Chronic Cocaine Craving: imaging cues, stress, and reward responses

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Speaker(s): Dr. Chiang-shan Li
Current research in my laboratory continues to focus on systems neuroscience. By combining psychophysics, computational modeling and brain imaging we explore the circuit mechanisms of a multitude of cognitive constructs, including self control, affect regulation, and reward-related processes. The primary goals are to understand systems neural bases of these cognitive processes and how these neural processes contribute to the etiology of psychiatric and neurological illnesses, with a specific emphasis on addiction.

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Sponsor

Duke Institute for Brain Sciences (DIBS)

Co-Sponsor(s)

Center on Addiction and Behavior Change; Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Chronic Cocaine Craving: imaging cues, stress, and reward responses

Contact

Lee, Tyler
613-5025