Stanton Peele's Curriculum Vitae

June 2014



January 8, 1946




New Jersey Psychology License #1368 (now inactive)
Member of New Jersey (December, 1997) and New York (March, 1998) Bars (now inactive)


  • Rutgers University Law School - J.D., May 1997.
  • University of Michigan - Ph.D., social psychology, May 1973.
    Woodrow Wilson, U.S. Public Health, and Ford Foundation Fellowships.
  • University of Pennsylvania - B.A., Political Science, May 1967. Mayor's and State Scholarships, cum laude graduate with distinction in major field, best dissertation in the social sciences.


  • Best Chemical Health Career, 2014, Muscala Chemical Health, Minneapolis, MN.
  • One of ten most influential addiction experts in America, 2011, The Fix.
  • Lifetime Achievement Award, 2006, International Network on Personal Meaning, Vancouver.
  • The Creation of the Annual Stanton Peele Lecture, 1998, by the Addiction Studies Program, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Alfred Lindesmith Award, 1994, from the Drug Policy Foundation (now Alliance), Washington, DC/New York.
  • Mark Keller Award, 1989, from the Rutgers Center for Alcohol Studies, New Brunswick, NJ.

Current and Recent Positions:

  • Development of on-line Life Process Program, 2012-present.
  • Developed Life Process Program, the basis for residential treatment at St Gregory Retreat Center. May 2008-2011.
  • Blogger for Psychology Today and Huffington Post. March 2008-present.
  • Forensic psychologist. Criminal responsibility, psychiatric and chemical dependence diagnoses and treatment abuses. 1987-present.
  • Advisor, American Psychiatric Association, DSM-IV-TR section on substance abuse.
  • Adjunct Professor, New School University. 2004-present. Series of workshops on addiction topics, including “The Meaning of Addiction,” “Evidence-Based Therapies or Addiction,” “Harm-Reduction Treatment,” etc.
  • Adjunct Clinical Professor, New York University School of Social Work. 2003-2007, including teaching courses, “History and Theory” and “Treatment Principles and Techniques” in the Post-Master’s Program in the Treatment of Alcohol and Drug
  • Visiting Professor, Bournemouth University, UK. 2003-2010.
  • Addiction consultant. International and national lecturer. 1976-present.
  • Private psychologist, psychological consultant. 1976-2012.
  • Private attorney, New Jersey-New York. 1998-2012.
  • Pool attorney, Morris County Public Defender's Office. 1998-1999, 2001-2003.
  • Editorial Board, Addiction Research. 1994-2002. Associate Editor. 2002-2010.
  • Fellow, Drug Policy Alliance. 1994-present.
  • Member, S.M.A.R.T. Recovery International Advisory Council. 1998-present.
  • Board of Directors, Moderation Management. 1994-2000.

Keynote Lectures and Workshops:

  • “How to Stop Addictive Thinking: The Cause Of, and Cure For, Addiction,” Center for Optimal Living/New School, NYC, 2014
  • “Addiction-Proof Your Child,” The Partnership at Drugfree.Org, 2014
  • “Concepts of Addiction as Causes and Cures,” San Diego Psychological Association, San Diego
  • “Addiction: Myths and Realities: A conversation between Sally Satel, Stanton Peele and John Tierney,” Reason, NYC, 2014
  • “Addiction for the 21st Century,” British Columbia Psychological Association, Vancouver, Canada, 2013
  • “What Will Replace the 12 Steps?” Lower East Side Harm Reduction/New School, NYC, 2013
  • Addiction and Mental Health Seminar, New York University, New York, 2012
  • Edinburgh University, Scotland, 2012
  • Regional Counselors’ Association, Liverpool, 2011.
  • Muscala Chemical Health, Minneapolis, 2011.
  • Forum droghe/Fuoriluogo, Florence, 2010
  • Conférence prononcée aux 30 Journées nationales de l’ANITEA, Paris, 2009
  • Drug Policy Reform Conference, Albuquerque, NM, 2009
  • The Addiction Training Institute Ltd., Trinity College, Dublin, 2007.
  • Diploma in Drug and Alcohol Studies, University of Limerick, Dublin, 2007.
  • Haymarket Center's 13th Annual Summer Institute on Addiction, Chicago, 2007
  • Hungarian Harm Reduction Association (ÁSZ Egyesület) and Correlation Network, Budapest, 2006.
  • Conférence Annuelle sur le Traitement des Dépendances et la Santé Mentale, Régie de la Santé du Restigouche, Campbellton, NB, Canada, 2006.
  • Centre for Addictions Research of British Columbia, University of Victoria, Canada, 2006.
  • (Lifetime Achievement Award Lecture). 4th Biennial International Meaning Conference on Addiction, International Network of Personal Meaning (INPM), Vancouver, Canada, 2006.
  • Unhooked Thinking Conference, National Institute for Mental Health, Bath, UK, 2006.
  • Leading Edge Seminars, Toronto, Canada, 2006.
  • Training Conference Women’s Violence, Association of Emergency Shelters, Ontario, Canada, 2006.
  • The Family Institute of Cambridge, Inc., Watertown, MA, 2005.
  • Minimising the harms of alcohol therapy, Masterclass, Bournemouth University, UK, 2003.
  • Ham reduction therapy, Drug Policy Alliance Biennial Conference, Meadowlands, NJ 2003
  • Pacific Institute of Chemical Dependency, Honolulu, 2002
  • University of Minnesota School of Medicine, Duluth, 2002
  • Haymarket Center's 8th Annual Summer Institute, Chicago, 2002
  • Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, 2002
  • World Forum: Dugs and Dependencies, Montreal, 2002
  • Saskatchewan National Native Addiction Program Proviers, Regina, 2002
  • Trinity College: Addiction Research Centre, Dublin, 2001
  • Measuring Drinking Patterns, Alcohol Problems, and Their Connection, Skarpö, Sweden, 2000
  • 26th Annual Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society, Oslo, 2000
  • L'Ordre des Psycholgues du Québec, Montreal, 2000
  • Ketile Bruun Society Thematic Merting: Natural History of Addictions, Switzerland, 1999
  • Eastern Regional Health Board of Nova Scotia, Cape Bretton, 1999
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York 1999
  • 25th Annual Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society, Montreal, 1999
  • Winter School in the Sun, Alcohol and Drug Foundation, Brisbane, Australia, 1998
  • Inaugural Stanton Peele Lecture, Addiction Studies Program, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 1998
  • Union County NCADD, 1996
  • ICAA Conference on the Prevention and Treatment of Dependencies, Amsterdam, 1996
  • Addictions Forum, Durham, UK, 1996
  • British Columbia Ministry of Health, Conference on Community-Based Tobacco Reduction Strategies, Vancouver, 1995
  • International Conference on Effects of Different Drinking Patterns, ARF, Toronto, 1995
  • 5th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm, Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto, 1994
  • Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies, Brown University, 1993
  • 34th Institute on Addiction Studies, McMaster University, 1993
  • British Columbia Alcohol and Drug Program, Vancouver, 1993
  • 3rd International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm, Melbourne, 1992
  • XIV World Conference on Therapeutic Communities, Montreal, 1991
  • Addiction Research Foundation of Ontario, 40th Anniversary Conference, 1989
  • Relation de Dépendence et Rupture d'un Couple, Montreal, 1989
  • 26th World Conference on Psychology, Sydney, 1988
  • NIAAA National Conference on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 1988
  • Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies Summer School Alumni Institute, 1982
  • National Conference of the Canadian Addiction Research Foundation, Calgary, 1978
Addiction Forum, Durham

