Environmental cues, alcohol seeking, and consumption in baboons: effects of response requirement and duration of alcohol abstinence.

@article{Weerts2006EnvironmentalCA,
  title={Environmental cues, alcohol seeking, and consumption in baboons: effects of response requirement and duration of alcohol abstinence.},
  author={Elise M Weerts and Amy K. Goodwin and Barbara J. Kaminski and Robert D. Hienz},
  journal={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research},
  year={2006},
  volume={30 12},
  pages={
          2026-36
        }
}
BACKGROUND Environmental stimuli (cues) that have been paired with alcohol drinking may evoke classically conditioned states that in turn influence alcohol consumption and relapse to heavy drinking. Animal models using chained schedules of alcohol reinforcement may be useful for examining such complex interactions. METHODS Alcohol drinking was established in 4 baboons. A sequence of lights and tones was presented during daily 3-hour sessions. First, cues were presented alone and no programmed… CONTINUE READING
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