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(p. 59) Stress and Addiction: A Brief Overview 

(p. 59) Stress and Addiction: A Brief Overview
(p. 59) Stress and Addiction: A Brief Overview

Rajita Sinha

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date: 09 May 2021

Chapter 9 discusses stress and addiction, including stress, allostasis and addiction vulnerability, chronic adversity and increased vulnerability to addictive behaviors (overlapping neurobiology of stress and reward), addictive habits and susceptibility to compulsive seeking and stress-induced engagement in hedonic behaviors, and individual difference variables affecting stress and addiction.

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