Inducing craving for alcohol in the laboratory.

@article{Litt1999InducingCF,
  title={Inducing craving for alcohol in the laboratory.},
  author={Mark D Litt and Ned L. Cooney},
  journal={Alcohol research & health : the journal of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism},
  year={1999},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={174-8}
}
Research on the mechanisms of craving often involves inducing craving in subjects in controlled settings. This article describes techniques that have been used to induce craving for alcohol, including (1) exposing subjects to actual alcoholic beverages, (2) exposing subjects to visual representations of alcoholic beverages, (3) manipulating the subjects' mood states, and (4) controlling environmental settings. The intensity of craving can be rated by the subjects themselves or can be assessed… CONTINUE READING

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