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Alan W. Stacy & Reinout W. Wiers

In: Handbook of Implicit Cognition and Addiction

Chapter 34: Common Themes and New Directions in Implicit Cognition and Addiction

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Common Themes and New Directions in Implicit Cognition and Addiction
Common themes and new directions in implicit cognition and addiction

This book has presented many different perspectives on implicit cognitive processes in addiction. The diversity of measures, theories, and applications reflects the nature of a rapidly expanding, new area that has roots in different research areas and disciplines. Despite the variety, there are some important ways in which most of the chapters unite in their message and implications. In our view, one of the most important common messages is that an implicit cognition framework provides a new and useful way to conceptualize, understand, and prevent or treat addictions. Yet, these new ideas did not occur in a vacuum and have many historical roots. Another general theme ...

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