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9780199949113

Drugs: Mind, Body, and Society

  • ISBN 13:

    9780199949113

  • ISBN 10:

    0199949115

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 06/15/2018
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

Written in a contemporary and accessible voice, Drugs: Mind, Body, and Society offers more than knowledge and study skills. It is a multidisciplinary text that provides students with a comprehensive discussion about drugs and drug effects that weaves together physiology, neuroscience, pharmacology, psychology, society, culture, media, history, law, and religion. With an emphasis on critical thinking skills, this book teaches students to evaluate research, assess sources of data, and discern fact from opinion, so that they can make intelligent decisions that improve the quality of their lives.

FEATURES
*"Thinking Critically About Drugs," a separate section at the start of the book, teaches students how to evaluate data, validate sources, and understand how drug research is conducted
*True/False chapter-opening questions, with answers, draw students into the material by asking them provocative questions that challenge commonly held misconceptions about drugs
*"Critical Evaluations" in most chapters delve into controversial topics and teach students to evaluate research and information from multiple perspectives
*"Ask Yourself" questions encourage students to reflect on and discuss their own ideas about the chapter material
*"Quick Hits" scattered throughout each chapter provide students with brief, interesting anecdotes or fun facts from various disciplines, like history and economics
*"The Straight Dope" boxes feature historical and biographical profiles, cases, self-knowledge tests, and points of clinical or cultural relevance

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