Executive control network connectivity strength protects against relapse to cocaine use.

@article{McHugh2017ExecutiveCN,
  title={Executive control network connectivity strength protects against relapse to cocaine use.},
  author={Meredith J. McHugh and H Gu and Yihong Yang and Bryon Adinoff and Elliot A. Stein},
  journal={Addiction biology},
  year={2017},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={
          1790-1801
        }
}
Cocaine addiction is characterized by notoriously high relapse rates following treatment. Recent efforts to address poor treatment outcomes have turned to potential neural markers of relapse risk. Accordingly, the present study examined resting state functional connectivity (rsFC) within and between three large-scale cortical networks: the default mode network (DMN), salience network (SN) and executive control network (ECN). All three have been implicated in relapse-related phenomena including… CONTINUE READING
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