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Title: Determinants of transitions from harmful to low-risk substance use and gambling
Author(s): McLeod, Jane
Gell, Lucy
Holmes, John
Allamani, Allaman
Baumberg, Ben
Bjerge, Bagga
Buhringer, Gerhard
Eiroa-Orosa, Francisco Jose
Forberger, Sarah
Frank, Vibeke
Lingford-Hughes, Anne
Meerkerk, Gert-Jan
Meier, Petra
Neumann, Maria
Stead, Martine
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Editor(s): Gell, L
Bühringer, G
McLeod, J
Forberger, S
Holmes, J
Lingford-Hughes, A
Meier, PS
Citation: McLeod J, Gell L, Holmes J, Allamani A, Baumberg B, Bjerge B, Buhringer G, Eiroa-Orosa FJ, Forberger S, Frank V, Lingford-Hughes A, Meerkerk G, Meier P, Neumann M & Stead M (2016) Determinants of transitions from harmful to low-risk substance use and gambling. In: Gell L, Bühringer G, McLeod J, Forberger S, Holmes J, Lingford-Hughes A & Meier P (eds.) What Determines Harm from Addictive Substances and Behaviours?. Governance of Addictive Substances and Behaviours Series. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 113-156.〈=en&#
Issue Date: 4-Feb-2016
Date Deposited: 16-Jun-2016
Series/Report no.: Governance of Addictive Substances and Behaviours Series
Abstract: First paragraph: In Chapters 3 and 4 we described, respectively, the determinants of the transition to risky and to harmful substance use and gambling. In this chapter we turn the focus away from problem development towards the factors that influence whether or not an individual transitions out of harmful substance use and gambling. We have conceptualized that harmful substance use and harmful gambling can become less harmful in three distinct ways.  Additional co-authors: Robin Room, Laura Schmidt, Dike Van de Mheen, Reinout Wiers, and Phil Withington
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