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Drug instrumentalization and evolution: going even further.(Open Peer Commentary)(Author abstract)

Muller & Schumann (M&S) deserve applause for their interdisciplinary examination of drug use, evolution, and learning. Further steps can deepen their evolutionary analysis: a focus on adaptive benefits, a distinction between approach and consummatory behaviors, an examination of how drugs can create... Full description

Journal Title: Behavioral and Brain Sciences Dec, 2011, Vol.34(6), p.317(2)
Main Author: Lende, Daniel H.
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Language: English
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description: Muller & Schumann (M&S) deserve applause for their interdisciplinary examination of drug use, evolution, and learning. Further steps can deepen their evolutionary analysis: a focus on adaptive benefits, a distinction between approach and consummatory behaviors, an examination of how drugs can create adaptive lag through changing human niche construction, the importance of other neurobehavioral mechanisms in drug use besides instrumentalization, and the importance of sociocultural dynamics and neural plasticity in both human evolution and chug use. doi: 10.1017/S0140525X11000744
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