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The Wiley Handbook on the Cognitive Neuroscience of Addiction


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List of Contributors viii Preface xii Section I Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Addiction 1 1 Addiction as Maladaptive Learning, with a Focus on Habit Learning 3 Theresa H. McKim and Charlotte A. Boettiger 2 Neural Bases of Addiction ]Related Impairments in Response Inhibition 29 Hugh Garavan, Alexandra S. Potter, Katie L. Brennan, and John J. Foxe 3 Working Memory Functioning and Addictive Behavior: Insights from Cognitive Neuroscience 55 Travis T. Nichols and Stephen J. Wilson Section II Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Addiction: Reward, Motivation, and Decision Making 77 4 Behavioral and Brain Response to Non ]Drug Rewards in Substance Abuse: Implications for Motivational Theories of Addiction 79 James M. Bjork 5 Role of the Value Circuit in Addiction and Addiction Treatment 109 Anna B. Konova and Rita Z. Goldstein 6 The Insula: A Critical Neural Substrate for Drug Seeking under Conflict and Risk 128 Nasir H. Naqvi and Antoine Bechara 7 Addiction as a Symptom of Failure Modes in the Machineries of Decision Making 151 A. David Redish Section III Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Addiction 173 8 The Role of Sensory and Motor Brain Regions in Drug ]Cue Reactivity 175 Yavor Yalachkov, Jochen Kaiser, and Marcus J. Naumer 9 Neural Mechanisms Underlying Craving and the Regulation of Craving 195 Hedy Kober and Maggie Mae Mell 10 Neurobiology of Alcohol Craving and Relapse Prediction: Implications for Diagnosis and Treatment 219 Corinde E. Wiers and Andreas Heinz 11 Neural Mechanisms Associated with Stress ]Induced Drug Craving 240 Verica Milivojevic, Helen C. Fox, and Rajita Sinha Section IV Cognitive Neuroscience and the Development of Addiction 267 12 Neurological Risk Factors for the Development of Problematic Substance Use 269 Sylia Wilson, Kathleen M. Thomas, and William G. Iacono 13 Adolescence and Addiction : Vulnerability, Opportunity, and the Role of Brain Development 292 David M. Lydon, Adriana Galvan, and Charles F. Geier 14 Neurocognition and Brain Abnormalities among Adolescent Alcohol and Drug Users 311 Anita Cservenka and Bonnie J. Nagel Section V Cognitive Neuroscience and the Treatment of Drug Addiction 333 15 The Neurocognitive Mechanisms Underlying Psychosocial Interventions for Addiction: Motivational Interviewing as a Case Study 335 Sarah W. Feldstein Ewing and Jon M. Houck 16 Brain Stimulation as a Novel Technique for Craving Management and the Treatment of Addiction 357 Aviad Hadar and Abraham Zangen 17 Development of Real ]Time fMRI Neurofeedback for Craving in Nicotine ]Dependent Cigarette Smokers 390 Karen J. Hartwell, Kathleen T. Brady, and Mark S. George Section VI Emerging Themes and Future Directions 405 18 Advancing Addiction Research through the Integration of Genetics and Neuroimaging 407 Hollis C. Karoly, Sarah L. Hagerty, Barbara J. Weiland, and Kent E. Hutchison 19 Neuroeconomic Perspectives on the Potent but Inconsistent Motivations Characteristic of Addiction 440 A. James Melrose, Eustace Hsu and John Monterosso 20 Beyond Functional Localization: Advancing the Understanding of Addiction-Related Processes by Examining Brain Connectivity 472 Matthew T. Sutherland, Xia Liang, Yihong Yang and Elliot A. Stein 21 Functional Neural Predictors of Addiction Outcomes 503 Elliot T. Berkman Index 527

About the Author

Stephen Wilson is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology atthe Pennsylvania State University, USA where he is affiliated withthe Center for Brain, Behavior, and Cognition. Dr. Wilson sprimary area of research interest is addictive behavior, with afocus on cigarette smoking. He uses interdisciplinary approach thatintegrates theory and methods from traditional behavioral addictionresearch with those derived from the affective, cognitive andsocial neurosciences. His research has been supported by theNational Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Cancer Institute,and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Healthand Human Development.


"The Wiley Handbook on the Cognitive Neuroscience of Addiction Approaches provides a comprehensive and in-depth scholarly review of emerging research in the cognitive neuroscience of addiction. It is a must read for students, established scientists, and practitioners who are interested in applying cognitive neuroscience to understand addiction and its treatment." Caryn Lerman, Ph.D. Mary W. Calkins Professor of Psychiatry, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania "This is an authoritative and encyclopaedic account which will be an invaluable resource for researchers in the field." Robert West, Professor Of Health Psychology, University College London

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