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Addiction Biology


Title Abbreviation
Addict Biol
ISSN
1355-6215
Electronic ISSN
1369-1600
Readership
Biologists, Molecular Biologists, Neuroscientists, Nurses, Pharmacologists, Physicians, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Substance Abuse Administrators
Scope
Addiction Biology is focused on neuroscience contributions and it aims to advance our understanding of the action of drugs of abuse and addictive processes. Papers are accepted in both animal experimentation or clinical research. The content is geared towards behavioral, molecular, genetic, biochemical, neuro-biological and pharmacology aspects of these fields. Addiction Biology includes peer-reviewed original research reports and reviews. The focus of Addiction Biology is on neuroscience contributions, which aim at advancing our understanding regarding aspects on the action of drugs of abuse and addictive processes. Papers are accepted whose content is geared towards behavioral, molecular, genetic, biochemical, neuro-biological and pharmacological fields of animal experimentation and clinical research.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA)
Publisher Name
Wiley-Blackwell
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