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Figure 1. Conceptual framework for neurobiological bases of the transition to substance use disorders. PFC, prefrontal cortex; 2016-08-01 · One of the main goals of neurobiological research is to understand changes at the molecular, cellular, and neurocircuitry levels that mediate the transition from occasional, controlled substance use to loss of control in drug intake and chronic addiction. 2 Because only some substance users make this transition, neurobiological factors that influence the diverse individual differences in drug responses have also attracted increasing interest.
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Addiction hijacks both the pleasure/reward and anti-reward pathways of the brain. 2. Antireward pathways are likely responsible for the sustaining addiction. 3. Motivation has replaced confrontation as the primary focus of addiction treatment. 4. Motivational Interviewing is based on exploring and resolving ambivalence.
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7 Nov 2017 Research review on the neuroscience of addiction. Created in 2005 for an honors course project. The Neurobiology of Drug Addiction. prefrontal-cortex-addiction-PUBLIC.
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In The Neurobiology of Substance Use, Misuse, and Addiction Substance use disorders result from changes in the brain that can occur with repeated use of alcohol or drugs. Neurobiology of Addiction. Tiffany Love, Ph.D. Department of Psychiatry.