Stanton, delivering keynote address to the Addiction Forum, Durham Castle, 1996.


On-line Magazine Articles

  1. Addiction as a social disease. The Fix, May 20, 2014.
  2. Can we all stop pretending that motivational interviewing is compatible with the 12 Steps?, May 20, 2014.
  3. A step too far? Drugs and Drink News, April 14, 2014.
  4. Peele, S. (2014). Why we need to stop Nora Volkow from taking over the world., March 31, 2014.
  5. The hijacking of sobriety by the Recovery Movement., March 22, 2014.
  6. Addicted to brain scans., March, 2014.
  7. George Washington: Boozehound., February 22, 2014.
  8. Why we have drug scares., February 17, 2014.
  9. Philip Seymour Hoffman was taught to be helpless before drugs., February 4, 2014.
  10. Government says you can’t overcome addiction, contrary to what government research shows., February 1, 2014.
  11. You’ve got your nerves in my depression., April 30, 2013.
  12. Online addiction therapy can go viral. The Fix, June 5, 2013.
  13. Addiction myths. RSA Fellowship, Spring, 2012.

Newspaper Articles

  1. What teetotalers may be missing. Los Angeles Times, July 21, 2010, p. A17.
  2. Arrest Michael Phelps! Wall Street Journal, February 5, 2009, p. A13.
  3. Low-budget living not easy. Daily Record (Morris County, NJ), March 7, 2008, p. A11.
  4. Drug use and the candidates: Messrs. Bush and Clinton are likely only the tip of the iceberg. Wall Street Journal, December 31, 2007, p. A13.
  5. Imagining part God plays in 2008 race. Daily Record (Morris County, NJ), December 16, 2007.
  6. Peterson, like O.J., comes off too cool. Daily Record (Morris County, NJ), November 29, 2007, O3.
  7. A toast to the family. Wall Street Journal, August 31, 2007, A9.
  8. Bad advice for Lindsay Lohan. Wall Street Journal, August 7, 2007, A11.
  9. Hail the revelation. A spell in 'rehab' is all the rage among public figures. But what's behind their sudden urge to get clean, and does it send out the wrong messages? The Guardian, October 18, 2006.
  10. (with Amy McCarley). Author's true milestone lost in controversy. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 2, 2006.
  11. Can we cure drug addiction with drug treatments? Response to A. O’Connor, “New ways to loosen addiction’s grip,” New York Times, August 3, 2004, pp. F1, F6.
  12. Why no reduction in depression in America? Hartford Courant, July 7, 2003.
  13. Downey's relapse no surprise. Daily Record (Morris County, NJ), Friday, December 10, 2001.
  14. Everything in moderation. The debate over alcohol: Is one too many? Star Ledger (New Jersey), August 13, 2000, p. 1 (Perspective Section).
  15. McCain has two standards on drug abuse: The GOP candidate is a hawk in the drug war, yet his wife got no penalty, Los Angeles Times, February 14, 2000, p. B5.
  16. Alcoholism and the elderly — The new epidemic? The Star Ledger (Newark), July 29, 1998, p. A19.
  17. Golfer can't blame all his problems on drinking, Daily Record (Morris County, New Jersey), August 22, 1997, p. A19.
  18. Should we continue to wage the drug war? Chasing the dragon, New York Times (Letters), April 14, 1997, p. A16.
  19. Cloning Hitler and Einstein, Daily Record (Morris County, NJ), April 13, 1997, Opinion p. 1.
  20. Send in the clones, Wall Street Journal, March 3, 1997, p. A18.
  21. Don't reward what doesn't work, Addiction: Harvard honors the U.S. drug czar and others for pursuing failed treatments, Are we ready for contrary messages? Los Angeles Times, January 26, 1997.
  22. Tell children the truth about drinking, Los Angeles Times, March 1, 1996. Reprinted in J.A. Hurley (Ed.), Addiction: Opposing viewpoints, San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1999.
  23. What O.J.'s letter didn't say, Los Angeles Times, June 24, 1994 —self-referential letter tends more to prove guilt, not innocence.
  24. Cures depend on attitude, not programs, Los Angeles Times, March 14, 1990—people become addicted to fill needs that are better filled when they cope better.
  25. Ballplayers put a twist on drug 'truths,' Los Angeles Times, October l8, l985 — revelations at ballplayers' drug trial differ from accepted wisdom.
  26. Harsh penalties for drunk driving may miss target, Los Angeles Times, June l9, l985 — let's get the killers in jail while remonstrating social drinkers.
  27. Battered wives: Love and murder, Los Angeles Times, November 28, l984— how psychological explanations can increase family violence.
  28. Bringing up baby in a changing society, Daily Record (Morristown), November l7, l984 — how sex roles have both changed and remained the same.
  29. The special trauma for Jews of Lebanon invasion, Bergen Record, December 24, l982 — liberal Jews increasingly identify with conservative positions.
  30. How we ended crime, Bergen Record, March 20, l98l — by redefining it all as "illness."
  31. Scared crooked, Bergen Record, February 8, l980 — scaring the pants off kids doesn't prevent crime or anything else.
  32. Nonrevealing revelations, Bergen Record, June l3, l979 — autobiographical accounts like Betty Ford's reveal less than they pretend to.

