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Psychosocial characteristics of drug-abusing women

Marvin R Burt

Psychosocial characteristics of drug-abusing women

by Marvin R Burt

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Published by Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, National Institute on Drug Abuse, for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Rockville, Md, Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- Psychological aspects,
  • Drug abuse -- Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Marvin R. Burt, Thomas J. Glynn, Barbara J. Sowder, Burt Associates, Inc
    SeriesNIDA service research monograph series, DHEW publication ; no. (ADM) 80-917, DHEW publication -- no. (ADM) 80-917
    ContributionsGlynn, Thomas J.,, Sowder, Barbara J.,, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Burt Associates
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 82 p. :
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13603102M

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    Erik Erikson () proposed that throughout our lives, we encounter certain crises that contribute to our psychosocial development. He presented these crises as 8 stages of psychosocial conflicts, often known as the 8 Erikson stages. Each of the eight Erikson stages is characterized by two contradictory emotional forces known as contrary dispositions, usually . The theory of psychosocial development created by Erik Erikson is perhaps one of the best-known personality theories. The theory differs from many others in that it addresses development across the entire lifespan, from birth through death. At each stage, the individual deals with a conflict that serves as a turning point in development. When the conflict is resolved .

    based on child and maternal characteristics and on mothersÕ clinical histories, including diagnosis. PSYCHOSOCIAL OUTCOMES OF ADULT CHILDREN OF MENTALLY ILL PARENTS A recent review of relevant literature ( through ) identified 16 studies on the psychosocial outcomes of adult children of parents with mental by: Bornstein, a trans woman who finds gender deeply problematic, sums up this resistance nicely in her book title, Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women and the Rest of Us1. It is commonly argued that biological differences between males and females determine gender by causing enduring differences in capabilities and Size: KB.


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to the status of women as drug abusers and as clients in drug treatment programs. A study of drug abusers. characteristics found a significantly higher history of non-medical psychotherapeutic drug use for females than for males; however, males had a higher prevalence of illicit drug use.

Females 'in traditional treatment. DEMOGRAPHIC AND PSYCHOSOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SUBSTANCE-ABUSING PREGNANT WOMEN Sydney L. Hans, PhD Substance abuse in America is a widespread phenomenon that cuts across gender, race, social class, region, and age by:   Psychosocial characteristics of batterers: A study of men charged with domestic violence offenses.

Abstract. This paper analyzes the characteristics of women abusers who came in contact with the Marion county prosecutor's office and municipal court in Indianapolis during the period from July to April Cited by: Psychosocial treatments for women with substance use disorders Article Literature Review in Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America 30(3), vi.

PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF DRUG ADDICTION * PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF DRUG ADDICTION * Radin, Sherwin S. Drug addiction is a complex issue involving physiological, sociological, psychological, medical and legal parameters.

There are many questions raised by this problem: What is drug addiction. Over Psychosocial characteristics of drug-abusing women book last decade far-reaching changes have taken place in our beliefs and expectations about women’s roles and identities in the contexts of work, family, and Cited by: 4.

Substance use is associated with numerous undesirable short and long term consequences. The individual not only suffer from physical and psychological problems but also loses the ability to interact with family, peers and society.

The present study aims to identify the psychosocial problems and associated factors among individuals with substance use by: 2. An important component to be successful at either of these activities is the capacity for empathy. Empathy literally means to feel with others - to be able to feel happy when others are happy, and to be able to feel sad when others are sad.

Like all other emotions, feelings of empathy strongly affect our Size: KB. Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Psychosocial Factors Anorexia nervosa is a medical condition that has affected many individuals in the society especially the female gender.

Some initiatives have been made to counter effect this condition but still, it is being practiced by the society members. Demographic, Psychosocial, and Personality Characteristics of Lesbian Batterers.

Prevalence of domestic violence (DV) in lesbian and heterosexual relationships appears to be similar. Despite this, few studies have examined factors associated with DV in lesbian relationships, and even fewer have examined characteristics of lesbian batterers.

The few studies of female offenders with substance abuse disorders depict a population with multiple psychosocial problems and treatment needs, and one that is characterized by frequent exposure to sexual abuse and other by:   Women who abuse illicit drugs often engage in atypical parenting behaviors that interfere with the natural development of mother-infant interaction and attachment.

Maternal caregiving deficits leave pronounced adverse consequences in the wake of drug abuse relapse, which often occurs and in early infancy. These are times when the child requires optimal Author: Ilaria Cataldo, Ilaria Cataldo, Atiqah Azhari, Aurora Coppola, Marc H.

Bornstein, Gianluca Esposito. Psychosocial Interventions for Substance Use During Pregnancy Anna R. Brandon, PhD, MSCS, ABPP ABSTRACT Psychosocial and behavioral interventions are used to address substance use and dependence during preg-nancy, having particular value when providers and pregnant women are seeking to minimize drug exposures to the fe-tus.

Bio-psycho-social model of addiction The model that was selected for the purpose of this paper is the bio-psycho-social model of addiction. This is an approach that is based of cognitive aspects as well as behavioural aspects and is inclusive of most of the recent knowledge concerning addiction.

Co-occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Disorder: A Practitioner's Guide is a basic overview of current evidence-based practices for treating co-occurring disorders. Co-occurring disorders, also known as dual diagnosis, refers to individuals who have both a mental illness and a co-morbid substance use disorder/5(7).

A Study of Drug Abusing African-American Pregnant Women Show all authors. Lessie Bass. Lessie Bass. but primarily to consider what characteristics the women felt would make drug treatment intervention strategies more effective for them and their families, including the significant other in their lives.

Rohweder, C. Psychosocial Cited by: Chapter 6. Sociological Theories of Drug Abuse Introduction This chapter discusses sociological theories of substance use and abuse.

For our purposes, sociological theories understand substance abuse as a societal phenomenon, having largely cultural, social, and economic origins or ties. Such causes are often external to the. PSYCHOSOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DRUG-ABUSING WOMEN NCJ Number Author: M R BURT; T J GLYNN; B J SOWDER Publication Date: Abstract PDF: SOCIAL CONTROL OF WOMEN OFFENDERS - A STUDY OF SENTENCING IN A CRIMINAL COURT NCJ Number Author: C M KRUTTSCHNITT Publication Date: Abstract:.

The problem of drug abuse has developed a new face--the face of a baby, note Donna R. Weston and colleagues (). Although drug-affected babies have been present in our society for several years, their numbers have risen dramatically since the onset of the crack cocaine epidemic in the mid s.

The final aspect of psychosocial health is spiritual health, a belief in a force that gives meaning to life. This does not have to be a religious force, God, or anything like that.Gender refers to an individual's anatomical sex, or sexual assignment, and the cultural and social aspects of being male or female.

An individual's personal sense of maleness or femaleness is his or her gender identity. Outward expression of gender identity, according to cultural and social expectations, is a gender role. Either gender may live out a gender role (a man or a woman. characteristics that increase the probability of successful aging (26,27).

This report—an update of a – report—provides prevalence estimates for selected health characteristics of adults aged 55 and over living in households throughout the United States, based on data from the – National Health InterviewFile Size: KB.