Natalia Landa

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This paper explores the personality disorders most commonly related to cocaine addiction. The samples used were 60 cocaine-addicted patients, who were assessed with the MCMI-II before treatment, and 50 normative participants from the general population with the same demographic features (age, sex and socioeconomic level). According to the results, 36.7% of(More)
We are still a long way away from having appropriate models to understand and treat addictions sustained by brain functions. The aim of this paper is to develop a model integrating psychology and neuropsychology in order to refocus our clinical interventions closer to the neuroscience discourse. Specifically, three widely used treatment models for(More)
INTRODUCTION Chronic use of cocaine has been associated with a wide range of neuropsychological deficits affecting attention, memory, learning and executive functions. However, it has not been found a unique profile of impairment associated with cocaine addiction. AIM To review the studies about neurocognitive performance in cocaine addicted patients,(More)
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