Douglas Mental Health University Institute neuroscientist, Véronique Bohbot, PhD, found stimulus-response learning in the brain is directly linked to the consumption of alcohol, tobacco and drugs.
Dr. Bohbot's findings have appeared in the most recent issue of Hippocampus. Véronique Bohbot will present her research results on November 13 at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in San Diego to speak about the importance of improving spatial navigation skills to balance and increase chances of a healthy cognition.
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