The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Centers

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The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Centers
Addictive-Prone Personality is the best way to explain substance and behavioral addictions because it can be explained with medical, neurobiological and psychological fields of science. It is important to note that there is no existing evidence that there is a true addictive personality, but it is clearly evident that certain people are predisposed to addictive biological, psychological and environmental factors. The affect of genetics, inheritance, environmental factors and biology on addiction cannot be understated in the world of medicine if an individual is ever to find recovery (Curtiss, 2008).
The strengths of Addictive-Prone Personality Theory lie in the science of the theory. Being...
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