Enhanced choice for viewing cocaine pictures in cocaine addiction.

  title={Enhanced choice for viewing cocaine pictures in cocaine addiction.},
  author={Scott J Moeller and Thomas Maloney and Muhammad A. Parvaz and Jonathan P. Dunning and Nelly Alia-Klein and Patricia A. Woicik and Greg Hajcak and Frank Telang and Gene-Jack Wang and Nora D. Volkow and Rita Z. Goldstein},
  journal={Biological psychiatry},
  volume={66 2},
BACKGROUND Individuals with cocaine use disorder (CUD) chose cocaine over nondrug rewards. In two newly designed laboratory tasks with pictures, we document this modified choice outside of a cocaine administration paradigm. METHODS Choice for viewing cocaine, pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral pictures--under explicit contingencies (choice made between two fully visible side-by-side images) and under more implicit contingencies (selections made between pictures hidden under flipped-over cards… CONTINUE READING

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