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Psychology of Alcoholism by George Barton Cutten

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  • Psychology of Alcoholism by George Barton Cutten

Psychology of Alcoholism by George Barton Cutten

Explore how chronic alcoholism impacts physiology, memory, intellect, willpower, and more in 'Psychology of Alcoholism' by George Barton Cutten.
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Alcohol's Grip: Unraveling the Mind and Body with Dr. George Barton Cutten

Curious about how chronic alcoholism reshapes the mind and body? 'Psychology of Alcoholism' by George Barton Cutten dives into this complex topic with a blend of historical context and scientific analysis. Hosted by Loyal Books, this podcast series breaks down the multifaceted impact of long-term alcohol abuse, exploring how it affects everything from memory and intellect to willpower and emotions. Dr.
Cutten doesn't just stop at the effects; he also examines two historical cures—religious conversion and hypnotism—offering a fascinating glimpse into past treatment methods. Each episode is packed with insights that shed light on the physiological and psychological toll of chronic alcoholism, making it a must-listen for anyone looking to understand this challenging issue.
Whether you're personally affected by addiction, supporting someone who is, or simply interested in the science behind it, 'Psychology of Alcoholism' provides valuable perspectives that are both enlightening and thought-provoking.