Vulnerabilities to addiction must have their impact through the common currency of discounted reward

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (4):438-439 (2008)
The ten vulnerabilities discussed in the target article vary in their likelihood of producing temporary preference for addictive activities automatic” habits discussed here.
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