Books and Pamphlets

  1. Peele, S. and Thompson, I. (2014). Recover! Stop Thinking Like an Addict and Reclaim Your Life with The PERFECT Program. Berkeley: Da Capo Press.
  2. Peele, S. (2009). The Life Process Program Family Guide. Des Moines, IA: St. Gregory Retreat Center.
  3. Peele, S. (2009). The Life Process Program. Des Moines, IA: St. Gregory Retreat Center.
  4. Peele, S. (2007). Addiction-Proof Your Child. New York: Three Rivers Press (Crown-Random House).
  5. Peele, S. (2004), 7 Tools to Beat Addiction. New York: Three Rivers Press (Crown-Random House).
  6. Klingemann, H., Sobell, L., Peele, S., et al. (2001), Promoting self-change from problem substance use: Practical implications for policy, prevention and treatment. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer.
  7. Peele, S., Bufe, C., & Brodsky, A. (2000), Resisting 12-step coercion: How to fight forced participation in AA, NA, or 12-step treatment. Tucson, AZ: See Sharp.
  8. Peele, S., & Grant, M. (Eds.) (1999), Alcohol and pleasure: A health perspective. Philadelphia: Brunner/Mazel.
  9. Peele, S., & Brodsky, A., with Arnold, M. (1991), The truth about addiction and recovery: The Life Process Program for outgrowing destructive habits. New York: Simon & Schuster. Paperback edition, New York: Fireside, 1992. (Reviewed by M. A. Hubble, Networker, Nov./Dec. 1991, pp. 79-81; B. L. Benderly, American Health, June 1991, p. 89.) Excerpted as "Are people born alcoholics?" in R. Goldberg (Ed.), Taking sides: Clashing views on controversial issues in drugs and society (2nd ed.), Guilford CT: Dushkin, pp. 223-229, 1996.
  10. Peele, S. (1989), Diseasing of America: Addiction treatment out of control. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books. Paperback edition, Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1991. Paperback reprinted as Diseasing of America: How we allowed recovery zealots and the treatment industry to convince us we are out of control. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1995. (Reviewed by B. G. Orrok, Journal of the American Medical Association, 263, 1990, 2519-2520; P. M. Roman, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Nov. 1991, pp. 617-618; A. P. Leccese, Psychological Record, 1991, pp. 586-587; "Current disease model of addiction is overstated, expert suggests," Psychiatric News March 6, 1992, p. 13; B. Alexander, Reason, Aug./Sept. 1990, pp. 49-50; J. Wallace, "Review completely refutes author's views and opinions," Sober Times, April 1990, p. 17; L. Troiano, "Addicted states of America," American Health, Sept. 1990, p. 28; S. Bernstein, "Addiction and responsibility," Advertising Age, Apr. 2, 1990; F. Riessman, Self-Help Reporter, Summer/Fall, 1990, pp. 4-5; L. Miller, Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 7, 1990, 203-206; D. C. Walsh, "Medicalization run amok?" Health Affairs, Spring 1991, pp. 205-207; W. L. Wilbanks, Justice Quarterly, June 1990, pp. 443-445.) Excerpted in A.T. Rottenberg (Ed.), The structure of argument, Boston: St. Martin's, 1994; in A.T. Rottenberg (Ed.), Elements of argument: A text and reader (4th ed.), Boston: St. Martin's, 1994; in S.O. Lilienfeld (Ed.), Seeing both sides: Classic controversies in abnormal psychology, Pacific Grove: CA: Brooks/Cole, 1995; in J.A. Hurley (Ed.), Addiction: Opposing viewpoints, San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1999; in J.D. Torr (Ed.), Alcoholism: Current Controversies San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, pp. 78-82.
  11. Peele, S. (Ed.) (1987), Visions of addiction: Major contemporary perspectives on addiction and alcoholism. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books. (Reviewed by M. S. Goldman, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 50, 187-188.)
  12. Peele, S. (1985), The meaning of addiction: Compulsive experience and its interpretation. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books. Paperback edition, Lexington, MA: Lexington, 1986. New edition, The meaning of addiction: An unconventional view, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1998. (Reviewed by M. Bean-Bayog, New England Journal of Medicine, 314, 1986, 189-190; G. Edwards, British Journal of Addiction, Dec. 1985, pp. 447-448; J. A. Owen, Hospital Formulary, 21, 1986, 1247-1248; M. Gossop, Druglink, Nov./Dec. 1986, p. 17; C. Holden, "An optimist's guide to addiction," Psychology Today, July 1985, pp. 74-75; M. E. Burglass, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, (vol./date unknown), 107-108; C. Tavris, Vogue, Sept. 1985, p. 316.)
  13. Peele, S. (1984), Self- fulfilling myths of addiction (collection of columns from U.S. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse). Morristown, NJ: Author.
  14. Peele, S. (1983), The science of experience: A direction for psychology. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.
  15. Peele, S. (1983), Don't panic: A parent's guide to understanding and preventing alcohol and drug abuse. Minneapolis: CompCare. Revised and republished, S. Peele & M. Apostolides authors, The Lindesmith Center, New York, 1996.
  16. Peele, S. (1981), How much is too much: Healthy habits or destructive addictions. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Reprinted (2nd ed.) by Human Resources Institute, Morristown, NJ, 1985.
  17. Peele, S. (1980), The addiction experience. Center City, MN: Hazelden. (1) Originally appeared in Addictions, Summer-Fall, 1977, pp. 21-41 and 36-57. Reprinted, 1980; (2) as L'experience de l'assuetude, Faculte de L'education Permanente, Universite de Montreal, 1982; (3) in P.J. Baker & L.E. Anderson (Eds.), Social problems: A critical thinking approach, Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1987; (4) as revised pamphlet, Tempe, AZ: Do It Now Publications.
  18. Peele, S., & Brodsky, A. (1977), Addiction is a social disease. Center City, MN: Hazelden, 1977. Originally appeared in Addictions, Winter, 1976, pp. 12-21
  19. Peele, S., with Brodsky, A. (1975), Love and addiction. New York: Taplinger. New edition, 1991, New York: Penguin USA. Published also — (1) paperback, New York: Signet (New American Library), 1976; 2nd edition, New York: Signet (Penguin USA), 1991; (2) Verslaving aan de liefde, Utrecht: Bruna & Zoon, 1976; (3) London: Sphere Books, 1977. Sections reprinted in (1) Cosmopolitan, August, 1975; (2) K. Low, Prevention (Appendix E), Core knowledge in the drug field, Ottawa: National Health & Welfare, 1978; (3) T.L. Beauchamp, W.T. Blackstone, & J. Feinberg (Eds.), Philosophy and the human condition, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1980; (4) H. Shaffer & M.E. Burglass (Eds.), Classic contributions in the addictions, New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1981; (5) M. Jay (Ed.), Artificial paradises, London: Penguin, 1999. Reviewed by E. Rapping, The Nation, March 5, 1990, pp. 316-319.

