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Neural imaginaries at work: Exploring Australian addiction treatment providers’ selective representations of the brain in clinical practice

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Neural imaginaries at work: Exploring Australian addiction treatment providers’ selective representations of the brain in clinical practice. / Barnett, Anthony; Pickersgill, Martyn; Dilkes-Frayne, Ella; Carter, Adrian .

In: Social Science & Medicine, 07.04.2020, p. 112977.

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Barnett, A, Pickersgill, M, Dilkes-Frayne, E & Carter, A 2020, 'Neural imaginaries at work: Exploring Australian addiction treatment providers’ selective representations of the brain in clinical practice', Social Science & Medicine, pp. 112977. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.112977

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Barnett, A., Pickersgill, M., Dilkes-Frayne, E., & Carter, A. (2020). Neural imaginaries at work: Exploring Australian addiction treatment providers’ selective representations of the brain in clinical practice. Social Science & Medicine, 112977. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.112977

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Barnett A, Pickersgill M, Dilkes-Frayne E, Carter A. Neural imaginaries at work: Exploring Australian addiction treatment providers’ selective representations of the brain in clinical practice. Social Science & Medicine. 2020 Apr 7;112977. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.112977

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Barnett, Anthony ; Pickersgill, Martyn ; Dilkes-Frayne, Ella ; Carter, Adrian . / Neural imaginaries at work: Exploring Australian addiction treatment providers’ selective representations of the brain in clinical practice. In: Social Science & Medicine. 2020 ; pp. 112977.