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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/19/11 Topics for Tuesday, January 25   Solomon-Corbit Model of Addiction     A Model of Emotional Behavior Habituation to Onset of the US Sensitization to Offset of the US Examples:  Alcohol, Cocaine, Heroin, Romance, Chocolate, Cars
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2/19/11 Onset and Offset of US
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2/19/11 Feelings – Trial 1 
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2/19/11 Feelings – Trial 1 Within-trials habituation:  Decrease in the  intensity of “A” as a function of time  since the onset of the US. Contrast after-effect:  “B”, the emotional  response that follows the offset of the  US, is opposite in sign to “A”.   
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2/19/11 Feelings – Trial 100
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2/19/11 Feelings – Trial 100 Between-trials habituation:  Decrease in  the intensity of “A” as a function of  repeated experiences with the onset of  the US. Sensitization of contrast after-effect:   Increase in the intensity of “B” as a 
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/19/11 Feelings Trials 1 and 100
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