A fun quiz for wannabe Sinclair Method experts.
Who wrote The Cure for Alcoholism?
In 1968 David Sinclair discovered that certain people were strongly motivated to drink alcohol because...
Naltrexone and nalmefene work by blocking...
The "golden rule" for success with The Sinclair Method is:
Claudia Christian's 2014 documentary about The Sinclair Method was called:
Though naloxone was used in Sinclair's animal trials with specially bred rats, nalmefene and naltrexone (naloxone's sister drugs) were used in the human trials because:
Ultimately, Sinclair's theory of reinforcement ("learning") and extinction ("unlearning") when it applies to alcohol addiction owes a debt to the research of:
In the foreword for The Cure for Alcoholism, David Sinclair describes the traditional treatment method for alcohol addiction as:
According to page 44 of The Cure for Alcoholism, opioid antagonists such as naltrexone and nalmefene should not generally be prescribed with abstinence because:
Though naloxone has not been used to treat alcohol addiction (not for humans, anyway - see above), Sinclair had used a naloxone nasal spray in his research to successfully treat: