Is Addiction a Brain Disease? PDF --- Web Page Display
Physiological and Psychological Aspects of Addiction
with a Focus on Substance Abuse

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Are “Physiological” and “Psychological” Addiction Really Different? Well, No! ... um, er, Yes?

(Banerjee, 2014)Alternate Article Access
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(Niehaus, 2009)Alternate Article Access
Plasticity of Addiction: A Mesolimbic Dopamine Short-Circuit?

(Dodes, 2009)Alternate Article Access
Addiction as a psychological symptom

(Satel, Lilienfeld, & Ahmed, 2014) - Alternate Article Access
Addiction and the brain-disease fallacy

(Borowski, 2013) - Alternate Article Access
Psychological Sciences: Addiction as a Disease

(Perring, 2011) - Alternate Article Access
Bridging the Gap between Philosophers of Mind and Brain Researchers: The Example of Addiction

(Levy, Holton, & Wakefield, 2013) - Alternate Article Access
Addiction is not a brain disease (and it matters)

(Kaufman, 2011) - Alternate Article Access
Twelve-Step Healing: Beyond Disease Metaphors and God-Talk

(Miller, 2007) - Alternate Article Access
Spirituality and Addiction

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The role of early life stress as a predictor for alcohol and drug dependence

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Annual Research Review: The neurobiology and physiology of resilience and adaptation
across the life course