Articles and Book Chapters

  1. Peele, S. (2016). People control their addictions. Addictive Behaviors Reports, December 2016, 4, 97–101.
  2. Peele, S. (2015). Why neurobiological models can't contain mental disorder and addiction. The Behavior Therapist, October 2015, 38(7), 218-222.
  3. Peele, S. (2014). A step too far? Drugs and Drink News, April 14, 2014.
  4. Peele, S. (2014). Why we need to stop Nora Volkow from taking over the world., March 31, 2014.
  5. Peele, S. (2014). The hijacking of sobriety by the recovery movement., March 22, 2014.
  6. Peele, S. (2014). Addicted to brain scans. Reason, March, 2014.
  7. Peele, S. (2014). George Washington: Boozehound., February 22, 2014.
  8. Peele, S. (2014). Why we have drug scares., February 17, 2014.
  9. Peele, S. (2014). Philip Seymour Hoffman was taught to be helpless before drugs., February 4, 2014.
  10. Peele, S. (2014). Government says you can't overcome addiction, contrary to what government research shows., February 1, 2014.
  11. Peele, S. (2013). Online addiction therapy can go viralThe Fix, June 5, 2013.
  12. Peele, S. (2013). You’ve got your nerves in my depression: Review of Edward Shorter’s How everyone became depressedReason, April 30, 2013.
  13. Peele, S. (2012).  Addiction mythsRSA Fellowship, Spring, 2012.
  14. Peele, S. (2012). AA and abstinence as prevention techniques. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy DOI: 10.3109/09687637.2012.671861
  15. Peele, S. (2010). Addiction in society: Blinded by biochemistry. Psychology Today, September 1, 2010.
  16. Peele, S. (2010), Alcohol as evil – Temperance and policy. Addiction Research and Theory, August 2010; 18(4): 374–382.
  17. Peele, S. (2010), Civil war in alcohol policy: Northern versus southern Europe. Addiction Research and Theory, August 2010; 18(4): 389–391.
  18. Peele, S. (2010, August 24), The Meaning of Addiction: DSM-5 Gives the Lie to Addiction as a Chronic Brain Disease. Psychiatric Times.
  19. Peele, S. (2009). L’Amérique en guerre contre l’addiction. Psychotropes 15(4), pp. 27-40.
  20. Peele, S. (2007). Addiction as disease: Policy, epidemiology, and treatment consequences of a bad idea. In J. Henningfield, W. Bickel, and P. Santora (Eds.), Addiction Treatment in the 21st Century: Science and Policy Issues. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 2007, pp. 153-163.
  21. Peele, S. (2007). Editorial: The bizarre effort to eliminate underage drinking in the U.S.: A harm reduction approach to youthful drinking. Addiction Research & Theory, 15, 227-229.
  22. Peele, S. (2006). Reducing harms from youth drinking. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 50, 67-87.
  23. Peele, S., & A. McCarley (2006). James Frey’s one true thing. Addiction Research & Theory, 14, 453-461.
  24. Peele, S. (2006, January), Marijuana Is Addictive – So What? The Stanton Peele Addiction Website.
  25. Peele, S. (2005, October), Combating the Addictogenic Culture. The Stanton Peele Addiction Website.
  26. Peele, S. (2004, July-August). Is AA's loss psychology's gain? Monitor on Psychology (American Psychology Association), p. 86.
  27. Peele, S. (2004, May-June). The surprising truth about addition. Psychology Today, pp. 43-46. Reprinted in Dutch in Spuit 11, De verrassende waarheid over verslaving.
  28. Peele, S. (2004), Prescribed addiction, in J. Schaler (Ed.), Szasz under fire, Chicago: Open Court Press.
  29. Peele, S. (2004), The crack baby myth can itself be damaging. The Stanton Peele Addiction Website.
  30. Peele, S. (2003, Spring), The best and the worst of 2002. SMART Recovery News & Views, pp. 5-6.
  31. Peele, S. (2003, Winter). What I discovered among the aboriginals. SMART Recovery News & Views, pp. 5-6.
  32. Peele, S. (2002, August), Harm reduction in clinical practice. Counselor: The Magazine for Addiction Professionals , pp. 28-32.
  33. Peele, S. (2002, Summer), What is harm reduction and how do I practice it? SMART Recovery News & Views , pp. 5-6.
  34. Peele, S. (2002, Spring), Moral entrepreneurs and truth . Smart Recovery News & Views , pp. 8-9.
  35. Peele, S. (2002, May), Hungry for the next fix. Behind the relentless, misguided search for a medical cure for addiction . Reason , pp. 32-36. Reprinted in H.T. Wilson (ed.), Drugs, society, and behavior, Dubuque, IA: Dushkin, 2004, pp. 28-34.
  36. Peele, S. (2001, February), Is gambling an addiction like alcohol and drug addiction?: Developing realistic and useful conceptions of compulsive gambling. Electronic Journal of Gambling Issues: eGambling 3 [online], Reprinted in G. Reith (Ed.), Gambling: Who wins? Who loses? Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.
  37. Peele, S. (2001), American Heart Association advisory, "Wine and Your Heart," is not science-based . Circulation , 104 , e73.
  38. Peele, S. (2001, May), The end of drunkenness? International Center for Alcohol Policies, Website: Invited Opinion , May, 2001 < > (reprinted with permission).
  39. Peele, S. (2001, Summer), Change is natural. This is why therapists and helpers must embrace natural processes. SMART Recovery News & Views , pp. 7-8.
  40. Peele, S. (2001, July/August), The world as addict. Review of Forces of habit: Drugs and the making of the modern world, by D.E. Courtwright. Psychology Today, p. 72.
  41. Peele, S. (2001), Will the Internet encourage or combat addiction? Review of Telematic Drug and Alcohol Prevention: Guidelines and Experience from Prevnet Euro. Nordisk alkohol- & narkotikatidskrift, 18(1), 114-118.
  42. Peele, S. (2001), Whose spirits have been broken anyway? Review of Broken spirits: Power and ideas in Nordic alcohol control. Nordisk alkohol- & narkotikatidskrift, 18(1), 106-110.
  43. Peele, S. (2001, May), Drunk with power. The case against court-imposed 12-step treatments. Reason, pp. 34-38.
  44. Peele, S. (2001, February), The new consensus—"Treat 'em or jail 'em" —is worse than the old. DPFT News (Drug Policy Forum of Texas), pp. 1; 3-4.
  45. Peele, S. (2001), Is gambling an addiction like drug and alcohol addiction? Developing realistic and useful conceptions of compulsive gambling. Electronic Journal of Gambling Issues: eGambling, [On-line serial], 1(3).
  46. Peele, S. (2001, Winter), Court-ordered treatment for drug offenders is much better than prison: Or is it? Reconsider Quarterly, pp. 20-23.
  47. Peele, S. (2000), What addiction is and is not: The impact of mistaken notions of addiction. Addiction Research, 8, 599-607.
