Vol 4, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Special Issue

Addiction: A highly successful, essentially contested concept PDF
Anita Borch, Varpu Rantala 1-4


The images theory of addiction PDF
Pekka Sulkunen 5-11
Models of addiction and types of interventions: An integrative look PDF
Roland Simon, Robert West 13-20
Addiction-as-a-kind hypothesis PDF
Petri Ylikoski, Samuli Pöyhönen 21-25
Addiction: The dance between concept and terms PDF
Robin Room, Matilda Hellman, Kerstin Stenius 27-35
The Italian “alcohol question” from 1860 to 1930: Two opposing scientific interpretations PDF
Enrico Petrilli, Franca Beccaria 37-43
The brain craving for gambling? Neurosciences and addiction concept in clinical practice PDF
Ilpo Helén, Joonas Toivio 45-51
Neurobiological research on addiction: What value has it added to the concept? PDF
Harold Kalant 53-59
The risks of cannabis and other illicit drugs: Views among French and Finnish addiction treatment providers PDF
Laurence Simmat-Durand, Anja Koski-Jännes 61-69
Problem gambling—a Lacanian Real PDF
Anita Borch 71-76
Is addiction a myth? Donald Davidson’s solution to the problem of akrasia says not* PDF
Nick Heather, Gabriel Segal 77-83
Addiction, recovery and moral agency: Philosophical considerations PDF
Susanne Uusitalo 85-89
Addiction as an adaptation process in the brain, a view from neurobiology PDF
Esa R. Korpi 91-94