Human functional neuroimaging connectivity research in dependence

Daglish, M., Lingford-Hughes, A. and Nutt, D. (2005) Human functional neuroimaging connectivity research in dependence. Reviews In The Neurosciences, 16 2: 151-157.

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Author Daglish, M.
Lingford-Hughes, A.
Nutt, D.
Title Human functional neuroimaging connectivity research in dependence
Journal name Reviews In The Neurosciences   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0334-1763
Publication date 2005
Sub-type Article (original research)
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Volume 16
Issue 2
Start page 151
End page 157
Total pages 7
Place of publication Berlin, Germany
Publisher Walter de Gruyter GmbH
Language eng
Abstract Functional and effective connectivity are relatively new techniques in the analysis of functional neuroimaging studies in humans. They have previously been used in studies of 'normal' psychological and neurological processes such as vision before gradually transferring into use in pathological disease states such as schizophrenia. These techniques are now beginning to extend into the field of substance misuse and dependence. So far, most functional neuroimaging studies in this field have shown consistent patterns of activation in several brain regions, and theories are emerging based upon these and animal models. Studies of brain connectivity can now begin to help further unravel the tangle of disparate brain regions and their connections that underpin the psychopharmacological processes of dependence.
Keyword Neurosciences
functional neuroimaging
Human Brain
Reward Circuitry
Opiate Addicts
Q-Index Code C1

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