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The loss of one electron often turns an atom from negative to positive.
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Here is a version of the Jellinek Chart showing the valley curve of alcoholism. The so-called "Jellinek curve" is derived from a alcoholism classification of E.M.Jellinek, and it was named out of respect for Jellinek’s work. Jellinek later completely dissociated himself from this chart's representations, however it is still known as the "Jellinek curve".
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The Alcoholism Chart show an approximate representation of the decline of the alcoholic and the recuperative process once the disease of alcoholism is arrested and recovery is actively pursued.
Several events are significant in the gradual evolution of the notion that "alcoholism" is both
Alcoholism in the Bible
The early Christian, Paul of Tarsus described a similar state of affairs as alcoholism:
Alcoholism as a Disease in Early Western Medicine
The Scottish physician Thomas Trotter (1760-1832), was the first to characterize excessive drinking as a disease, or medical condition.
The American physician Benjamin Rush (1745-1813), a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence.
Rush’s contribution to a new model of habitual drunkenness was fourfold:
The French Psychologist, Théodule Ribot (1839-1916), spoke of Les Maladies de la volonté or "diseases of the will"
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