Frequency of recent cocaine and alcohol use affects drug craving and associated responses to stress and drug-related cues

@article{Fox2005FrequencyOR,
  title={Frequency of recent cocaine and alcohol use affects drug craving and associated responses to stress and drug-related cues},
  author={Helen C. Fox and Makram Talih and Robert Malison and George M. Anderson and Rajita Sinha},
  journal={Psychoneuroendocrinology},
  year={2005},
  volume={30},
  pages={880-891}
}
RATIONALE Stress is known to increase drug craving, associated physiological arousal and risk of relapse in drug dependent individuals. However, it is unclear whether these responses are altered by recent frequency of drug use. The current study examined whether frequency of cocaine and alcohol abuse alters drug craving and associated arousal with laboratory exposure to stress and to drug related cues. METHODS Fifty-four recently abstinent treatment-seeking cocaine abusers who were part of a… CONTINUE READING

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