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Dysregulation of emotional response in current and abstinent heroin users: negative heightening and

Dysregulation of emotional response in current and abstinent heroin users: negative heightening and

  1. H Bomber
    Abstract
    Objective: Evidence suggests that abstinent opioid users have abnormal emotional response to natural reinforcing stimuli, but little is known about the emotional response of subjects currently using heroin. Abnormal emotional experience could underlie poor sensitivity to negative events related to heroin use and reduced ability to consider alternative reinforcers to help overcome addiction. In this paper, we will assess the subjective response of current and
    abstinent heroin users exposed to emotionally competent positive and negative stimuli.

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  1. H Bomber
    H Bomber
    5/5,
    Version: 2009-06-08
    Well what do you know, apparently H fucks with your emotions. Who would have thought?