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Anthony Weiner May Have ‘A Sickness,’ But It’s Probably Not Sex Addiction

 

Neuroscience agrees. In recent years, scientists have been able to view the brains of addicts. When those addicted to drugs, alcohol, smoking, and gambling were shown pictures of their drug of choice by UCLA researchers, Swan wrote, there was a “clear and uniform response in their P300 brain waves, which are usually activated when we see something of particular interest or desire, as well as increased late positive potential (LPP) response, which measures the intensity of the brain’s response to a specific thing at a given moment.”

 

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