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  • Author(s)Bryon Adinoff / Elliot A. Stein
  • Edition1
  • Published4th November 2011
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780470660140
Neuroimaging in Addiction presents an up-to-date,
comprehensive review of the functional and structural imaging human
studies that have greatly advanced our understanding of this
complex disorder. Approaching addiction from a conceptual rather
than a substance-specific perspective, this book integrates broad
neuropsychological constructs that consider addiction as a
neuroplastic process with genetic, developmental, and
substance-induced contributions.

The internationally recognized contributors to this volume are
leaders in clinical imaging with expertise that spans the addiction

Following a general introduction, an overview of neural
circuitry and modern non-invasive imaging techniques provides the
framework for subsequent chapters on reward salience, craving,
stress, impulsivity and cognition. Additional topics include the
use of neuroimaging for the assessment of acute drug effects,
drug-induced neurotoxicity, non-substance addictive behaviors, and
the application of imaging genetics to identify unique intermediate
phenotypes. The book concludes with an exploration of the future
promise for functional imaging as guide to the diagnosis and
treatment of addictive disorders.

Scientists and clinicians will find the material in this volume
invaluable in their work towards understanding the addicted brain,
with the overall goal of improved prevention and treatment outcomes
for patients.

Features a Foreword by Edythe London, Director of the Center for
Addictive Behaviors, University of California at Los Angeles.

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