9. Cue-Induced Incubation of Craving in Human Cocaine Addiction: Modulation by Reappraisal?

      Addiction is a chronically relapsing disorder. Relapse can be precipitated by cues previously associated with drug use. An underlying mechanism encompasses enhanced attention to drug-cues. Event-Related Potentials (ERPs) objectively quantified motivated attention to drug cues as a function of abstinence and self-regulation in individuals with cocaine use disorder (iCUD).
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