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David Krogh's book is a lively and informative explanation of what is known about this passion for tobacco. Make no mistake, this is not a book about quitting smoking; it is a book about the details of exactly what smoking is. Krogh's clear and engaging prose offers an unusually deep and practical understanding of how addiction happens, and how it might be brought to an end. It's not for nothing that this book was nominated for the . Times Book Prize in the Science & Technology category.
Smoking, the Artificial Passion book. David Krogh's book is a lively and informative explanation of what is known about this passion for tobacco. Thanks David - I must have read every book in the universe on the subject of giving up smoking. I read your book and was able to quit a 16 year pack-a-day habit, because your book was not about giving up smoking, but ABOUT smoking. Eternally grateful, Jason. This book helped me to quit, 2 & 1/2 years ago. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 17 years ago. I had been a reluctant smoker for 30 years, knowing I was killing myself, but incapable of following thru initial enthusiams of quitting for any length of time.
The Artificial Passion. David Krogh is a science writer and the director of communications for the Academic Senate of the University of California. While he has written on physics and technology, his main interest is biology, particularly its history and relationship to American culture. Krough has written several biology textbooks and study guides, as well as Smoking: The Artificial Passion.
Smoking: The Artificial Passion. Smoking - David Krogh. David Krogh offers some fascinating and surprising answers in this critically acclaimed analysis of what doctors and scientists know about the passion for tobacco. This feisty and provocative work gives smokers, ex-smokers, non-smokers, or anyone captivated by the quirkiness of human behavior a better understanding of this complex, deep-rooted habit-and in a broader context, drug use of any kind. June 1993 · Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. New York: Freeman, 1991, 176 pp. PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved). Psychoanalytic Therapy and the Gay Man.
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