Translational neuroimaging in addiction – from circuit mapping to neurofeedback therapies

Thursday, 24 October, 2019 - 10:50 to 12:20
Futures zone 1 (F1)


Functional imaging studies have demonstrated neural mechanisms of craving, habit formation and other behavioural components of addiction. Neurofeedback using real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging signals now provides an opportunity to modify these brain activation patterns with therapeutic aims. I will review the current state of neurofeedback treatments for addiction and discuss their relationship with other neuromodulation techniques.


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