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Hi, need to submit a 500 words essay on the topic Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.Download file to see previous pages Data were extrapolated from an ongoing study on the impact of parental alcoholis
Hi, need to submit a 500 words essay on the topic Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.Download file to see previous pages
Data were extrapolated from an ongoing study on the impact of parental alcoholism on growing children from where the sample sizes were prepared in order to yield statistically significant data. Data was gathered in the form of computer-assisted questionnaires and interviews. The study determined that during the transition period of emerging adulthood to young adulthood, the non-COA were more likely to give up drug abuse and settle down in life by marrying as opposed to children of alcoholic parents who experienced difficulty in leaving drugs as well as settling down in life.
The article conforms to the scientific method in its approach as it takes into consideration an appropriate sample size selected carefully after eliminating demographic variations in order to obtain consistency in results. The study has also been built upon previous inferences on the impact of parental alcoholism on children and the drug use patterns in teenagers and young adults. The data has been collected using previously established and proven methods of information collection and analyzed using accepted statistical techniques.
The accepted APA style has been followed both in layout and the pattern of citation and references. The conclusions have been drawn after accurate and painstaking calculations in accordance with scientifically established norms. The data fully supports and satisfies the conclusion and deductive capabilities of the authors.
The second article is from a general magazine, ‘Psychology Today’ and discusses the phenomenon of alcoholism by following its natural history (Staff, 1993). It attempts to address the issue of alcoholism by elaborating on the pattern of effects at different stages in life. The author suggests that the course of alcoholism follows a remarkably regular pattern in exerting its effects on life as well as health which can be predicted with great accuracy. .