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A Novel Perspective on Dopaminergic Processing of Human Addiction

It is known for the past several years that dopamine is involved in addictive process. Its precise role however, remains uncertain because of the lack of clarity on neurocognition of addiction. Two of the influential models of addiction appear to have divergent views on the neurocognition. The hedonic homeostasis model suggests that addicts require a higher level of the brain dopamine to feel rewarded

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