2.2.12 Ch 3 - 1.2.12 1.31.12 Review Drug...

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1.31.12 Review Drug Self-administration : drugs (drug  stimuli) are reinforcers and can support  operant behavior. FR-3 METH reinforcer Liquid Sucrose  reinforcer
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1.31.12 Review Measuring Drug Effects in Nonhumans Spontaneous Motor Activity Inclined plane test Elevated plus maze Paw lick latency test Measuring Drug Effects in Humans EEG; perception; cognitive function; driving  performance (simulation). 
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1.31.12 Review Tolerance
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1.31.12 Review Mechanisms of Tolerance Metabolic tolerance Physiological tolerance Pharmacodynamic changes (e.g., increased or  decreased receptors in response to repeated drug  exposure. Behavioral Tolerance (today)
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1.31.12 Review Tolerance Tolerance doesn’t develop unless there are  functional disturbances in  homeostasis   of a  particular system or systems. Set Point Withdrawal and Physical Dependence Dependence  should only be used to refer to the  fact that a drug can cause withdrawal symptoms,  not to the state of compulsive use or addiction.
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1.31.12 Review Withdrawal and Physical Dependence Withdrawal Dependence  should only be used to refer to the  fact that a drug can cause withdrawal symptoms,  not to the state of compulsive use or addiction. Cross-Dependence
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2.2.12 Compensatory Responses and Withdrawal Opponent Process Theory [of emotion] A-process B-process Behavioral Tolerance Conditioned  Compensatory Response Sensitization
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Compensatory Response A compensatory response reflects a process  that is in place to restore a change in  homeostasis.  The response is  compensatory… If drug-induced hypothermia occurs, then an  compensatory response will increase  temperature…
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Compensatory Response  Examples Effects of heroin Heroin compensatory response [withdrawal symptoms] euphoria dysphoria constipation diarrhea & cramps relaxation agitation
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The Opponent Process  Theory
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course PYSC 503 taught by Professor Mr.harrod during the Spring '12 term at South Carolina.

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