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Neurobiology of addiction and implications for treatment

  • Anne Lingford-Hughes (a1) and David Nutt (a1)
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Dr Anne Lingford-Hughes, Psychopharmacology Unit, School of Medical Science, University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 1TD, UK. Tel: 0117 925 3066; fax: 0117 927 7057; e-mail: anne.lingford-hughes@bristol.ac.uk
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Neurobiology of addiction and implications for treatment

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