Addiction and Behavioral Studies

New advances in psychology and neuroscience have shed light on the changes that long-term use of alcohol and other drugs brings into the brain especially in brain reward system, to foster continued and chronic patterns of compulsive drug abuse. New research topics in addiction include Behavioral pharmacology Research, Relationship between youth violence and substance abuse, the effect of alcohol on cognitive functioning and cocaine vaccines and addiction epidemiological research. Behavioral Pharmacology Research implies broad-based substance abuse clinical research program encompassing both human laboratory research and outpatient treatment research. Cocaine abuse is an ongoing and serious problem, therefore, vaccines against cocaine are being developed.

  • Advances in epidemiological studies of addiction
  • Social Anxiety and Drug Use
  • Drug Abuse, Dopamine, and the Brain Reward System
  • Behavioral pharmacology research
  • Youth violence and substance abuse
  • Cognitive Improvement and Alcohol Recovery
  • Cocaine Vaccine
  • Gambling Addiction

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