- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- 1 Introduction: The Makings of a Responsible Addict
- 2 Drug Addiction as Incentive Sensitization
- 3 Free Will as Recursive Self-Prediction: Does a Deterministic Mechanism Reduce Responsibility?
- 4 Addiction, Responsibility, and Ego Depletion
- 5 Lowering the Bar for Addicts
- 6 Decision-Making Capacity and Responsibility in Addiction
- 7 Addiction and Criminal Responsibility
- 8 Grounding for Understanding Self-Injury as Addiction or (Bad) Habit
- 9 Contingency Management Treatments of Drug and Alcohol Use Disorders
- 10 Addiction, Paradox, and the Good I Would
- 11 What Is It Like to Be an Addict?
- About the Authors
- Addiction and Responsibility
- The MIT Press
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