Use the icons on the right to link to our expanding resource list, topical commentaries on research issues and how they affect clinical policy and practice, profiles of addiction researchers funded by the SSA, links to the SSA's two journals, Addiction and Addiction Biology, and information about books produced with the support of the SSA.

  • Resources

    Resources

  • Commentary

    Commentary

  • Profiles

    Profiles

  • Journals

    Journals

  • Books

    Books & Publications

Resources

A searchable, annotated list of web-based resources of interest to the research community, including prevalence data, epidemiology, systematic reviews, research reports, journals and databases. Also see the link to Drug & Alcohol Findings for the Drug and Alcohol Matrices, and commentaries on key research papers.

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Commentary

A collection of commentaries on research into addiction in its various forms.

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Researcher Profiles

This section has information about researchers supported by funding from the SSA. Click on the photographs below to learn more about their research, or use the filter to the right of the screen to view winners of the Fred Yates Award, SSA Academic Fellows, or SSA-funded PhD students.

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Ms Helen Crosby
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Dr Simon Adamson
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Mr. Jaime Delgadillo
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Dr Caitlin Notley
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Dr Jodie Trafton
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Dr Jamie Brown

Journals

Addiction publishes peer-reviewed research reports on pharmacological and behavioural addictions, bringing together research conducted within many different disciplines.  Addiction’s scope spans clinical, epidemiological, human experimental, policy, and historical research relating to any activity that has addictive potential. In addition to original research, the journal features editorials, commentaries, reviews, interviews, letters, and book reviews.

 

Addiction Biology is focused on neuroscience contributions and it aims to advance our understanding of the action of drugs of abuse and addictive processes. Papers are accepted in both animal experimentation or clinical research. The content is geared towards behavioral, molecular, genetic, biochemical, neuro-biological and pharmacology aspects of these fields.

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Books & Publications

The SSA has provided financial support for the following books.  Click on the cover of each book for a summary and information on how to purchase.

 

Thomas F. Babor et al.

Publishing Addiction Science, second edition

 

Thomas F. Babor et al.

Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity, second edition

 

Thomas F. Babor et al.

Drug Policy and the Public Good