Negative affects are parts of the addiction syndrome

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (4):451-452 (2008)
Abstract
Decision-making is a complex activity for which emotions and affects are essential. Maladaptive choices depend on negative affects. Vulnerabilities to drug or non-drug objects depend on previous psychopathological comorbidities. Premorbid individual characteristics allow us to understand why some individuals enter into the addiction cycle. Moreover, plasticity of reward neurocircuitry is, at least in past, responsible for these vulnerabilities leading to compulsive drug use
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DOI 10.1017/S0140525X08004871
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