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Study: Cocaine and Meth Users Can’t Distinguish Between Right and Wrong

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Study: Cocaine and Meth Users Can’t Distinguish Between Right and Wrong

These results (study in Psychopharmacology)  suggest a dynamic pattern of fronto-limbic moral processing related to stimulant use with deficits in both central motive and cognitive integration elements of biological moral processes theory. This increases our understanding of how drug use relates to moral processing in the brain in an ultra-high-risk population

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