Despite extensive data linking memory’s neural substrates to addiction behaviors, the connection remains under-theorized. We present a framework in which choices are biased by selective sampling of memories, show how these can lead to persistent use and relapse, and examine data showing that memory sampling can lead to such aberrant choice behavior.
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