  48. Peele, S., & A. Brodsky (2000), Exploring psychological benefits associated with moderate alcohol use: A necessary corrective to assessments of drinking outcomes? Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 60, 221-247.
  49. Peele, S. (2000, November), After the crash. Reason, pp. 41-44.
  50. Peele, S. (2000), Foreword to Rebecca Fransway's 12-step horror stories: True tales of misery, betrayal and abuse. Tucson, AZ: See Sharp Press.
  51. Peele, S. (2000), The road to hell. Review of Mental hygiene: Classroom films — 1945-1970. International Journal of Drug Policy, 11, 245-250.
  52. Peele, S. (2000, Summer), Sex, drugs and dependency: When does too much of a good thing become a 'behavioural disease'? Last Magazine, p. 56.
  53. Peele, S. (1999, May 12), Growing heroin use among the young and affluent? New York Times.
  54. Peele, S. (1999), Foreword. In: R. Granfield & W. Cloud, Coming clean: Overcoming addiction without treatment. New York City: NYU Press, pp. ix-xii.
  55. Peele, S. (1999, October), Bottle battle (conflict over labels on alcoholic beverages and U.S. Dietary Guideliness). Reason, pp. 52-54.
  56. Peele, S. (1999, August), The persistent, dangerous myth of heroin overdose. DPFT News (Drug Policy Forum of Texas), p. 5.
  57. Peele, S. (1999), Promoting positive drinking: Alcohol, necessary evil or positive good? In S. Peele & M. Grant (Eds.), Alcohol and pleasure: A health perspective. Philadelphia: Brunner/Mazel, pp. 375-389.
  58. Brodsky, A., & Peele, S. (1999), Psychosocial benefits of moderate alcohol consumption: Alcohol's role in a broader conception of health and well-being. In S. Peele & M. Grant (Eds.), Alcohol and pleasure: A health perspective. Philadelphia: Brunner/Mazel, pp. 187-207.
  59. Peele, S. (1999), Introduction. In S. Peele & M. Grant (Eds.), Alcohol and pleasure: A health perspective. Philadelphia: Brunner/Mazel, pp. 1-7.
  60. Peele, S. (1999), Is sex really addictive? Review of Sexual addiction: An inegrated approach. Contemporary Psychology, 44, 154-156.
  61. Peele, S. (1999), The fix is in: A commentary on The fix (Massing, 1998) and "An informed approach to substance abuse" (Kleiman, 1998). International Journal of Drug Policy, 10, 9-16.
  62. Husak, D., & Peele, S. (1998), "One of the major problems of our society": Symbolism and evidence of drug harms in U.S. Supreme Court decisions. Contemporary Drug Problems, 25, 191-233.
  63. Peele, S. & DeGrandpre, R.J. (1998), Cocaine and the concept of addiction: Environmental factors in drug compulsions. Addiction Research, 6, 235-263.
  64. Peele, S. (1998, Spring), Ten radical things NIAAA research shows about alcoholism. The Addictions Newsletter (The American Psychological Association, Division 50) (Vol 5, No. 2), pp. 6; 17-19.
  65. Peele, S. (1998, March/April), All wet: The gospel of abstinence and twelve-step, studies show, is leading American alcoholics astray. The Sciences, pp. 17-21.
  66. Peele, S. & Brodsky, A. (1998), Gateway to nowhere: How alcohol came to be scapegoated for drug abuse. Addiction Research, 5, 419-426.
  67. Peele, S. (1998), Introduction to Charles Bufe's AA: Cult or cure?. Tucson, AZ: See Sharp Press.
  68. Peele, S. (1997, November 11), Making excuses. Betrayed men and battered women get away with murder. National Review, pp. 50-51.
  69. Peele, S. (1997, August 11), Alcoholic denial. The government's prejudice against alcohol is a hangover from Prohibition. National Review, pp. 45-46. Reprinted in W. Dudley (Ed.), Opposing viewpoints in social issues, San Diego, CA: Greenhaven.
  70. Peele, S. (1997), Introduction to Ken Ragge's The real AA. In: Ken Ragge, The Real AA. Tucson, AZ: See Sharp Press.
  71. Peele, S. (1997), A brief history of the National Council on Alcoholism through pictures. Amsterdam: The Stanton Peele Addiction Website.
  72. Peele, S. (1997), R. Brinkley Smithers: The financier of the modern alcoholism movement. Amsterdam: The Stanton Peele Addiction Website.
  73. Peele, S. (1997, May-June), Bait and switch in project MATCH; What NIAAA research actually shows about alcohol treatment. In PsychNews International, Vol. 2.
  74. Peele, S. (1997), Utilizing culture and behaviour in epidemiological models of alcohol consumption and consequences for Western nations. Alcohol & Alcoholism, 32, 51-64.
  75. Peele, S. (1996), Introduction to Audrey Kishline's Moderate drinking: The Moderation Management guide for people who want to reduce their drinking. New York: Crown.
  76. Peele, S. (1996), The reults for drug reform goals of shifting from interdiction/punishment to treatment, PsychNews International, 1(6) (presented at 10th International Conference on Drug Policy Reform, Washington, DC, Nov. 6-9).
  77. Peele, S. & Brodsky, A. (1996), Alcohol and society: How culture influences the way people drink. San Francisco: Wine Institute.
  78. Peele, S. & Brodsky, A. (1996), The antidote to alcohol abuse: Sensible drinking messages. In A.L. Waterhouse & J.M. Rantz (Eds.), Wine in context: Nutrition, physiology, policy (proceedings of the Symposium on Wine & Health 1996). Davis, CA: American Society for Enology and Viticulture, pp. 66-70.
  79. Peele, S. (1996, September/October), Recovering from an all-or-nothing approach to alcohol. Psychology Today, pp. 35-43, 68-70.
  80. Peele, S. (1996), Assumptions about drugs and the marketing of drug policies. In W.K. Bickel & R.J. DeGrandpre (Eds.), Drug policy and human nature: Psychological perspectives on the prevention, management, and treatment of illicit drug abuse. New York: Plenum, pp. 199-220.
  81. Peele, S. (1996), Should physicians recommend alcohol to their patients?: Yes. Priorities, 8(1): 24-29.
  82. Peele, S. (1996, April), Getting wetter?: Signs of a shift in attitudes towards alcohol. Reason, pp. 58-61. Reprinted in J.D. Torr (Ed.), Alcoholism: Current Controversies San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, pp. 44-49.
  83. Peele, S. (1996, March/April), Telling children all drinking is bad is simply not true. Healthy Drinking.
  84. Peele, S. (1995), Culture, alcohol, and health: The consequences of alcohol consumption among western nations, paper presented at International Conference on Social and Health Effects of Different Drinking Patterns, Toronto, Ontario, November 13-17.
  85. Peele, S. & DeGrandpre, R.J. (1995, July/August), My genes made me do it: Debunking current genetic myths. Psychology Today, pp. 50-53, 62-68. Reprinted in M.R. Merrens & G.G. Brannigan (Eds.), Experiences in personality: Research, assessment, and change, New York: Wiley, 1998, pp. 119-126; excerpted in CQ (Congressional Quarterly) Researcher, Biology and behavior: How much do our genes drive the way we act?, April 3, 1998, 8(13), p. 305.
