Neuroscience for addiction medicine : from prevention to rehabilitation : methods and interventions / edited by Hamed Ekhtiari and Martin Paulus.Material type: TextSeries: Progress in brain research ; v. 224.Publisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2016Edition: First editionDescription: 1 online resource (xxvi, 461 pages) : illustrations (some color)Content type: text | still image Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780444635440; 0444635440; 9780444637406; 0444637400Subject(s): Substance abuse -- Physiological aspects | Compulsive behavior -- Physiological aspects | Substance abuse -- Treatment | Compulsive behavior -- Treatment | Neurosciences | Substance-Related Disorders -- diagnosis | Substance-Related Disorders -- therapy | Behavior, Addictive -- diagnosis | Behavior, Addictive -- therapy | Neurosciences -- methods | Neuroimaging -- methods | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Diseases -- General | MEDICAL -- Clinical Medicine | MEDICAL -- Diseases | MEDICAL -- Evidence-Based Medicine | MEDICAL -- Internal Medicine | Compulsive behavior -- Treatment | Neurosciences | Substance abuse -- Physiological aspects | Substance abuse -- TreatmentGenre/Form: Electronic book. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Neuroscience for addiction medicine.DDC classification: 616.86 LOC classification: RC564NLM classification: W1 | WM 270Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Preface: Neuroscience for addiction medicine: from prevention to rehabilitation -- Part I: Neuroscience methods for addiction medicine. Animal models for addiction medicine: from vulnerable phenotypes to addicted individuals -- Animal models of drug relapse and craving: from drug priming-induced reinstatement to incubation of craving after voluntary abstinence -- Computational modeling for addiction medicine: from cognitive models to clinical applications -- Electrophysiology for addiction medicine: from methodology to conceptualization of reward deficits -- Neurocognitive rehabilitation for addiction medicine: from neurophysiological markers to cognitive rehabilitation and relapse prevention -- Structural imaging for addiction medicine: from neurostructure to neuroplasticity -- Functional neuroimaging for addiction medicine: from mechanisms to practical considerations -- Resting state functional connectivity analysis for addiction medicine: from individual loci to complex networks -- PET imaging for addiction medicine: from neural mechanisms to clinical considerations -- Genetic imaging consortium for addiction medicine: from neuroimaging to genes -- Part II: Neuroscience for interventions in addiction medicine. Human pharmacology for addiction medicine: from evidence to clinical recommendations -- Emerging targets for addiction neuropharmacology: from mechanisms to therapeutics -- Cognitive interventions for addiction medicine: understanding the underlying neurobiological mechanisms -- Adolescent psychotherapy for addiction medicine: from brain development to neurocognitive treatment mechanisms -- Cognitive neuroscience of cognitive retraining for addiction medicine: from mediating mechanisms to questions of efficacy -- Perspectives on neurocognitive rehabilitation as an adjunct treatment for addictive disorders: from cognitive improvement to relapse prevention -- Noninvasive brain stimulation for addiction medicine: from monitoring to modulation -- What the alcohol doctor ordered from the neuroscientist: theragnostic biomarkers for personalized treatments -- What does addiction medicine expect from neuroscience? From genes and neurons to treatment responses.
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Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine: From Prevention to Rehabilitation - Methods and Interventions is the latest volume from Progress in Brain Research focusing on new trends and developments in addiction research. This established international series examines major areas of basic and clinical research within neuroscience, as well as popular emerging subfields such as addiction. This volume takes an integrated approach to review and summarize some of the most recent progress from the subfield of addiction research, with particular emphasis on potential applications in a clinical setting.