URI gets ACS grant to model addictive behavior

KINGSTON VILLAGE – When contemporary health professionals conduct long-term intensive studies to describe what drives addictive behaviors such as smoking, their studies produce tremendous amounts of data. To help analyze those data and characterize critical processes underlying addiction, Theodore Walls, an assistant professor of behavioral science at the University of Rhode Island, has received an…

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