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|1||Your Brain, Your Mind - Your Choice||1|
|2||Current Drug Users - Future Addicts?||5|
|3||How the Brain Is Organized||15|
|4||How the Parts of the Brain Communicate With Each Other||31|
|5||How Addictive Drugs Change the Way Neurons Communicate||49|
|6||How Drugs Get Into the Brain - and Out Again||77|
|7||Drugs Tell the Brain to Take More Drugs||93|
|8||How Drugs Change the Brain to Produce Intoxication, Tolerance, Sensitization, Physical Dependence, and Withdrawal||109|
|9||How Drugs Change the Brain to Produce Psychological Dependence, Craving, and Addiction||131|
|10||Intervention and Treatment||153|
|11||Therapeutic Use of Addictive Drugs: How Can a Bad Drug Be Good?||175|
|12||Summing It All Up||195|
Posted June 27, 2001
The title above is one of mine own. I wrote this as a presentation for school. Inwhich, I explain to my fellow students the effects of alcohol and cocaine on the brain and body.I also made reference that I am the Chairperson for The Hill/McNeely Group Ministry-Substance Abuse Awareness Program.
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