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Chronic cannabis use affects cerebellum dependent visuomotor adaptation
BackgroundCannabis is one of the most commonly used substances in the world. However, its effects on human cognition are not yet fully understood. Although the cerebellum has the highest density of ca... [Read More]
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Clinical presentation, diagnosis, and management of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder
Clinical presentation, diagnosis, and management of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder... [Read More]
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Effects of cognitive load on neural and behavioral responses to smoking-cue distractors | SpringerLink
Smoking cessation failures are frequently thought to reflect poor top-down regulatory control over behavior. Previous studies have suggested that smoking c [Read More]
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Eye movements to smoking-related cues: effects of nicotine deprivation | SpringerLink
According to recent theories of addiction, nicotine deprivation may influence biases in the orienting and maintenance of attention on smoking-related cues. [Read More]
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Alexithymia and Addiction: A Review and Preliminary Data Suggesting Neurobiological Links to Reward/Loss Processing
Alexithymia and Addiction: A Review and Preliminary Data Suggesting Neurobiological Links to Reward/Loss Processing [Read More]
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Cannabidiol improves blood flow to brain’s hippocampus | UCL News - UCL – University College London
A single dose of cannabidiol (CBD) helped increase blood flow to the hippocampus, an important area of the brain associated with memory and emotion, finds a new study led by UCL researchers. [Read More]
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Volume reductions in frontopolar and left perisylvian cortices in methamphetamine induced psychosis
Consumption of methamphetamine disturbs dopaminergic transmission and sometimes provokes schizophrenia-like-psychosis, named methamphetamine-associated psychosis (MAP). While previ... [Read More]
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epigenetic legacy of illicit drugs: developmental exposures and late-life phenotypes | Environmental Epigenetics | Oxford Academic
Abstract. The effects of in utero exposure to illicit drugs on adult offspring are a significant and widespread but understudied global health concern, particul [Read More]
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Assessing the Reliability of Scores Produced by the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI).
The fundamental principle that reliability is a property of scores and not of instruments provides the foundation of a meta-analytic technique called reliability generalization (RG). RG studies char... [Read More]
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Frontiers | Prenatal Exposure to Methamphetamine: Up-Regulation of Brain Receptor Genes | Neuroscience
Methamphetamine (METH) is a widespread illicit drug. If it is taken by pregnant women, passes through the placenta and just as it affects the mother, it can impair the development of the offspring.&nb... [Read More]
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Amphetamine sensitization alters hippocampal neuronal morphology and memory and learning behaviors | Molecular Psychiatry
It is known that continuous abuse of amphetamine (AMPH) results in alterations in neuronal structure and cognitive behaviors related to the reward system. However, the impact of AMPH abuse on the hipp... [Read More]