenstein and Cecilie Juul Hinze
PART III Implications for the future
11. Comorbidity of addictive problems: Assessment and treatment implications
Cecilia A. Essau
12. Political and policy issues in adolescent addictions
Paul H. Delfabbro, Paul McArdle, and Daniel L. King
Cecilia A. Essau is a Professor of Developmental Psychopathology at the University of Roehampton, UK where she is Director of Centre for Applied Research and Assessment in Child and Adolescent Wellbeing (CARACAW). She received her PhD from the University of Konstanz (Germany), and her "Habilitation in Psychology (qualification for tenure-track professorships in Germany) from the University of Bremen (Germany). She is the first Iban woman to have received a PhD.
Professor Essau has Visiting Chairs at numerous universities, including the Norman Munn Distinguished Visiting Scholar from Flinders University, and the Florey Medical Research Foundation Mental Health Visiting Professor from the University of Adelaide, Australia. In 2011, she was made Fellow of the British Psychological Society in recognition of her contribution to the field of Psychology. She is also Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
Her research focuses on understanding factors that can lead young people to have serious emotional and behavioural problems and using this research to both enhance the assessment of childhood and adolescent psychopathology, and design more effective interventions to prevent and treat such problems. She is the author of 222 articles, and is the author/editor of 20 books in the area of youth mental health.
Paul graduated from the University of Adelaide with degrees in Arts, Commerce and Economics and a PhD in psychology. He has published extensively in several areas, including the psychology of gambling, child protection and child welfare and applied cognition. He has over 300 publications in these areas including over 220 national and international refereed journal articles. His recent research interests in addiction have related to: the cross-over between gambling and gaming; the relationship between clinical co-morbidity and problem gambling; gambling-harm; the psychology of gaming machines and the behavioural indicators of problem gambling and harm.