The self-perceived survival ability and reproductive fitness (SPFit) theory of substance use disorders

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Newlin, David B. (2002)

A new theory of substance use disorders is proposed—the SPFit theory—that is based on evolutionary biology and adaptive systems. Self‐perceived survival ability and reproductive fitness (SPFit) is proposed as a human psychobiological construct that prioritizes and organ... View more
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