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Research Article: Addiction

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Addiction

(formerly the British Journal of Addictions) is the oldest specialist journal in its field, originating in 1884 as the Proceedings for the Society for the Study and Cure of Inebriety. The boundvolumes provide a unique perspective on the historical development of clinical practice, policy debates, and the emergence of a scientific tradition. Addiction is today among the most international of journals focusing on addiction. In addition to publishing refereedresearch reports, editorial policy has been directed at establishing it as a leading forum for informeddebate—specially commissioned"commentary" series contribute to this purpose. The prestigious Addiction Book Prize is awarded annually. In furtherance of its role as an international medium of scientific exchange, the journal, which has its headoffice in Britain, in 1993 establishedregional offices in the United States and Australia.

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