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Invited Address

The Psychology and Neurobiology of Addiction
Terry E. RobinsonUniversity of Michigan
Saturday May 31, 2003; 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Centennial I
Primary Subject:  Biological/Physiological   Secondary Subject: Clinical  
Many addictive drugs share the ability to produce very long-lasting neuroadaptations in neural systems involved in drug reward, and adaptations render susceptible individuals hypersensitive (sensitized) to the psychomotor-activating and -rewarding effects of drugs. The role of these drug-induced neuroadaptations in the transition to addiction will be discussed.

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