  86. Peele, S. (1995), Existential causes of drug abuse. In Jaffe, J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Drugs and Alcohol (New York: Macmillan).
  87. Peele, S. (1995), Controlled drinking vs. abstinence. In Jaffe, J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Drugs and Alcohol (New York: Macmillan), pp. 92-97.
  88. Peele, S. (1995), Abstinence versus controlled drinking. In Jaffe, J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Drugs and Alcohol (New York: Macmillan), p. 92.
  89. Peele, S. (1994, November 7), Hype overdose. The mainstream press automatically accepts reports of heroin overdoses, no matter how thin the evidence. National Review, pp. 59-60.
  90. Harburg, E., Gleiberman, L., DiFranceisco, W., & Peele, S. (1994), Towards a concept of sensible drinking and an illustration of measurement. Alcohol & Alcoholism, 29, 439-50.
  91. Peele, S. (1994, Feb), Cost-effective treatments for substance abuse: Avoid throwing the baby out with the bath water. Medical Interface, pp. 78-84.
  92. Peele, S. (1993), The conflict between public health goals and the temperance mentality. American Journal of Public Health, 83, 805-810. Reprinted as "Should moderate alcohol consumption be encouraged?" in R. Goldberg (Ed.), Taking sides: Clashing views on controversial issues in drugs and society (2nd ed.), Guilford CT: Dushkin, pp. 150-159, 1996.
  93. Peele, S. et al. (1992), Contraceptive pharmacoeconomics: A roundtable discussion. Medical Interface, Supplement.
  94. Peele, S. (1992, Oct/Nov), The diseased society. Journal (Ontario Addiction Research Foundation), pp. 7-8.
  95. Peele, S. (1992), Challenging the traditional addiction concepts (Images of addiction and self-control). In P. A. Vamos & P. J. Corriveau (Eds.), Drugs and society to the year 2000 (Montreal: Proceedings of the XIV World Conference on Therapeutic Communities), pp. 251-262.
  96. Peele, S. (1992) Why is everybody always pickin' on me: A response to comments. Addictive Behaviors, 17, 83-93.
  97. Peele, S. (1992), Alcoholism, politics, and bureaucracy: The consensus against controlled-drinking therapy in America. Addictive Behaviors, 17, 49-62.
  98. Peele, S. (1992, March), The bottle in the gene. Review of Alcohol and the Addictive Brain, by Kenneth Blum, with James E. Payne. Reason, 51-54.
  99. Peele, S., & Brodsky, A. (1991, February), What's up to doc? (Coerced medical treatment). Reason, pp. 34-36.
  100. Peele, S. (1991), What works in addiction treatment and what doesn't: Is the best therapy no therapy? International Journal of the Addictions, 25, 1409-1419.
  101. Peele, S. (1991, December), What we now know about treating alcoholism and other addictions . Harvard Mental Health Letter, pp. 5-7, reprinted in R. Hornby (Ed.), Alcohol and Native Americans (Rosebud, SD: Sinte Gleska University), pp. 91-94
  102. Peele, S. (1991, May), Smoking: Cold turkey (quitting smoking). Reason, pp. 54-55.
  103. Peele, S. (1991, April), Mad lib (review of Madness in the Streets and Out of Bedlam). Reason, pp. 53-55.
  104. Peele, S. (1991), Herbert Fingarette, radical revisionist: Why are people so upset with this retiring philosopher? In M. Bockover (ed.), Rules, Rituals, and Responsibility (Chicago: Open Court), pp. 37-53.
  105. Peele, S. (1991, August/September), Getting away with murder (the battered-woman defense). Reason, pp. 40-41.
  106. Peele, S. (1991), Commentary on "The lay treatment community," in P.E. Nathan et al. (Eds.), Annual Review of Addictions Research and Treatment (New York: Pergamon), pp. 387-388.
  107. Peele, S. (1991, December), Asleep at the switch (random drug testing of transportation workers). Reason, pp. 63-65.
  108. Brodsky, A. & Peele, S. (1991, November), AA Abuse (coerced treatment). Reason, pp. 34-39.
  109. Peele, S. (1990), Why and by whom the American alcoholism treatment industry is under siege. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 22, 1-13.
  110. Peele, S. (1990), A values approach to addiction: Drug policy that is moral rather than moralistic. Journal of Drug Issues, 20, 639-646.
  111. Peele, S. (1990, August), Second thoughts about a gene for alcoholism. The Atlantic, pp. 52-58. Translated (Russian) in America Illustrated (Washington, DC: U.S. Information Agency), 1990; reprinted in California Prevention Network Journal, Fall 1990, pp. 30-36; in K.G. Duffy (Ed.), Personal Growth and Behavior (Guilford, CT: Dushkin), 1991, pp. 78-83; in E. Goode, Drugs, Society, and Behavior, (Guilford, CT: Dushkin), 1991, pp. 84-89.
  112. Peele, S. (1990), Research issues in assessing addiction treatment efficacy: How cost effective are Alcoholics Anonymous and private treatment centers? Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 25, 179-182.
  113. Peele, S. (1990), Personality and alcoholism: Establishing the link. In D.A. Ward (Ed.), Alcoholism: Introduction to theory and treatment (3rd ed.), Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt, 1990, pp. 131-146.
  114. Peele, S. (1990, July), The new thalidomide (drinking and pregnancy). Reason, pp. 41-42.
  115. Peele, S. (1990, February), "Control yourself." Reason, pp. 23-25. Reprinted as "Does addiction excuse thieves and killers from criminal responsibility?" in A.S. Trebach & K.B. Zeese (Eds.), Drug policy: A reformer's catalogue, Washington, DC: Drug Policy Foundation, 1989, pp. 201-207; International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 13, 95-101, 1990. Excerpted in Washington Post, January 17, 1990, p. A20.
  116. Peele, S. (1990), Behavior in a vacuum: Social-psychological theories of addiction that deny the social and psychological meanings of behavior. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 11, 513-530.
  117. Peele, S. (1990), Addiction as a cultural concept. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 602, 205-220.
  118. Peele, S. (1989, July/August), Ain't misbehavin': Addiction has become an all-purpose excuse. The Sciences, pp. 14-21. Translated (Dutch) in Psychologie, February, 1991, pp. 31-33; Reprinted in R. Atwan (Ed.), Our Times/2, Boston: Beford, 405-416.
  119. Peele, S. (1988), The single greatest antidote to and preventative for addiction. In W. Swift & J. Greeley (Eds.), The future of the addiction model, Kensington, New South Wales, Australia: National Drug & Alcohol Research Centre, pp. 11-21. Excerpted in Druglink, Nov./Dec., 1992, p. 14.
