4 edition of The Biological Basis of Cocaine Addiction found in the catalog.
November 28, 2001
by New York Academy of Sciences
Written in English
|Series||Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||230|
There are several chapters discussing pharmacological approaches to the treatment of addiction, including a summary by Gawin on cocaine addiction that expands on a previous review (Gawin, ). The Biological Basis of Substance Abuse should interest researchers, clinicians and astonmartingo.com: Bowman, Eric. At the end of , the U.S. Congress passed two major pieces of legislation related to substance use and addiction. The first was the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA) that provided legal status for many harm reduction strategies, such as increased access by non-physicians to naloxone for reversing an opioid overdose.
Biological basis of substance abuse. Bibliographic Collection: ISBN Number: (alk. Abstract: This volume describes our current understanding of the biological mechanisms in the central nervous system of nicotine, alcohol, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and other drugs of abuse. Cocaine dependence is a psychological desire to use cocaine regularly. Cocaine overdose may result in cardiovascular and brain damage, such as: constricting blood vessels in the brain, causing strokes and constricting arteries in the heart; causing heart attacks.. The use of cocaine creates euphoria and high amounts of energy. If taken in large doses, it is possible to cause mood swings Specialty: Psychiatry.
May 31, · In the study, mice were allowed to self-administer cocaine as a model of human addiction, and the gene expression changes were associated with their addiction-like behavior. “This study elegantly highlights the complexity of the brain’s molecular response to self-administered cocaine. February 12, • Growing up, Judith Grisel struggled with alcohol, marijuana and cocaine. Now as a neuroscientist, she's working to understand the biological basis of astonmartingo.com: Judith Grisel.
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The Biological Basis of Cocaine Addiction book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Papers are presented from a spring colloqui Pages: The Biological Basis of Cocaine Addiction. Compulsive Drug‐Seeking Behavior and Relapse: Neuroadaptation, Stress, and Conditioning Factors Comparison of Cocaine‐ and Methamphetamine‐Evoked Dopamine and Glutamate Overflow in Somatodendritic and Terminal Field Regions of the Rat Brain during Acute, Chronic, and Early Withdrawal.
2: Cocaine. The focus of this chapter is cocaine. While it is not the most commonly misused of the stimulant substances, its misuse is associated with considerable numbers of persons experiencing serious physical health, mental health, and life problems as a.
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Feb 12, · Growing up, Judith Grisel struggled with alcohol, The Biological Basis of Cocaine Addiction book and cocaine. Now as a neuroscientist, she's working to understand the biological basis of addiction.
Her new book is. In the last 25 years, cocaine addiction has been established as a chronic relapsing brain disease. Research on the abuse of this drug should be based on complex constructs of genetic, environmental, and psychosocial factors that require multiple levels of astonmartingo.com: Paperback.
This item: Cocaine Addiction: Treatment, Recovery, and Relapse Prevention by Arnold Washton Paperback $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Sold by Gem Book Cited by: (Brain inset) Cocaine causes euphoria in the short term and addiction in the long term via its effects on the brain’s limbic system, which consists of numerous regions, including the ventral tegmental area (VTA) and nucleus accumbens (NAc), centers for pleasure and feelings of reward; the amygdala and hippocampus, centers for memory; and the frontal cortex, a center for weighing options and astonmartingo.com by: Nora D.
Volkow, M.D. or much of the past century, scientists studying drug abuse labored in the shadows of powerful myths and misconceptions about the nature of addiction.
When scientists began to study addictive behavior in the s, people addicted to drugs were thought to be morally flawed and lacking in willpower.
The Paperback of the The Biological Basis of Cocaine Addiction by Vanya Quinones-Jenab at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more. Holiday Shipping Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Author: Vanya Quinones-Jenab. Biological Research on Addiction examines the neurobiological mechanisms of drug use and drug addiction, describing how the brain responds to addictive substances as well as how it is affected by drugs of abuse.
The biological basis of addiction helps to explain why people need much more than good intentions or willpower to break their addictions. “A common misperception is that addiction is a choice or moral problem, and all you have to do is stop.
Books. Books. For the Press. Press Room. Get Involved. Share Your News. The Biological Basis of Cocaine Addiction. Edited by Edited by Vanya Quinones-Jenab (Hunter College, CUNY, New York City) Its major theme is the understanding of addiction as a disease.
This volume is out of print. Aug 27, · Counseling and other types of therapy are the most common treatments for cocaine addiction.
You may need to stay in a rehabilitation center (or. The Addictive Brain by Professor Thad A. Polk is an excellent look into the chemical and behavior causes of addiction.
Polk address the many reasons people become addicts. He explains how the brain gets addicted to certain drugs, the origins and composition of addictive substances, and how they mimic the natural endorphins and neurotransmitters /5.
The flush reaction may represent a physiological "protective" factor that tends to prevent affected individuals from developing an alcohol addiction.
The biological basis of this flush reaction is a variation in two genes that code for two principal enzymes of alcohol metabolism, alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) and an aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH2.
Biological Research on Addiction is one of three volumes comprising the 2,page series, Comprehensive Addictive Behaviors and Disorders.
This series provides the most complete collection of current knowledge on addictive behaviors and disorders to date. In short, it is the definitive reference work on addictions. This book intends to describe the biological basis for substance abuse. The title is inclusive and confusing.
Addictive Disorders may be a better title. "The stated purpose of this book is to provide a biological basis for drug and alcohol use and addiction. I recently completed a review of 50 years of scientific articles about addiction treatment for my book, The Sober astonmartingo.com science shows what most people already know: despite having a standard, nearly every approach to addiction treatment has been a spectacular failure as far back as we can astonmartingo.com: Lance Dodes.
This model considers genetic and environmental factors that cause physical changes to the brain and is the basis for many existing and emerging concepts, including (but not limited to) genetic predisposition to addiction, behavioral addictions, psychopharmacological treatment interventions, and cross-addiction.Mar 18, · By reading The Neurobiology of Cocaine Addiction, you will sharpen your knowledge of the basic actions of cocaine, the factors related to daily cocaine use, the neurobiological basis of addictive diseases, and drug-induced alterations in normal physiology.
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