State‐dependent retrieval and chlorpheniramine

  title={State‐dependent retrieval and chlorpheniramine},
  author={S. J. Carter and H. Cassaday},
  journal={Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental},
State‐dependent retrieval is demonstrated when material learned under drug is best recalled in that same drug state. To test whether state‐dependency can be induced by an antihistamine, we administered chlorpheniramine (AH) in a ‘cross‐over’ design with four experimental conditions based on drug state at encoding and recall. These were AH–AH, AH–Placebo, Placebo–Placebo and Placebo–AH. There were three measures of retrieval: free recall of a list of 20 words, followed by cued recall of the same… Expand
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