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Topics for Monday, Feb 1 Solomon-Corbit Model of Addiction The Unpleasant or Aversive US
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Addictive Behavior Induced by the Aversive US Sky-Divers Workout Warriors Students Combat Veterans
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The emotional response (subjective emotional state) that follows the onset of the US is called “a”
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Contrast after-effect The removal of the US is not accompanied by a return to baseline Removal of the US produces a mild dysphoric reaction(B) which is opposite to the euphoric reaction brought on by A
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Between-trials habituation Taking the drug on trial 100 does not produce the same effects as on trial 1 User experiences less euphoria on trial 100 than on trial 1 Euphoria is less intense than the first time
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Additional changes due to repeated drug use Sensitization of contrast after-effect Removing the drug on trial 100 does not produce the same effects as on trial 1 User experiences more intense dysphoria on trial 100 than on trial 1 (withdrawal agony) Dysphoria begins even before the drug has been completely removed (earlier onset) is more intense and longer lasting
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