I have no personal experience or real knowledge of neuropsychology of substance use disorders. From class I was partially aware that there are biological reasons that can make someone more predisposed for substance use which are discussed on page 372. Something new that this article discussed was that “…studies have not yet identified the genetic factors meditating these individual differences.” (376). Do you believe that addiction is a disease or a choice?
I’m excited and honored to have been able to help develop and launch COBE (the College Behavioral and Emotional Health Initiative) this past week. It has been a busy, crazy, intense, fun whirlwind of activity. This past June my marvelous mentor, Danielle Dick, had the “crazy” idea to try and launch COBE, a concept that […]
“You can’t learn from remembering. You can’t learn from guessing. You can learn only from moving forward at the rate you are moved, as brightness into brightness.” ~Sarah Manguso