Mood state and recent cocaine use are not associated with levels of cocaine cue reactivity.

@article{Robbins2000MoodSA,
  title={Mood state and recent cocaine use are not associated with levels of cocaine cue reactivity.},
  author={Steven J. Robbins and Ronald N. Ehrman and Anna Rose Childress and James Cornish and Charles P O'brien},
  journal={Drug and alcohol dependence},
  year={2000},
  volume={59 1},
  pages={33-42}
}
Eighty-one cocaine-dependent outpatients were assessed for their reactions to cocaine-related cues in a laboratory setting. All subjects contributed a urine sample prior to the session. Compared with non-drug control cues, the cocaine stimuli produced increases in physiological arousal, self-reports of high, craving, and withdrawal, and self-reports of negative mood. Subjects who tested cocaine-positive on the day of testing differed only in skin resistance responding from those who tested… CONTINUE READING