Addiction

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Nicotine explanations
Desensitisation- dopamine release (reductionist). Regulation- tolerance increase (comorbidity with SZ, alcoholism etc).
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Learning theory and conditioning A01
Operant- + dopamine release, - avoid withdrawal. Classical- cues stimulate arousal
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Learning theory and conditionng A03
Animal studies, social views on smoking- (social influence and subjective norms), act of smoking is addictive not the substance- Rose & Corigall
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Therapy
aversion; unpleasant association, antagonist; block dopamine, agonists; subsitute
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Nicotine therapy
Gum, patches, aversion therapy- replace positive feeling with negative feeling (unethical)
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Gambling
Expectancy, self efficacy- cognitive distortions. cognitive bias- skills, personal traits.
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CBT for gambling
replace cognitive distortions, (social skills, specific skills)- coping tools to deal with triggers
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Ajzen (1985-1991)
intention and behaviour- personal attitudes- others beliefs- beleif of ability to stop (LOC and social influence).
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Operant- + dopamine release, - avoid withdrawal. Classical- cues stimulate arousal

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Learning theory and conditioning A01

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Animal studies, social views on smoking- (social influence and subjective norms), act of smoking is addictive not the substance- Rose & Corigall

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aversion; unpleasant association, antagonist; block dopamine, agonists; subsitute

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Gum, patches, aversion therapy- replace positive feeling with negative feeling (unethical)

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