  120. Peele, S. (1988), How strong is the steel trap? (Review of The steel drug: Cocaine in perspective), Contemporary Psychology, 33, 144-145.
  121. Peele, S. (1988), Fools for love: The romantic ideal, psychological theory, and addictive love. In R.J. Sternberg & M.L. Barnes (Eds.), The anatomy of love, New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. 159-188.
  122. Peele, S. (1988), Can we treat away our alcohol and drug problems or is the current treatment binge doing more harm than good? Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 20(4), 375-383.
  123. Peele, S. (1988, September), Are psychology and addictionology disparate activities? Invited address, 26th World Congress on Psychology, Sydney, Australia.
  124. Levitt, S. & Peele, S. (1988, July), Training together: How to have a good time in an unequal partnership. Sports Fitness, pp. 80-83, 107-108.
  125. Peele, S. (1987), Why do controlled-drinking outcomes vary by country, era, and investigator?: Cultural conceptions of relapse and remission in alcoholism. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 20, 173-201.
  126. Peele, S. (1987), What can we expect from treatment for adolescent drug and alcohol abuse? Pediatrician, 14, 62-69.
  127. Peele, S. (1987), Running scared: We're too frightened to deal with the real issues in adolescent substance abuse. Health Education Research, 2, 423-432.
  128. Peele, S. (1987), Review of Psychological theories of drinking and alcoholism, by H. Blane and K. Leonard (Eds.). Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 1, 120-125.
  129. Peele, S. (1987, Jan-Feb), Review of J. Orford, "Excessive appetites: A psychological view of the addictions." Druglink, p. 16.
  130. Peele, S. (1987), What does addiction have to do with level of consumption? A response to R. Room. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 48: 84-89. Excerpted in Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application, 6, 52-54, 1987.
  131. Peele, S. (1987), A moral vision of addiction: How people's values determine whether they become and remain addicts. Journal of Drug Issues, 17, 187-215. Republished in S. Peele (Ed.), Visions of addiction, Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1987.
  132. Peele, S. (1987), The limitations of control-of-supply models for explaining and preventing alcoholism and drug addiction. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 48, 61-77. Excerpted in Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application, 6, 46-48, 1987. Awarded 1989 Mark Keller Award for best article in JSA, 1987-1988.
  133. Peele, S. (1987), Introduction: The nature of the beast. Journal of Drug Issues, 17, 1-7. Republished in S. Peele, (Ed.), Visions of addiction, Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1987.
  134. Peele, S. (1987), The disease theory of alcoholism from an interactionist perspective: The consequences of self-delusion. Drugs & Society, 2, 147-170. Republished in book form, in B. Segal, Perspectives on personality-environment interaction and drug-taking behavior, New York: Haworth Press, 1987, pp. 147-170.
  135. Peele, S. (1986, March), Start making sense: If you want to think straight about drugs and ball players, forget about the so-called truths. Sports Fitness, pp. 48-50, 77-78.
  136. Peele, S. (1986), Personality, pathology, and the act of creation: The case of Alfred Hitchcock. Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, 9, 202- 218. Summarized in Wilson Quarterly, New Year's, 1987.
  137. Peele, S. (1986, October), Obsession with fitness: Addiction isn't healthy even when your fix is working out. Sports Fitness, pp. 13-15, 58.
  138. Peele, S. (1986), The life study of alcoholism: Putting drunkenness in biographical context. Bulletin of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors, 5, 49- 53.
  139. Peele, S. (1986), The implications and limitations of genetic models of alcoholism and other addictions. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 47, 63- 73. Reprinted in D.A. Ward (Ed.), Alcoholism: Introduction to theory and treatment (3rd ed.), Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt, 1990, pp. 131-146.
  140. Peele, S. (1986), The dominance of the disease theory in American ideas about and treatment of alcoholism. American Psychologist, 41, 323- 324, 1986. (comment)
  141. Peele, S. (1986), Denial — of reality and freedom — in addiction research and treatment. Bulletin of the Society of Psychologists in the Addictive Behaviors, 5, 149-166.
  142. Peele, S. (1986), The "cure" for adolescent drug abuse: Worse than the problem? Journal of Counseling and Development, 65, 23- 24.
  143. Peele, S. (1985), What treatment for addiction can do and what it can't; What treatment for addiction should do and what it shouldn't. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 2, 225- 228.
  144. Peele, S. (1985), What I would most like to know: How can addiction occur with other than drug involvements? British Journal of Addiction, 80, 23- 25.
  145. Peele, S. (1985), The pleasure principle in addiction. Journal of Drug Issues, 15, 193- 201.
  146. Peele, S. (1985, September), Does your office have bad habits? American Health, pp. 39- 43.
  147. Peele, S. (1985, January/February), Change without pain: How to achieve moderation in an age of excess. American Health, pp. 36- 39. Syndicated as a Washington Post feature.
  148. Peele, S. (1985), Behavior therapy- - the hardest way: Controlled drinking and natural remission from alcoholism. In G.A. Marlatt et al., Abstinence and controlled drinking: Alternative treatment goals for alcoholism and problem drinking? Bulletin of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors, 4, 141- 147.
  149. Peele, S. (1984, Spring), Review of R. Hodgson & P. Miller, "Selfwatching: Addictions, habits, compulsions and what to do about them." Druglink, pp. 36- 38.
  150. Peele, S. (1984, December), The question of personality. Psychology Today, pp. 54- 56.
  151. Peele, S. (1984, March/April), The new prohibitionists: Our attitudes toward alcoholism are doing more harm than good. The Sciences, pp. 14-19. Reprinted in R. Pihl (Ed.), Readings in abnormal psychology, Lexington, MA: Gunn, 1984. Summarized in Wilson Quarterly, Summer, 1984.
  152. Peele, S. (1984, September/October), Influencing children's use of drugs: The family's role in values communication. Focus on Family, 1984, pp. 5; 42- 43. Reprinted in Addictive behavior: Drug and alcohol abuse, Englewood, CO: Morton, 1985.
