Psychologists for addiction - Learning

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Learning - Gambling - Initiation - Griffiths
Argues that gamblers play slot machines may become addicted because of the physiological awards, psychological rewards and social rewards
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Learning - Gambling - Maintenance - Lambos et al
Founds that peers and family members of problem gamblers were more likely to approve of gambling.
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Learning - Smoking - Initiation - Mayeux et al
Found a positive relationships between smoking at age 16 and popularity two years later
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Learning - Smoking - Maintenance - Franklin et al
Although the effects of nicotine in the brain are important when first starting to smoke, smoking-related cues rapidly become conditioned stimuli and so activate the same brain areas, making cessation more difficult
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Learning - Smoking - Relapse - Hogarth et al
Found that the amount of cravinf increased significantly when a conditioned stimulus related to smoking was presented to a smoker
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Founds that peers and family members of problem gamblers were more likely to approve of gambling.

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Learning - Gambling - Maintenance - Lambos et al

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Found a positive relationships between smoking at age 16 and popularity two years later

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Although the effects of nicotine in the brain are important when first starting to smoke, smoking-related cues rapidly become conditioned stimuli and so activate the same brain areas, making cessation more difficult

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Found that the amount of cravinf increased significantly when a conditioned stimulus related to smoking was presented to a smoker

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