Cognitive training: a new avenue in gambling disorder management?

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Summary of "Cognitive training: a new avenue in gambling disorder management?"

Cognitive deficits are being robustly documented in gambling disorder. Cognitive training has been increasingly investigated as a treatment of substance use disorders. Four training components have been listed to date: cognitive bias, response inhibition, working memory, and goal-directed. This review aimed at the identification of use and efficacy findings in cognitive training in gambling disorder.


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Name: Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
ISSN: 1873-7528


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