Neuropsychology and Addiction

Neuropsychology is the branch of psychology that studies how the brain and the rest of the nervous system threaten human cognition and behavior. More importantly, professionals in this area of ​​psychology tend to focus more on how brain damage or disease affects cognition and behavior.

Addiction is a mental and physical condition that binds a person to a drug or behavior that has harmful consequences. It is a very complex condition that leads to compulsive use of the substance, regardless of the effects, immediate or otherwise.

  • Neurobiological Basis of Addiction
  • Neuroimaging Studies of Addiction
  • Neurobiology of Craving and Relapse

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