The biopsychosocial and “complex” systems approach as a unified framework for addiction

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (4):446-447 (2008)
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Abstract

The for addiction proposed by Redish and colleagues is only unified at a reductionist level of analysis, the biological one relating to decision-making. Theories of addiction may be complementary rather than mutually exclusive, suggesting that limitations of individual theories might be unified through the combination of ideas from different biopsychosocial systems perspectives

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