Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, gave Perry Halkitis’ new book, Methamphetamine Addiction: Biological Foundations, Psychological Factors, and Social Consequences (APA, 2009) a starred review. G.A Blevins of Governors State University wrote: ‘This book is a well-written, well researched, and comprehensive review of the current methamphetamine epidemic that is ravaging the U.S….a timely, useful reference for any health and human services professional or student seeking insight into methamphetamine use and its impact on the users, their associates, and communities.’
Halkitis, professor and associate dean for research and doctoral studies at NYU Steinhardt, is co-editor of Barebacking: Psychosocial and Public Health Approaches (Informa Healthcare, 2006) and HIV+Sex: The Psychosocial and Interpersonal Dynamics of HIV-seriopositive Gay and Bisexual Men’s Relationships (APA, 2005). SciTech Book News called Methamphetamine Addiction ‘a comprehensive look at the methamphetamine epidemic.’
To learn more about methamphetamine addiction and read an interview with the author visit Steinhardt’s Inside Books.