Addiction

Addiction

September 2017 – Vol.19 – No. 3

Editorial

Addictive behaviors: where do we stand, and where are we going?
Florence Thibaut, Margret Hoehe

State of the art

Individual differences in the neuropsychopathology of addiction
Olivier George, George F. Koob (USA)

Basic research

A brief review of the genetics and pharmacogenetics of opioid use disorders
Wade Berrettini (USA)

Genetics of addictive behavior: the example of nicotine dependence
Philip Gorwood, Yann Le Strat, Nicolas Ramoz (France)

Animal models of addiction
Rainer Spanagel (Germany)

Basic research

The prescription opioid epidemic: a review of qualitative studies on the progression from initial use to abuse
Theodore J. Cicero, Matthew S. Ellis (USA)

Tobacco use disorder and treatment: new challenges and opportunities
Doug Ziedonis, Smita Das, Celine Larkin (USA)

Clinical neuropsychiatric considerations regarding non-substance or behavioral addictions
Marc N. Potenza (USA)

Pharmacological aspects

Minding the brain: the role of pharmacotherapy in substance-use disorder treatment
Herbert Kleber, Elias Dakwar (USA)

Treatment of opioid dependence with buprenorphine: current update
Michael Soyka (Germany)

Cannabis, cannabinoids, and health
Genevieve Lafaye, Laurent Karila, Lisa Blecha, Amine Benyamina (France)

Editor’s Choice – Volume 19 No 1

Editor’s Choice – Volume 19 No 1

Although the neuroinflammatory response in the central nervous system is initiated to exert protective effects, it may also exert detrimental effects and widespread inflammation through the blood–brain barrier. In addition, microglia has gradually emerged as a key interface between stress-related signals and neuroimmune consequences of stress, with stressors leading to elevated microglial activity. In psychiatric diseases such as mood disorders or schizophrenia, the inflammatory response system is activated. This important topic is reviewed by Norbert Müller in this issue. Accordingly,…

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