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  • Catalogue en ligne Bibliothèque médicale
    EMCDDA Monographs 9 2009 Langues Anglais eng Mots clés ADDICTION NEUROBIOLOGIE ETHIQUE Résumé This report reviews developments in the neuroscience of addiction explores how they might affect the way we view and treat drug problems and considers the issues that they raise for drug policy in Europe In language that is easily accessible the report presents the complex brain processes involved in addition and the ethical implications inherent to current addiction research En ligne http www emcdda europa eu publications monographs neurobiology Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice Addiction neurobiology ethical and social implications périodique EMCDDA Auteur Lisbonne EMCDDA 2009 181 p EMCDDA Monographs 9 2009 Langues Anglais eng Mots clés ADDICTION NEUROBIOLOGIE ETHIQUE Résumé This report reviews developments in the neuroscience of addiction explores how they might affect the way we view and treat drug problems and considers the issues that they raise for drug policy in Europe In language that is easily accessible the report presents the complex brain processes involved in addition and the ethical implications inherent to current addiction research En ligne http www emcdda europa eu publications monographs neurobiology Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb

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  • Catalogue en ligne Bibliothèque médicale
    Symposium of the British Pharmacological Society Aberdeen juillet 1971 Londres Macmillan 1972 290 p Index Langues Anglais eng Mots clés BIOCHIMIE PHARMACOLOGIE NEUROBIOLOGIE NEUROTRANSMETTEUR MORPHINE DEPENDANCE Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice Agonist and antagonist actions of narcotic analgesic drugs acte de congrès KOSTERLITZ H W COLLIER H O 1972 Symposium of the British Pharmacological Society Aberdeen juillet 1971 Londres Macmillan 1972

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  • Catalogue en ligne Bibliothèque médicale
    Macmillan 1972 290 p Index Langues Anglais eng Mots clés BIOCHIMIE PHARMACOLOGIE NEUROBIOLOGIE NEUROTRANSMETTEUR MORPHINE DEPENDANCE Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice Agonist and antagonist actions of narcotic analgesic drugs acte de congrès KOSTERLITZ H W COLLIER H O 1972 Symposium of the British Pharmacological Society Aberdeen juillet 1971 Londres Macmillan 1972 290 p Index Langues Anglais eng Mots clés BIOCHIMIE PHARMACOLOGIE

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  • Catalogue en ligne Bibliothèque médicale
    2005 Note générale PNAS vol 102 26 9388 9393p Langues Anglais eng Mots clés CANNABINOIDES NOUVEAU NE ABUS ETIOLOGIE RECEPTEUR CERVEAU NEUROBIOLOGIE Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice Altering cannabinoid signaling during development disrupts neuronal activity périodique BERNARD C MILH M 2005 PNAS vol 102 26 9388 9393p Langues Anglais eng Mots clés CANNABINOIDES NOUVEAU NE ABUS ETIOLOGIE RECEPTEUR CERVEAU NEUROBIOLOGIE Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice Exemplaires Code barres Cote Support Localisation Section Disponibilité 8817 P 544 Périodique Hôpital Marmottan Neurobiologie Exclu du prêt CSST 1998 2001 Exploitation des rapports d activité des centres de soins aux toxicomanes 1998 2001 PALLE C Public ISBD Aucun avis sur cette notice Titre CSST 1998 2001 Exploitation des rapports d activité des centres de soins aux toxicomanes 1998 2001 Type de document rapport Auteurs PALLE C BERNARD C Editeur Paris OFDT Année de publication 2003 Collection Focus Consommateurs et Conséquences Importance 50p Langues Français fre Mots clés CSST PRISE EN CHARGE EVALUATION TRAITEMENT AMBULATOIRE TRAITEMENT RESIDENTIEL COMPARAISON EVOLUTION ENQUETE POST CURE EPIDEMIOLOGIE DESCRIPTIVE CONTROLE JUDICIAIRE Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice CSST 1998 2001 Exploitation des rapports d activité des centres de soins aux toxicomanes 1998 2001 rapport PALLE C BERNARD C OFDT 2003 50p Focus Consommateurs et Conséquences Langues Français fre Mots clés CSST PRISE EN CHARGE EVALUATION TRAITEMENT AMBULATOIRE TRAITEMENT RESIDENTIEL COMPARAISON EVOLUTION ENQUETE POST CURE EPIDEMIOLOGIE DESCRIPTIVE CONTROLE JUDICIAIRE Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice Exemplaires Code barres Cote Support Localisation Section Disponibilité 8455 R 1043 Rapport Hôpital Marmottan Prise en charge Exclu du prêt Introduction à l étude de la médecine expérimentale BERNARD C Public ISBD

