23 October 2018

Mental images and memory processes as therapeutic targets for cocaine use disorder

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SCI's London Group

London, UK

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Addiction is caused by exposure and physical and mental adaptation. Addiction is treatable; but some disorders have proved resistant to medications and psychological therapies.

Focusing on cocaine use disorder (CUD), John Marsden will outline learning processes that underpin and maintain CUD and describe the rationale, procedures, preliminary evidence and implications of a novel cognitive therapy.

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Department of Chemistry
University College London
20 Gordon Street

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Email: communications@soci.org


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