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Episode 11

In this episode of Visions, we get an insight into the latest brain research explaining why long-term drug users find it so hard to kick the habit. We also preview the Faculty of Music's Spring Early Music Festival 2007.

More information

Research and Drug Addiction

www.orygen.org.au
www.psychiatry.unimelb.edu.au/mnc

Early Music Festival 2007

Early Music Festival website: http://www.music.unimelb.edu.au/events/concerts/emf.html

Credits

Brain Research and Drug Addiction

Producer/Reporter: Rebecca Scott
Camera: John Carter and Clive Banfield
Editor: Robert Cross

Thanks to
Dr Murat Yucel, Melbourne Neuropsychiatry Centre and ORYGEN Research Centre, University of Melbourne
Dr Dan Lubman, ORYGEN Research Centre, University of Melbourne
“Linda”, study participant

Spring Early Music Festival 2007

Producer/Reporter: Katherine Smith
Camera and sound: Clive Banfield and Michael Banfield
Editor: Robert Cross

Thanks to Paul Beier, Professor John Griffiths, Victoria Watts, Greg Dikmans, Vivien Hamilton and students from the Faculty of Music’s Early Music Baroque Ensemble and Early Voices.