The Neurobiology of Substance Use, Misuse, and Addiction
Course Created: 2016
Practice Level: Intermediate
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The Neurobiology of Substance Use, Misuse, and Addiction reviews brain research on the neurobiological
processes that turn casual substance use into a compulsive disorder.
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- Identify the brain regions involved in SUDs
- Discuss the addiction cycle
- Describe the factors that increase risk for SUDs
- Conducting Research on the Neurobiology of Substance Use, Misuse, and Addiction
- The Primary Brain Regions Involved in Substance Use Disorders
- The Addiction Cycle
- Binge/Intoxication Stage - Basal Ganglia
- Withdrawal/Negative Affect Stage - Extended Amygdala
- Factors that Increase Risk for Substance Use, Misuse, and Addiction
- Use of Multiple Substances and Co-occurring Mental Health Conditions
- Biological Factors Contributing to Population-based Differences in Substance Misuse and Substance Use Disorders
- Recommendations for Research
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