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  • Catalogue en ligne Bibliothèque médicale
    M Année de publication 2005 Note générale PNAS vol 102 26 9388 9393p Langues Anglais eng Mots clés CANNABINOIDES NOUVEAU NE ABUS ETIOLOGIE RECEPTEUR CERVEAU NEUROBIOLOGIE Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice Altering cannabinoid signaling during development disrupts neuronal activity périodique BERNARD C MILH M 2005 PNAS vol 102 26 9388 9393p Langues Anglais eng Mots clés CANNABINOIDES NOUVEAU NE ABUS ETIOLOGIE

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  • Catalogue en ligne Bibliothèque médicale
    102 26 9388 9393p Langues Anglais eng Mots clés CANNABINOIDES NOUVEAU NE ABUS ETIOLOGIE RECEPTEUR CERVEAU NEUROBIOLOGIE Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice Altering cannabinoid signaling during development disrupts neuronal activity périodique BERNARD C MILH M 2005 PNAS vol 102 26 9388 9393p Langues Anglais eng Mots clés CANNABINOIDES NOUVEAU NE ABUS ETIOLOGIE RECEPTEUR CERVEAU NEUROBIOLOGIE Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr

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  • Catalogue en ligne Bibliothèque médicale
    the neurochemical specificity of raclopride positron emission tomography scanning combined with psychophysiological measures of autonomic nervous system activity we found endogenous dopamine release in the striatum at peak emotional arousal during music listening To examine the time course of dopamine release we used functional magnetic resonance imaging with the same stimuli and listeners and found a functional dissociation the caudate was more involved during the anticipation and the nucleus accumbens was more involved during the experience of peak emotional responses to music These results indicate that intense pleasure in response to music can lead to dopamine release in the striatal system Notably the anticipation of an abstract reward can result in dopamine release in an anatomical pathway distinct from that associated with the peak pleasure itself Our results help to explain why music is of such high value across all human societies Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice Anatomically distinct dopamine release during anticipation and experience of peak emotion to music article SALIMPOOR V et al 2011 Nature vol 14 n 2 février 2011 pp 257 262 Langues Anglais eng Mots clés MUSIQUE PSYCHOLOGIE DOPAMINE NEUROBIOLOGIE Résumé Music an abstract stimulus can arouse feelings of euphoria and craving similar to tangible rewards that involve the striatal dopaminergic system Using the neurochemical specificity of raclopride positron emission tomography scanning combined with psychophysiological measures of autonomic nervous system activity we found endogenous dopamine release in the striatum at peak emotional arousal during music listening To examine the time course of dopamine release we used functional magnetic resonance imaging with the same stimuli and listeners and found a functional dissociation the caudate was more involved during the anticipation and the nucleus accumbens was more involved during the experience of peak emotional responses to music These

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  • Catalogue en ligne Bibliothèque médicale
    combined with psychophysiological measures of autonomic nervous system activity we found endogenous dopamine release in the striatum at peak emotional arousal during music listening To examine the time course of dopamine release we used functional magnetic resonance imaging with the same stimuli and listeners and found a functional dissociation the caudate was more involved during the anticipation and the nucleus accumbens was more involved during the experience of peak emotional responses to music These results indicate that intense pleasure in response to music can lead to dopamine release in the striatal system Notably the anticipation of an abstract reward can result in dopamine release in an anatomical pathway distinct from that associated with the peak pleasure itself Our results help to explain why music is of such high value across all human societies Permalink http www hopital marmottan fr documentation pmb opac css index php lvl notice Anatomically distinct dopamine release during anticipation and experience of peak emotion to music article SALIMPOOR V et al 2011 Nature vol 14 n 2 février 2011 pp 257 262 Langues Anglais eng Mots clés MUSIQUE PSYCHOLOGIE DOPAMINE NEUROBIOLOGIE Résumé Music an abstract stimulus can arouse feelings of euphoria and craving similar to tangible rewards that involve the striatal dopaminergic system Using the neurochemical specificity of raclopride positron emission tomography scanning combined with psychophysiological measures of autonomic nervous system activity we found endogenous dopamine release in the striatum at peak emotional arousal during music listening To examine the time course of dopamine release we used functional magnetic resonance imaging with the same stimuli and listeners and found a functional dissociation the caudate was more involved during the anticipation and the nucleus accumbens was more involved during the experience of peak emotional responses to music These results indicate that intense pleasure in response to music

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