Addiction and Voluntariness: Five “Challenges” to Address in Moving the Discussion Forward

Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 28 (4):677-694 (2019)
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Abstract

:The question as to whether people with an addiction have control over their addiction, and voluntarily decide to use substances is an ongoing source of controversy in the context of research on addiction, health policy and clinical practice. We describe and discuss a set of five challenges for further research into voluntariness based on our own research experiences and those of others.

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