Drug Abuse and Behavioral Disinhibition

@inproceedings{Fillmore2012DrugAA,
  title={Drug Abuse and Behavioral Disinhibition},
  author={Mark T Fillmore},
  year={2012}
}
  • Mark T Fillmore
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • Traditional models of drug abuse emphasize the drug’s rewarding effects as reinforcing drug use to the point of physical dependence and addiction. However, the past several years have seen an increased focus on the role of cognitive disturbances both as temporary acute reactions to drugs and as enduring impairments owing to prolonged chronic drug abuse. This chapter focuses on impairments of impulse control and reviews several lines of research that point to the role of impaired control in the… CONTINUE READING

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