Resting state functional connectivity analysis for addiction medicine: From individual loci to complex networks.

@article{Pariyadath2016RestingSF,
  title={Resting state functional connectivity analysis for addiction medicine: From individual loci to complex networks.},
  author={Vani Pariyadath and J L Gowin and Elliot A. Stein},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
  year={2016},
  volume={224},
  pages={155-73}
}
Resting state functional connectivity (rsFC) has provided a new and valuable tool for investigating network-level dysfunction in addiction. Following the recent development of a framework of large scale network disruptions, we have been able to arrive at unique insights into craving-related aspects of addiction using rsFC. However, such network-level advancement has thus far eluded our understanding of mesocorticolimbic involvement in addiction. Given the importance of this system in… CONTINUE READING

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