  153. Peele, S. (1984), The cultural context of psychological approaches to alcoholism: Can we control the effects of alcohol? American Psychologist, 39, 1337- 1351. Reprinted in W.R. Miller (Ed.), Alcoholism: Theory, research, and treatment, Lexington, MA: Gunn, 1985. Excerpted in T. Blake (Ed.), Enduring issues in psychology, San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 1995, pp. 173-185.
  154. Peele, S. (1983, April), Through a glass darkly: Can some alcoholics learn to drink in moderation? Psychology Today, pp. 38-42. Reprinted — (1) as Au plus profond d'un verre, Psychotropes, 2(1), 23- 26, 1985; (2) in P. Park & W. Matveychuk (Eds.), Culture and politics of drugs, Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 1986; (3) in W.B. Rucker & M.E. Rucker (Eds.), Drugs society and behavior 86/87, Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1986.
  155. Peele, S. (1983, June 26), Disease or defense? Review of G.E. Vaillant's "The natural history of alcoholism." New York Times Book Review, p. 10.
  156. Peele, S. (1983, September/October), Out of the habit trap: How people cure addictions on their own. American Health, pp. 42-47. Reprinted — (1) as The best way to stop is to stop, Eastern Review, November, 1983; (2) in Health 84/85, Annual Editions, Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1984; (3) as Hors du piege de l'habitude, Psychotropes, 1(3), 19- 23; (4) in R.S. Lazarus & A. Monat (Eds.), Stress and coping: An anthology (2nd ed.), New York: Columbia University Press, 1985; (5) in W.B. Rucker & M.E. Rucker (Eds.), Drugs society and behavior 86/87, Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1986; (6) in Best of the first five years of American Health, August, 1987.
  157. Peele, S. (1983), Is alcoholism different from other substance abuse? American Psychologist, 38, 963- 964. (comment)
  158. Peele, S. (1982), Why do some people eat until they become fat? American Psychologist, 37, 106. (comment).
  159. Peele, S. (1982), Love, sex, drugs, and other magical solutions to life. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 14, 125- 131.
  160. Peele, S. (1981), Reductionism in the psychology of the eighties: Can biochemistry eliminate addiction, mental illness, and pain? American Psychologist, 36, 807- 818.
  161. Peele, S. (1980), Addiction to an experience: A social-psychological- pharmacological theory of addiction. In D.J. Lettieri, M. Sayers, and H.W. Pearson (Eds.), Theories on drug abuse: Selected contemporary perspectives. Rockville, MD: NIDA Research Monograph Series (#30). Reprinted as La dependence a l`egard d'une experience, Psychotropes, 1(1), 80- 84, 1983.
  162. Peele, S. (1980), Addiction to an experience. American Psychologist, 35, 1047- 1048. (comment)
  163. Peele, S. (1979), Redefining addiction II: The meaning of addiction in our lives. Journal of Psychedelic Drugs, 11, 289- 297.
  164. Peele, S., & Reising, T. (1978), U.S. Department of Health Education and Welfare. In J.L. Bower & C.J. Christenson (Eds.), Public management: Texts and cases, Homewood, IL: Irwin.
  165. Peele, S. (1978, August), Is there a solution for addiction? Edmonton, Alberta: Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission. Keynote address to Annual Conference of the Canadian Addiction Research Foundation, Calgary.
  166. Peele, S. (1978, September), Addiction: The analgesic experience. Human Nature, pp. 61- 67. Reprinted as Addiction: Relief from life's pains, Washington Post, October 1, 1978, pp. C1, C5.
  167. Peele, S. (1977), Redefining addiction I: Making addiction a scientifically and socially useful concept. International Journal of Health Services, 7, 103- 124.
  168. Morse, S.J., Peele, S., & Richardson, J. (1977), In- group/out-group perceptions among temporary collectivities: Cape Town's beaches. South African Journal of Psychology, 7, 35- 44.
  169. Morse, S.J., Gergen, K.J., Peele, S., & van Ryneveld, J. (1977), Reactions to receiving expected and unexpected help from a person who violates or does not violate a norm. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 13, 397- 402.
  170. Peele, S. (1976, April), Review of W. Glasser's "Positive addiction." Psychology Today, p. 36.
  171. Peele, S., & Brodsky, A. (1975), Alcoholism and drug addiction. In R. Stark (Ed.), Social Problems. New York: CRM/Random House.
  172. Peele, S., & Brodsky, A. (1975, November), Addicted to food. Life and Health, pp. 18- 21.
  173. Morse, S.J., & Peele, S. (1975), The White electorate as a potential source of political change in South Africa: An empirical assessment. In S.J. Morse & C. Orpen (Eds.), Contemporary South Africa: Social psychological perspectives. Cape Town: Juta.
  174. Morse, S.J., & Peele, S. (1975), A socioeconomic and attitudinal comparison of White and Coloured adults in Cape Town. In S.J. Morse & C. Orpen (Eds.), Contemporary South Africa: Social psychological perspectives. Cape Town: Juta.
  175. Peele, S., & Morse, S.J. (1974), Ethnic voting and political change in South Africa. American Political Science Review, 68, 1520- 1541.
  176. Peele, S., & Brodsky, A. (1974, August), Love can be an addiction. Psychology Today, pp. 22- 26. Reprinted — (1) as L'amour peut etre drogue, Psychologie, 1975; (2) in Readings in personality and adjustment, Annual Editions, Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1978.
  177. Peele, S. (1974), The psychology of organizations. In K. Gergen (Ed.), Social psychology: Explorations in understanding. Del Mar, CA: CRM.
  178. Morse, S.J., & Peele, S. (1974), "Coloured Power" or "Coloured Bourgeoisie"?: A survey of political attitudes among Coloureds in South Africa. Public Opinion Quarterly, 38, 317- 334. Runner- up prize in intergroup relations of Society of the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Summarized in Human Behavior, July, 1975.
  179. Peele, S. & Morse, S.J. (1973), The thrill of the chase: A study of achievement motivation and dating behavior. Irish Journal of Psychology, 2, 65- 77.
  180. Morse, S.J., & Peele, S. (1971), A study of participants in an anti- Vietnam War demonstration. Journal of Social Issues, 27, 113- 136.
  181. Veroff, J., & Peele, S. (1969), Initial effects of desegregation on the achievement motivation of black elementary school children. Journal of Social Issues, 25, 71- 91.
  182. Peele, S., & Morse, S.J. (1969), On studying a social movement. Public Opinion Quarterly, 33, 409- 411.