OP-85: Behavioral addictions among abstinent substance abusers in halfway houses: The emergence of new clinical challenges and ways forward

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Authors: Ran Perlman and Sharon Rabinovitz
Date: Mar. 1, 2017
From: Journal of Behavioral Addictions(Vol. 6, Issue S1.)
Publisher: Akademiai Kiado
Document Type: Abstract; Brief article
Length: 200 words
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Behavioral addictions among men recovering from substance use disorders (SUD) is under-assessed yet they can affect quality of life, including economic impact (e.g., gambling, excessive buying), relationships (e.g., workaholism, hypersexuality, internet), physical health (e.g., food addiction, self-injury), and general mental health. A major challenge facing many individuals attempting to abstain...

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Perlman, Ran, and Sharon Rabinovitz. "OP-85: Behavioral addictions among abstinent substance abusers in halfway houses: The emergence of new clinical challenges and ways forward." Journal of Behavioral Addictions, vol. 6, no. S1, 2017, p. 41. Gale Academic Onefile, Accessed 18 Sept. 2019.

Gale Document Number: GALE|A483829751