Most Recent Articles by Dinko Kranjac, PhD
A diagnosis of autism is associated with a doubled risk for a variety of substance use-related problems including drug and alcohol use disorders.
Those suffering from depression and those diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy present with dysfunction across several cognitive domains.
An update on the latest research developments examining the connection between alcohol consumption and Alzheimer's disease.
Smoking during pregnancy has been linked withlong-term neurodevelopmental abnormalities and child behavioral problems.
Results indicate that patients with AUD show significant impairments in social problem resolution task.
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