Brain Imaging in Substance Abuse. Research, Clinical and by Marc J. Kaufman

By Marc J. Kaufman

Harvard clinical tuition, Boston, MA. accomplished figuring out of the tools and effects acquired with medical neuroimaging experiences of substance abuse. For psychiatrists, radiologists, neurologists, psychologists, and lawyers. Examines standard neuropsychological assessments. DNLM: Substance-Related Disorders--diagnosis.

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