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Cocaine Addiction: New Meds Seem to Help

Cocaine Addiction: New Meds Seem to Help | Addictions treated neuroscientifically | Scoop.it
A 2 drug combo of topirimate and amphetamines worked twice as well as placebo for cocaine addicts looking to quit.
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Neuroscientifically Challenged: Using Gene Therapy to Treat Addiction

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The unsexy truth about dopamine

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Dopamine might be the media's neurotransmitter of choice for scare stories about addiction, but the reality is rather more nuanced, writes Vaughan Bell

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Dawn Groves's curator insight, February 3, 2013 1:26 PM

Excellent and entertaining article about the pleasure hormone and its many functions.

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Diabetes drug could be effective in treating cocaine addiction (USA)

A drug currently used to treat type 2 diabetes could be just as effective in treating addiction to drugs, including cocaine, Vanderbilt researchers have revealed.

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Dopamine Addiction is the Objective of Neuromarketing

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Most of this work is founded on internationally recognized dopamine expert, Dr.Greg Berns. His book, Satisfaction, and Iconoclast are consulted before designing user interface and social media user experience. Dr. Berns consults for a variety of technology and software companies when he is not developing the code of Neuroethics at Emory University. This potentially world saving project is called NeuroPolicy. It would allow government officials and high level decision makers to consult neurological models before making difficult decisions. http://www.themezoom-neuroeconomics.com 


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