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    Volume 8, Issue 1
    Review Article
    Ashkan Jahanyani, Saeed Karimi Matloub, Rasool Karimi Matloub, Iman Dianat, Fereshteh Saleki and Seyed Ali Hossin Zahraei*
    Drug addiction is a major medical and social problem worldwide. Cocaine, nicotine, methamphetamine, heroin, and other low molecular weight psychotropic substances can easily cross the blood brain barrier, eventually leading to addiction and other serious neurological damage.
    Given the socially and economically significant destructive effects of this disease, a considerable amount of research has been devoted to understanding a number of addiction issues, including behavioral and neuro pharmacological factors that contribute to the development of loss of control and persistence of compulsive addictive behaviors.
    Four groups of theories are discussed, those that: Addiction in terms of biological, social or psychological processes. Explain why certain stimuli have a strong tendency to become addictive. Focus on why some people are more prone to addiction. Discover the environmental and social conditions that increase or decrease the likelihood of addiction.
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