Recall rendered dependent on an opiate state.

@article{Slot1999RecallRD,
  title={Recall rendered dependent on an opiate state.},
  author={Liesbeth A Bruins Slot and F. C. Colpaert},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={1999},
  volume={113 2},
  pages={337-44}
}
Remembering may require that the organism be in a state that is similar to that in which the event was initially experienced (state dependence [StD]). We determined whether morphine induces StD and whether this StD is conceivably involved in the analgesic effects that opiates produce. Rats trained while treated with morphine recalled the learned response when tested with this opiate but not when in their nondrugged state, and vice versa. Furthermore, morphine analgesia occurred in a manner that… CONTINUE READING