Conditioned alcohol-like and alcohol-opposite responses in humans

@article{Staiger2004ConditionedAA,
  title={Conditioned alcohol-like and alcohol-opposite responses in humans},
  author={P. Staiger and J. White},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2004},
  volume={95},
  pages={87-91}
}
Conditioned heart rate and skin temperature responses of 12 social drinkers were observed following repeated exposure to alcohol. Each subject received alcohol for four sessions in one room and a non-alcoholic drink for four sessions in a room of quite different appearance. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks were distinctive and the alcoholic content could not be determined on the basis of taste. In the final three testing sessions, placebos were presented in order to test the influence of room… Expand
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