McGill University Study Reveals What May Make an Alcoholic Drink More

Published: Aug 08, 2013

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People at high risk for alcohol-use problems showed a greater dopamine response in a brain pathway that increases desire for rewards than those who are at lower risk, a new study has revealed. According to a new study by Prof. Marco Leyton , of McGill University`s Department of Psychiatry, people vulnerable to developing alcoholism exhibit a distinctive brain response when drinking alcohol.

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