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A Visceral Account of Addiction
A visceral account of addiction
GeorgeLoewenstein

In the past, addiction has been viewed as a sui generis phenomenon (Baker, 1988). Recent theories of addiction, however, draw implicit or explicit parallels between addiction and a wide range of other behaviors. The “disease theory,” for example, highlights similarities between addiction and infectious disease (e.g., ...

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