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Imaging the Addicted Human Brain: Research Review: A Reprint from the Journal, “Science and Practice Perspectives”
Joanna S. Fowler (au); Nora D. Volkow (au); Cheryl A. Kassed (au); Linda Chang (au)
Modern imaging techniques enable researchers to observe drug actions & consequences as they occur & persist in the brains of abusing & addicted individuals. This article presents the five most commonly used techniques, explains how each produces images, & describes how researchers interpret them. The authors give examples of key findings illustrating how each technique has extended & deepened our knowledge of the neurobiological bases of drug abuse & addiction, & they address potential clinical & therapeutic applications. Illustrations.
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