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Chapter 5 – Neuroscience of attentional processes for addiction medicine : From brain mechanisms to practical considerations. / Salehi Fadardi, Javad; Cox, William; Rahmani, Arash.

Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine. gol. / Hamed Ekhtiari; Martin Paulus. Cyfrol 223 Elsevier, 2016. t. 77-89 (Progress in Brain Research; Cyfrol 223).

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Salehi Fadardi, J, Cox, W & Rahmani, A 2016, Chapter 5 – Neuroscience of attentional processes for addiction medicine: From brain mechanisms to practical considerations. yn H Ekhtiari & M Paulus (gol.), Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine. cyfrol. 223, Progress in Brain Research, cyfrol. 223, Elsevier, tt. 77-89. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.pbr.2015.08.002

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Salehi Fadardi, J., Cox, W., & Rahmani, A. (2016). Chapter 5 – Neuroscience of attentional processes for addiction medicine: From brain mechanisms to practical considerations. Yn H. Ekhtiari, & M. Paulus (Gol.), Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine (Cyfrol 223, tt. 77-89). (Progress in Brain Research; Cyfrol 223). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.pbr.2015.08.002

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Salehi Fadardi J, Cox W, Rahmani A. 2016. Chapter 5 – Neuroscience of attentional processes for addiction medicine: From brain mechanisms to practical considerations. Ekhtiari H, Paulus M, golygyddion. Yn Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine. Elsevier. tt. 77-89. (Progress in Brain Research). https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.pbr.2015.08.002

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Salehi Fadardi, Javad, William Cox a Arash Rahmani "Chapter 5 – Neuroscience of attentional processes for addiction medicine: From brain mechanisms to practical considerations". a Ekhtiari, Hamed Paulus, Martin (golygyddion). Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine. Progress in Brain Research. Elsevier. 2016, 77-89. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.pbr.2015.08.002

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Salehi Fadardi J, Cox W, Rahmani A. Chapter 5 – Neuroscience of attentional processes for addiction medicine: From brain mechanisms to practical considerations. Yn Ekhtiari H, Paulus M, golygyddion, Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine. Cyfrol 223. Elsevier. 2016. t. 77-89. (Progress in Brain Research). https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.pbr.2015.08.002

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Salehi Fadardi, Javad ; Cox, William ; Rahmani, Arash. / Chapter 5 – Neuroscience of attentional processes for addiction medicine : From brain mechanisms to practical considerations. Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine. Gol. / Hamed Ekhtiari ; Martin Paulus. Cyfrol 223 Elsevier, 2016. tt. 77-89 (Progress in Brain Research).

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TY - CHAP

T1 - Chapter 5 – Neuroscience of attentional processes for addiction medicine

T2 - From brain mechanisms to practical considerations

AU - Salehi Fadardi, Javad

AU - Cox, William

AU - Rahmani, Arash

PY - 2016/11/23

Y1 - 2016/11/23

N2 - The present chapter first argues how having a goal for procuring alcohol or other substances leads to the development of a time-binding, dynamic, and goal oriented motivational state termed current concern, as the origin of substance-related attentional bias. Next, it discusses the importance of attentional bias in the development, continuation of, and relapsing to substance abuse. It further proceeds with a review of selective evidence from cognitive psychology that helps account for making decisions about using an addictive substance or refraining from using it. A discussion on the various brain loci that are involved in attentional bias and other kinds of cue reactivity is followed by presenting findings from neurocognitive research. Finally, from an interdisciplinary perspective, the chapter presents new trends and ideas that can be applied to addiction-related cognitive measurement and training.

AB - The present chapter first argues how having a goal for procuring alcohol or other substances leads to the development of a time-binding, dynamic, and goal oriented motivational state termed current concern, as the origin of substance-related attentional bias. Next, it discusses the importance of attentional bias in the development, continuation of, and relapsing to substance abuse. It further proceeds with a review of selective evidence from cognitive psychology that helps account for making decisions about using an addictive substance or refraining from using it. A discussion on the various brain loci that are involved in attentional bias and other kinds of cue reactivity is followed by presenting findings from neurocognitive research. Finally, from an interdisciplinary perspective, the chapter presents new trends and ideas that can be applied to addiction-related cognitive measurement and training.

U2 - 10.1016/bs.pbr.2015.08.002

DO - 10.1016/bs.pbr.2015.08.002

M3 - Chapter

SN - 9780444635457

VL - 223

T3 - Progress in Brain Research

SP - 77

EP - 89

BT - Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine

A2 - Ekhtiari, Hamed

A2 - Paulus, Martin

PB - Elsevier

ER -