Addiction Research Unit
Department of Psychology/University at Buffalo

ARU Discussion List

The ARU discussion group ( addresses issues related to drug addiction, drug abuse, and related topics in behavioral neuroscience. Although the list is primarily used for university course instruction, it is unmoderated and open to the public. Vistors are welcome to follow the discussions and to participate in the online tutorials. The ARU assumes no liability for the content of this list nor information disseminated through it.

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