Brain activation to cannabis- and alcohol-related words in alcohol use disorder

@article{MllerOehring2019BrainAT,
  title={Brain activation to cannabis- and alcohol-related words in alcohol use disorder},
  author={E. M{\"u}ller-Oehring and A. Berre and M. Serventi and E. Kalon and A. Haas and Claudia B. Padula and T. Schulte},
  journal={Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging},
  year={2019},
  volume={294}
}
Cannabis abuse commonly co-occurs with alcohol use disorder (AUD). With increased acceptance and accessibility to cannabis in the US, it is imperative to understand the psychological and neural mechanisms of concurrent alcohol and cannabis use. We hypothesized that neural alcohol-cue conditioning may extent to other drug-related stimuli, such as cannabis, and underwrite the loss of control over reward-driven behavior. Task-activated fMRI examined the neural correlates of alcohol- and cannabis… Expand
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