Blackjack Brain: A Neurological Perspective on Gambling

Posted by on April 07, 2014

Blackjack Brain: A Neurological Perspective on Gambling

Join us for a special look at
Problem Gambling from a neuroscience standpoint

Featuring Dr. Catherine Williams of the Office of Addiction Services

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Temple University
Ritter Annex Room 109
1301 Cecil B. Moore Ave., Philadelphia, PA
Ph: 215-204-6252 email:

Learning Objectives
– The neuro-physiology of gambling addiction
– The information processing of risk and reward
– Hi-jacked pleasure centers

Participants can attend in person at Temple University or participate via WebEx.
Participants who attend in person can qualify for 2.0 Social Work Continuing Education Credits.
For those wishing to participate by WebEx, instructions to log in to the Webinar will be emailed to those that register. Note: Attendees will be muted upon entry and will be able to participate via written questions. This session will also be taped.

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