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Neuropsychology and Addiction

Neuropsychology, a specialized field within psychology, explores the connection between an individual's cognition and behavior and their relationship to the brain and the broader nervous system. Practitioners in this discipline consistently focus on understanding how injuries or disorders of the brain impact cognitive and behavioral functions.

Addiction, identified as a neuropsychological disorder, is marked by a persistent and intense compulsion to engage in specific activities, often involving the use of a substance, despite significant harm and adverse consequences. Repetitive drug use consistently alters brain function, reinforcing cravings, and undermining self-control

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