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Discover - Alcoholism and Addiction Research


The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) undertakes research on the neurobiology of addiction with the aim of developing targeted treatments to support recovery.

Collaborative Research on Addiction at NIH


The National Institute of Health's Collaborative Research on Addiction at NIH ( CRAN) promotes collaborative research to advance the science of addiction ...

Addiction Research & Therapy - OMICS International


Review processing is performed by the editorial board members of Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy or outside experts; at least two independent ...

Addiction research library for professionals -- Hazelden


Hazelden Virtual Library enables professionals, researchers, and others needing addiction and substance abuse reference information.

Addiction Journal


Congratulations to Angelos Hatzakis and colleagues for winning the 2016 EMCDDA Scientific Award (Category: Population-based and Epidemiology Research) ...

American Foundation for Addiction Research: AFAR


AFAR is creating a world liberated from addiction through research, education, and advocacy.

Addiction Research & Theory - Taylor & Francis Online


Addiction Research & Theory · Submit an article Back to ... Addiction Research & Theory (2001 - current). Formerly known as. Addiction Research (1993 - 2000) ...

Research - Action on Addiction


About our Research. The National Addiction Centre and Marina House (now part of the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust) were founded by Action on ...

Addiction Research Institute (ARI) – School of Social Work ...


The Addiction Research Institute (ARI) focuses on issues related to substance use disorder prevalence, treatment, and long-term healthy functioning free from ...

The Addicted Brain :: Cambridge Neuroscience


Drug addiction research has made phenomenal advances over the last couple of decades. The initial molecular sites of action of virtually all the major drugs of ...

What is Addiction?
Addiction is a chronic, compulsive dependence on either a behavior or a substance. While commonly associated with drug and alcohol abuse, addiction can also refer to dependence on things like sex, food, gambling, coffee, smoking, shopping, or even behaviors. More »
Source: healthline.com