E pluribus unum? A new take on addiction by Redish et al

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (4):459-459 (2008)
Neuroscientists and psychologists have proposed a variety of well-supported theories to explain addiction. Many of these theories suggest that addiction results from a single process or dysfunction across all of its forms. The authors of the current review, in contrast, have used a well-defined theoretical account of decision-making to outline the variety of dysfunctions that could account for addictive behavior
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