Cognitive social learning and related perspectives on drug craving.

@article{Niaura2000CognitiveSL,
  title={Cognitive social learning and related perspectives on drug craving.},
  author={Raymond S Niaura},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={2000},
  volume={95 Suppl 2},
  pages={S155-63}
}
Many modern theories of drug use and dependence assign central prominence to the role of craving in drug use and relapse. However, some continue to debate whether drug craving has any motivational significance in terms of drug-using behaviors. Cognitive social learning theory adds additional perspective by imbedding craving within a network of cognitive processes that, as they inter-relate, influence drug use and relapse. This paper reviews tenets of cognitive social learning theory as they… CONTINUE READING

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