Narcotics Psychedelics and Cocaine

Cultural recipes for moderate consumption of alcohol and other drugs have been developed, although systematic cross-cultural empirical support for these models is weak. One cross-cultural survey of addictive (loss-of-control) behavior is MacAndrew and Edgerton's (1969) Drunken Comportment, which describes cultural beliefs that encourage overconsumption and drunken excesses. Yet cultural attitudes about alcohol and other drugs in relation to their misuse are generally regarded as cultural oddities, rather than scientifically meaningful factors in models of addiction.

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