Amphetamine self-administration by humans: modulation by contingencies associated with task performance

@article{Comer1996AmphetamineSB,
  title={Amphetamine self-administration by humans: modulation by contingencies associated with task performance},
  author={Sandra D. Comer and Margaret Haney and Richard W. Foltin and Marian W. Fischman},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={1996},
  volume={127},
  pages={39-46}
}
The effect of task performance feedback and associated monetary earnings on drug self-administration were evaluated using eight subjects in a residential laboratory setting. The hypothesis was that if subjects believed thatd-amphetamine impaired performance and reduced monetary earnings,d-amphetamine self-administration would decrease. Subjects performed computer tasks every day: on certain days that they received capsules, subjects were given bogus feedback regarding their performance (“better… CONTINUE READING
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