Evidence for Habitual and Goal-Directed Behavior Following Devaluation of Cocaine: A Multifaceted Interpretation of Relapse

@inproceedings{Root2009EvidenceFH,
  title={Evidence for Habitual and Goal-Directed Behavior Following Devaluation of Cocaine: A Multifaceted Interpretation of Relapse},
  author={David H Root and Anthony T. Fabbricatore and David J. Barker and Sisi Ma and Anthony P. Pawlak and Mark O. West},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND Cocaine addiction is characterized as a chronically relapsing disorder. It is believed that cues present during self-administration become learned and increase the probability that relapse will occur when they are confronted during abstinence. However, the way in which relapse-inducing cues are interpreted by the user has remained elusive. Recent theories of addiction posit that relapse-inducing cues cause relapse habitually or automatically, bypassing processing information related… CONTINUE READING

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