Individual experiences on what led to substance addiction.
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Background: Substance use disorder has been described as a cluster of cognitive, behavioural and physiological symptoms indicating that an individual continues using the substance despite significant substance –related problems (DSM-V, 2013). There is a numerous amount of research that has proposed the variety of risk factors that may influence an individual into developing substance use disorder. However, there is little qualitative research that has explored individual accounts on what led them to develop this.
BSc (Hons) Psychology
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