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Psychology of Alcoholism, The by George Barton Cutten (1874 - 1962)

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  • Preface & Chapter I - Introduction

Preface & Chapter I - Introduction

Thursday 1st January 1970

Discover the physical, mental, and moral dangers of alcoholism in this informative podcast episode. Learn about the author's insights and practical solutions for combating this widespread problem. Listen now on alcoholfree.com.
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Psychology of Alcoholism, The by George Barton Cutten (1874 - 1962)
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The Psychology of Alcoholism: An Intriguing Overview of the Effects of Alcohol on the Human Mind and Body

No one can take alcohol liquors without blunting these physical powers, which I must always keep on edge.
The Psychology of Alcoholism podcast episode offers a comprehensive overview of the physical, mental, and moral dangers of alcoholism. Dr. Cutten's insights on the physiological and psychophysical effects of chronic alcoholism on the human mind and body are invaluable. He highlights two cures, religious conversion and hypnotism, that were known at the time.
The author also discusses the changing attitude of the medical profession towards alcoholism and the impact of alcoholism on society, including the economic cost and correlation between alcohol and disease. The need for more research on alcohol and mental states is emphasized. This thought-provoking episode provides practical solutions for combating alcoholism. Listen now on alcoholfree.com.