Elizabeth M Craig

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Nicotine and ethyl alcohol (EtOH) interact neurophysiologically and induce internal sensory states that contribute to their coabuse. Evaluating the combined internal sensory effects of nicotine and alcohol may be important for understanding this nexus. With rats, this investigation used an operant drug discrimination procedure to establish discriminative(More)
The Draw A Person test has continued to be one of the most frequently utilized psychological tests with children and adolescents. This is especially true for the child/adolescent populations in state hospitals. Because of the frequent criticism leveled against the DAP's validity, this study was undertaken in order to provide normative data for the DAP with(More)
Because of the increasing number of adolescents being admitted to state hospitals, because of the continuing need for appropriate testing materials for these patients, and because of the frequent criticism leveled against the DAP's validity, this study was undertaken in order to provide normative data for the DAP with this particular clinical population.(More)
Interoceptive states interact with exteroceptive contexts in modulating operant behavior, which is maintained by its consequences. Evaluating discriminative stimulus control by overlapping interoceptive and exteroceptive configurations (gestalts) and the contribution of each modality may be clinically important for understanding aspects of relapsing(More)
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