2016 Research Data
Prescription drug abuse –A timely update
Is biological ageing accelerated in drug addiction?
Drug Policy - Changing Narrative Opinion Piece - (2nd Edition - 2016)
Chronic Methamphetamine Effects on Brain Structure and Function
A psychological perspective on addiction – Professor Robert West
Addiction is a chronic condition, learned through experience, involving repeated powerful motivation to engage in a behaviour to an extent that causes, or risks, significant unintended harm. Addiction cannot be adequately understood in terms of any one discipline, but each of the disciplines of the behavioural and social sciences, from neuroscience to anthropology, can provide valuable insights.
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