Behavioral and Cognitive Processes Related to Adolescent Drug Abuse
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BEHAVIORAL AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES RELATED TO ADOLESCENT DRUG ABUSE
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The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) invites applications in the area of behavioral, cognitive and social cognitive research that have the potential to address issues related to drug abuse and addiction during adolescence. The objective of this RFA is to stimulate research that has the potential to advance our understanding of the causes, consequences, prevention and treatment of adolescent drug abuse and addiction. Research is encouraged that is model- driven, and either (1) explores and delineates basic processes, particularly judgment and decision-making processes, related to drug abuse vulnerability during adolescence, or (2) directly studies drug abuse and the effects of drugs on particular aspects of adolescent cognitive function, particularly judgment and decision-making. The research does not need to be conducted in drug-abusing populations or involve administration of drugs, but investigators must provide a clear statement indicating how the proposed research would advance the understanding of drug use and addiction in adolescence. Cognitive science research that involves adolescent clinical populations is appropriate under this RFA. The research relevant to this announcement involves human subjects; for information about neuroscience research involving adolescent animal studies, contact Dr. Robert Riddle, 301-402-3155.