Drug-intake regulation and the interplay between economic costs and benefits: comment on Lynch and Carroll (2001).

@article{Madden2001DrugintakeRA,
  title={Drug-intake regulation and the interplay between economic costs and benefits: comment on Lynch and Carroll (2001).},
  author={Gregory J. Madden},
  journal={Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology},
  year={2001},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={148-50; discussion 160-2}
}
W. J. Lynch and M. E. Carroll's (2001) review argues against aversive effects and for satiation and direct effects as the mechanisms responsible for the descending limb of the dose-response function. Analysis is provided that suggests they may prematurely dispose of the aversive-effects account. Further analysis of the evidence for satiation and direct effects supports the authors' contention that neither can be exclusively supported. A brief behavioral-economic analysis of drug-intake… CONTINUE READING

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