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Oral Communication 9, Tuesday Sept. 25th 3.30 pm–4.30 pm; Room: Lecture Hall 3 Pharmacological approaches to addictive behaviour—Part 1

Oral Communication 8, Tuesday Sept. 25th 3.30 pm–4.30 pm; Room: Lecture Hall 2 Alcohol an the immune system

Oral Communication 5, Monday Sept. 24th 5.00 pm–6.00 pm; Room: Lecture Hall 2 Internal medicine and basic sciences—Part 2

Oral Communication 11, Tuesday Sept. 25th 5.00 pm–6.00 pm; Room: Lecture Hall 2 Hormones and neurotransmitter in alcoholism

Oral Communication 12, Tuesday Sept. 25th 5.00 pm–6.00 pm; Room: Lecture Hall 3 Pharmacological approaches to addictive behaviour—Part 2

Oral Communication 6, Monday Sept. 24th 5.00 pm–6.00 pm; Room: Lecture Hall 3 Patients, programmes and epidemiology—Part 2

Oral Communication 3, Monday Sept. 24th 3.30 pm–4.30 pm; Room: Lecture Hall 3 Patients, programmes and epidemiology—Part 1

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Human interaction through the use of speech, or spoken messages. In common usage loosely referred to as verbal communication, particularly face-to-face interaction, but more strictly including mediated use of the spoken word (e.g. a telephone conversation), where, in addition to spoken words, there are still also vocal cues.

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