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Brain area involved in addiction activated earlier than previously thought in recreational cocaine users
Even among non-dependent cocaine users, cues associated with consumption of the drug lead to dopamine release in an area of the brain thought to promote compulsive use, according to researchers at McGill University.
The findings, published in Scientific Reports, suggest that people who consider themselves recreational users could be further along the road to addiction than they might have realized.
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Vers la conjecture de Macpherson: l'algèbre des orbites d'un groupes de permutations à profil polynomial est de type fini.
Bayesian nonparametric inference for discovery probabilities: credible intervals and large sample asymptotics
Bayesian nonparametric inference for discovery probabilities.
York University, Toronto
May 25-27, 2017
Svetlana Barkanova (Acadia University)
Ariel Edery (Bishop's University)
Marko Horbatsch (York University)
Matthew Johnson (York University)
Classrooms that encourage competition between students may inadvertently be creating settings where bullying is more likely to take place. That’s one of the conclusions that can be drawn from work led by McGill University researchers Maria Di Stasio and Robert Savage, who recently published a paper on the subject in the Journal of Adolescence. But it’s only part of the story.
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In a special article contributed to the Montreal Gazette, Safia Ahmad interviewed Mélodie Daoust, graduating student in our