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, 25 (2), 317-21

Neurotoxicity and Neurocognitive Impairments With Alcohol and Drug-Use Disorders: Potential Roles in Addiction and Recovery

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Neurotoxicity and Neurocognitive Impairments With Alcohol and Drug-Use Disorders: Potential Roles in Addiction and Recovery

S C Bowden et al. Alcohol Clin Exp Res.

Abstract

This article represents the proceedings of a symposium at the 2000 RSA Meeting in Denver, Colorado. The organisers/chairs were Stephen C. Bowden and Fulton T. Crews. The presentations were (1) Age, genetic and other factors that increase risk of alcoholism also increase alcohol-induced neurotoxicity, by Fulton T. Crews; (2) A neurocognitive moderation model of addictions treatment response, by Marsha E. Bates; (3) The relationship of neurocognitive impairment and longitudinal treatment outcome among substance-abusing patients, by William Fals-Stewart; and (4) Treatment of cognition in detoxifying alcohol-dependent participants, by Margaret L. Ambrose.

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