In this section we will offer educational materials, preferably in video format, that may be useful for those interested in clinical or pre-clinical research in addictions. We will also announce courses organized by RICPA or by collaborating entities.
- The class presented in this video, taught by Dr. Pautassi, is part of the course "NEUROBIOLOGY OF NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES " dictated within the framework of the Doctorate Degree in Neurosciences (CONEAU-category A, RESFC-2017-388- APN-CONEAU), as a basic course of the curriculum. Specifically, within the course, the class is part of the module «Basic and clinical mechanisms of diseases of the Central Nervous System. Introduction to Psychopathologies ». Said module was dictated by Drs. Juan Carlos Molina, Dr. Ricardo Pautassi and Leandro Dionisio. https://youtu.be/9EnF26V0G1A
- We share with you the participation of Dr. Nora Volkow (Director of the NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE, USA) in the XIV National Meeting and III International Meeting of the AACC, which took place at the National University of Córdoba, Argentina, between 21 to August 23, 2013. The conference is called "What we know about addiction." The Argentine Association of Behavioral Sciences (AACC) is a federal, non-profit organization, created on May 21, 1987 with the main objective of contributing to the development of scientific research and teaching in behavioral sciences, from a perspective interdisciplinary. The AACC website is http://www.aacconline.org.ar/ https://youtu.be/hudBlW6Xftw
- To understand chemical addictions it is very important to know how our brain is structured and works. In this excellent and extensive video, one of the Assigned Members of Chair A of Neurophysiology and Psychophysiology of the Faculty of Psychology of the National University of Córdoba (Argentina), Lic. Ana Daniela Bordón, reviews key elements of the Anatomy of the Brain. The Ascripta reviews inferior, superior, and lateral views, as well as the coronal, horizontal sagittal cuts, and all associated structures. https://youtu.be/cfYfSzIdFeI