Psychology

Addictions: Sources and notes

Authors:

Dr. Nicolas Evrard

Dr. Laurent Karila, Psychiatrist - Addictologist. Author of the book "Idées Reçues sur les addictions", editions le Cavalier Bleu.
Chapter: "New drugs on the web". Date: April 3, 2017

Sources:

Choquet M. Youth smoking in seven European countries.

Thematic issue: World No Tobacco Day 2006. BEH No. 21-22 / 2006. Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin (BEH).

Thematic issue - Alcohol and health in France, inventory. September 12, 2006 / No. 34-35.

French Observatory of Drugs and Drug Addiction: //www.ofdt.fr/

AP-HP press kit, New addictions, new support, 11/12/2007. Hill C., Laplanche A.

Smoking and mortality: epidemiological aspects. BEH 2003, 22-3: 98-100.

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