The Disease Theory of Alcoholism and Addiction
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
- Peele, S. (1984), The cultural context of psychological approaches to alcoholism: Can we control the effects of alcohol? American Psychologist, 39, 1337-1351.
- Peele, S. (1991), Herbert Fingarette, Radical Revisionist: Why are people so upset with this retiring philosopher? In: Mary I. Bockover (Ed.), Rules, Rituals and Responsibility: Essays Dedicated to Herbert Fingarette. La Salle, IL: Open Court. pp. 37-53.
- 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. pp. 153-163.
- Peele, S. (1984, March/April), The new prohibitionists: Our attitudes toward alcoholism are doing more harm than good. The Sciences, pp. 14-19.
- Peele, S. (Winter, 2003), What I discovered among the aboriginals. SMART Recovery News & Views, pp. 5-6.
- Peele, S. (2018), In 2018, the Temperance Movement Still Grips America. Filter, September 25, 2018.
- Peele, S. (1997), R. Brinkley Smithers: The financier of the modern alcoholism movement. The Stanton Peele Addiction Website.
- Peele, S. (1997), A brief history of the National Council on Alcoholism through pictures. The Stanton Peele Addiction Website.
- Peele, S. (2015, March 19), Recovery Narratives at War in the New York Times. The Stanton Peele Addiction Web Site.
- Peele, S. (2015, December 11), Why we will never solve our heroin/addiction issues, in six easy points, AKA "the middle-class heroin epidemic". The Stanton Peele Addiction Web Site.