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Topics for Tuesday, Apr 12 Scientific Convergence of Ideas Incentive Sensitization Theory of Addiction  (Robinson and Berridge, University of  Michigan). Sign-Tracking Model of Addiction (Tomie,  Rutgers University).    “The Tail of the Raccoon” a Scientific Short Story  based on the Misbehavior of Organisms.
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Rutgers – The Research University   Rutgers is a research university. The University has asked the research faculty to  enhance the educational experience of the  students by bringing their research into the  classroom. The idea is to make students aware of the research  interests of the faculty and the implications of that  research for society at large.  
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Scientific Convergence of Ideas Scientists working in different disciplines, working  independently and traveling their separate paths, end up  saying the same thing, but each in the vocabulary of their  respective disciplines.  Convergent Models of Drug Addiction  from the scientific disciplines of  Neurobiology (Robinson and Berridge) and Pavlovian Conditioning (Tomie) 
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Based on Dopamine Activation Incentive Sensitization Theory of Drug Addiction (Robinson and Berridge, U. Michigan)
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 830:311 taught by Professor Rovee-collier during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.

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