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The material from our Primer
on Addiction, including a discussion of The
Nature of Addiction,
is now available as a podcast in MP3 format. This podcast serves as a
general introduction to the study of addiction and is a prelude for the
scientific analysis of addictive behavior discussed in later podcasts.
See below to download this podcast.
download the podcast (length 15min37sec, file size 14.6 MB). Note: The podcast generally follows the
transcript of the text available online with only a few embellishments
familiar with the written text need not download the podcast
We are admittedly releasing this podcast and
commentary on the ASNet Discussion Forum prematurely, before
we've had time to edit and to re-cut the audio to produce a better,
professional podcast. Requests from a few subscribers for more podcasts
ASAP have encouraged us to throw away pride and release these 'rough
drafts' to the public. Rather than disseminate the podcast to a select
group, we decided to release this preliminary version publicly. We
small editorial changes to the printed document intended to improve
clarity, and we expect to re-cut the entire audio tape at a later date.
For those who can't wait, the (rehearsal
version of ) podcast is now
available for download.
you can later Click here to download the podcast (length xxminxxsec,
file size xxMB). Note: This
podcast is a full length presentation which supplements the material
found on our Drug Classification web page,
and listeners are advised to review that page in conjunction with this
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