Positive Reinforcement And Addiction Name: Institutional affiliation: Positive Reinforcement And Addiction Ersche K. Gillan C. Jones P. Williams G. Ward L. Luijten M. . . . Robbins T. (2016). Carrots and sticks fail to change behavior in cocaine addiction. Science (New York N.Y.) 352(6292) 1468-71. Ersche et al aim at finding a solution in as far as cocaine addiction is concerned. Cocaine addiction is a major pandemic in as far as public health is concerned. The scholars assert that there are no medically proven pharmacological treatments in as far as the behavior of the addicted individuals is concerned. The scholars also aim at evaluating some of the reasons why people opt to take drugs to the level of addiction. The in fact abuse strong drugs including cocaine with proper scanning of the possible consequences of consuming these drugs. Eventually their actions become out of control and inflict a lot systems. The two scholars perform a case study of alcohol among other drugs and their impact on the human brain. This is an important study providing critical information on how substance abuse and addiction negatively influencing and affects the brain. Addiction paralyses how the brain functions. References Ersche K. Gillan C. Jones P. Williams G. Ward L. Luijten M. . . . Robbins T. (2016). Carrots and sticks fail to change behavior in cocaine addiction. Science (New York N.Y.) 352(6292) 1468-71. Koob G. (2013). Addiction is a Reward Deficit and Stress Surfeit Disorder. Frontiers in Psychiatry 4 72. Koob G. F. (2017). Antireward compulsivity and addiction: Seminal contributions of Dr. AthinaMarkou to motivational dysregulation in addiction. Psychopharmacology 1-18. Roy A Wise & George F Koob. (2013). The Development and Maintenance of Drug Addiction. Neuropsychopharmacology 39(2) 254. Turton &Lingford-Hughes. (2016). Neurobiology and principles of addiction and tolerance. Medicine 44(12) 693-696. [...]
) Annotated Bibliography (10pts) – Each student in the group must conduct a literature review, type and submit an annotated bibliography that is independent of their Research Group. You will need to find a minimum of 5 peer-reviewed articles for your annotated bibliography. See example and rubric. All reference articles must be published after the year 2000. Again, you will complete the annotated bibliography independent of the rest of your Research Group.