Classical Conditioning in Drug-Dependent Humansa

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  • CHARLES P. O'BRIEN,

    1. Mution Reseumh Center University of Pennsylvania 3900 Chemut Smt Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191 04-61 78 and Vetentns Adminisnation Medial Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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  • ANNA ROSE CHILDRESS,

    1. Mution Reseumh Center University of Pennsylvania 3900 Chemut Smt Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191 04-61 78 and Vetentns Adminisnation Medial Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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  • A. THOMAS McLELLAN,

    1. Mution Reseumh Center University of Pennsylvania 3900 Chemut Smt Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191 04-61 78 and Vetentns Adminisnation Medial Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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  • RONALD EHRMAN

    1. Mution Reseumh Center University of Pennsylvania 3900 Chemut Smt Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 191 04-61 78 and Vetentns Adminisnation Medial Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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    This work was supported by USPHS grants RO 1 DA 000586 and P50 DA 5186 and by the Department of Veterans AEairs. Portions of this review were previously presented at a NIDA technical review. This paper was presented in part at the 26th annual meeting of the Association for Research on Nervous and Mental Disease; see Kkrence 47.

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