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Academic Article Loss of functional specificity in the dorsal striatum of chronic cocaine users.
Academic Article Loss of laterality in chronic cocaine users: an fMRI investigation of sensorimotor control.
Academic Article Elevated gray and white matter densities in cocaine abstainers compared to current users.
Academic Article The association between frontal-striatal connectivity and sensorimotor control in cocaine users.
Concept Cocaine-Related Disorders
Academic Article Recovering from cocaine: insights from clinical and preclinical investigations.
Academic Article Mobilization of Medial and Lateral Frontal-Striatal Circuits in Cocaine Users and Controls: An Interleaved TMS/BOLD Functional Connectivity Study.
Academic Article Competing neurobehavioral decision systems theory of cocaine addiction: From mechanisms to therapeutic opportunities.
Academic Article A comprehensive study of sensorimotor cortex excitability in chronic cocaine users: Integrating TMS and functional MRI data.
Academic Article The effect of task difficulty on motor performance and frontal-striatal connectivity in cocaine users.
Academic Article Gray and white matter integrity influence TMS signal propagation: a multimodal evaluation in cocaine-dependent individuals.
Academic Article Attenuated neural response to emotional cues in cocaine-dependence: a preliminary analysis of gender differences.
Academic Article Elevated Brain Iron in Cocaine Use Disorder as Indexed by Magnetic Field Correlation Imaging.
Academic Article Transdiagnostic Effects of Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on Cue Reactivity.
Academic Article Biomarkers for Success: Using Neuroimaging to Predict Relapse and Develop Brain Stimulation Treatments for Cocaine-Dependent Individuals.

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