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Dr. William Hoffman, MARC scientist
What's the subject of your current work?
Do methamphetamine users show differences in how they value immediate vs. more delayed rewards?
What do people's impulsivity levels indicate about their likelihood to stay abstinent?
How does functional neuroimaging work?
Do you have a hard time getting meth users interested in research?
What role can research play in preventing and treating addiction?
What about people who say addiction is a choice and addicts should just quit?
How did you decide to be a scientist?
How did you end up doing neuroimaging?
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William Hoffman