Reactivity to laboratory stress provocation predicts relapse to cocaine.

@article{Back2010ReactivityTL,
  title={Reactivity to laboratory stress provocation predicts relapse to cocaine.},
  author={Sudie E Back and Karen J. Hartwell and Stacia M DeSantis and Michael E. Saladin and Aimee L. McRae-Clark and Kimber L. Price and Megan M. Moran-Santa Maria and Nathaniel L. Baker and Eve G. Spratt and Mary Jeanne Kreek and Kathleen T. Brady},
  journal={Drug and alcohol dependence},
  year={2010},
  volume={106 1},
  pages={
          21-7
        }
}
BACKGROUND Cocaine dependence is a chronic relapsing disorder characterized by periods of abstinence and high rates of return to drug using behavior. Elevated levels of stress have been associated with relapse to cocaine; however, the nature of this association is not well understood. METHODS The relationship between reactivity to three human laboratory provocations and relapse to cocaine was investigated. Participants were 53 cocaine-dependent individuals who were admitted for a 2-day… Expand
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