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Drugs: Mind, Body, and Society looks at the psychological, biological and societal effects of drugs from a Canadian perspective. With a multidisciplinary, integrated approach and an emphasis on critical thinking, this text helps students recognize and respect various points of view on drugs.
About the authors
Bruce McKay is the Dean of Human and Social Sciences and a is a professor at Wilfrid Laurier University.
Martha S. Rosenthal is a professor at Florida Gulf Coast University.
"Well written, comprehensible, elaborate, and student-friendly." -Michael Lee, University of Winnipeg
"An excellent textbook - I thoroughly enjoyed reading it in its entirely... It integrates real-life examples and situations, and discusses the implications of drug use from neither a positive nor a negative perspective." -Neil Fournier, Trent University
"This is a wonderful textbook that would serve as a perfect companion for an undergraduate course in Drugs and Behaviour." -Tracey Doucette, University of Prince Edward Island