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Neuroscience: Pathways to Alcohol Dependence Part II — Neuroadaptation, Risk, and Recovery
Volume 31, Number 4, 2008

 

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Up Front

287In This Issue [PDF]

 

 

 

Features

289

Who Is at Risk? Population Characterization of Alcohol Self-Administration in Nonhuman Primates Helps Identify Pathways to Dependence [PDF]
Kathleen A. Grant, James Stafford, Allison Thiede, Caitlin Kiley, Misa Odagiri, and Betsy Ferguson

298

The Molecular Basis of Tolerance [PDF]
Andrzej Z. Pietrzykowski and Steven N. Treistman

310

How Adaptation of the Brain to Alcohol Leads to Dependence: A Pharmacological Perspective [PDF]
Peter Clapp, Sanjiv V. Bhave, and Paula L. Hoffman

340

From Actions to Habits: Neuroadaptations Leading to Dependence [PDF]
Henry H. Yin

348Alcohol Dependence, Withdrawal, and Relapse [PDF]
Howard C. Becker
362Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Living Brain: Evidence for Brain Degeneration Among Alcoholics and Recovery With Abstinence [PDF]
Margaret J. Rosenbloom and Adolf Pfefferbaum

377

Alcohol-Related Neurodegeneration and Recovery: Mechanisms From Animal Models [PDF]
Fulton T. Crews

389The Role of Selected Factors in the Development and Consequences of Alcohol Dependence [PDF]
Rebecca Gilbertson, Robert Prather, and Sara Jo Nixon
400Treatment Implications: Using Neuroscience to Guide the Development of New Pharmacotherapies for Alcoholism [PDF]
Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, Stephanie O’Malley, and John H. Krystal
345Glossary [PDF]
 

 

Index

408Index to Volumes 30 and 31 [PDF]

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