Altered Functional Connectivity Strength in Abstinent Chronic Cocaine Smokers Compared to Healthy Controls

@article{Ray2015AlteredFC,
  title={Altered Functional Connectivity Strength in Abstinent Chronic Cocaine Smokers Compared to Healthy Controls},
  author={Suchismita Ray and Suril Gohel and Bharat B. Biswal},
  journal={Brain connectivity},
  year={2015},
  volume={5 8},
  pages={
          476-86
        }
}
Past research involving cocaine and resting-state functional connectivity (RSFC) has shown altered functional connectivity within the frontal and between the frontal and other cortical and subcortical brain regions in chronic users of cocaine. However, there have been discrepancies in literature regarding the relationship between RSFC between brain regions and cocaine use behavior. This study explored the RSFC between brain regions in cocaine smokers abstinent from cocaine use for 72 h and… CONTINUE READING

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