Attenuated salivary cortisol secretion under cue exposure is associated with early relapse.

@article{Junghanns2005AttenuatedSC,
  title={Attenuated salivary cortisol secretion under cue exposure is associated with early relapse.},
  author={Klaus Junghanns and Ulrike Tietz and Leif Dibbelt and M Kuether and R Jurth and Dieter Ehrenthal and Sebastian Blank and Jutta Backhaus},
  journal={Alcohol and alcoholism},
  year={2005},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={80-5}
}
AIMS To test whether the risk of relapse in alcohol dependence is predicted by the subjective experience of cue exposure (CE) and/or cortisol reactivity to alcohol cues. METHODS Salivary cortisol and self-ratings of 'tension' and 'desire to drink' were measured in 32 detoxified alcohol-dependent inpatients during CE sessions conducted in the first and third week of motivation enhancement therapy. Subjects completed the Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20) and the Abbreviated Alcohol Expectancy… CONTINUE READING

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