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Topics for Tuesday, Sep 14   Solomon-Corbit Model of Addiction    When US induces Euphoria      When US induces Dysphoria    Underlying Physiological Processes (UPP) Emotional State = Algebraic Summation of UPP     
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The Unpleasant US Changes in emotion due to  repeated experience with an  aversive  or unpleasant US.   Examples:     Epstein’s Skydivers
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Epstein’s Skydivers – Trial 1 
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Epstein’s Skydivers – Trial 100
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Epstein’s Skydivers Trials 1 and  100
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Underlying Physiological Processes According to the Solomon-Corbit Model: US elicits “a” “a” elicits “b” Algebraic summation of “a” and “b” 
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Underlying Physiological Processes According to the Solomon-Corbit Model: “a” is stimulus-driven (by the US) and  remains constant and stable across  trials. “b” is labile, becoming stronger across  trials (earlier onset, more intense, slower 
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Underlying Physiological Processes – Trial 1
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Algebraic Summation of  UPP Produces SES – Trial 1
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Underlying Physiological Processes – Trial 100
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Algebraic Summation of  UPP Produces SES – Trial 100
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Underlying Physiological Processes -  Trials 1 and 100
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Opponent Physiological Processes
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