Decision Making Predicts Future Drug Addiction in Recreational Users

ELSEVIER (04/19) – The study measured brain activity in young adults using recreational stimulants, including cocaine and the prescription amphetamines Adderall and Ritalin, and followed up three years later to determine the participants’ outcome. The findings suggest that an inability to learn from previous risky decisions in some people may predispose them to continue drug use despite the negative consequences. Read more

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