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  • opioid
  • Experiment 2 suggested that the conditioned analgesic response was opioid mediated, as pre-test administration of naloxone blocked expression of the analgesic CR. (uky.edu)
  • Evidence-based treatments for opioid analgesic abuse are well known, but a study of U.S. media coverage appearing today Psychiatric Services in Advance suggests the news media more often frame the problem as a criminal justice issue and not a treatable health condition.Over the past two decades, the rates of opioid abuse, addiction, and overdose have climbed steadily in the United States. (psychone.net)
  • fear
  • This new project seeks to understand such over-generalization by examining the role of inductive reasoning in fear conditioning. (edu.au)
  • Yet changes of heart rate variability during fear conditioning have not been systematically studied in mice. (nih.gov)
  • Here, we investigated changes in heart rate and heart rate variability in both short-term and long-term contextual and cued fear conditioning. (nih.gov)
  • We found that while fear conditioning could increase heart rate, the most significant change was the reduction in heart rate variability which could be further divided into two distinct stages: a highly rhythmic phase (stage-I) and a more variable phase (stage-II). (nih.gov)
  • To assess how the retrieval of cued fear memory changes HR and HRV (with the minimal effect or interference from environmental effects), we used the home cage situation for cued recall so that the conditioned tone was played as mice remained in their home cages. (nih.gov)
  • Repeated administration of the anxiolytic NK1 receptor antagonist L-822429 lowered the conditioned fear response and shifted HR dynamics in HAB mice to a more regular pattern, similar to that in NAB mice. (nih.gov)
  • RR vs. RMSSD correlation analysis of high anxiety behaviour (HAB) and normal anxiety-like behaviour (NAB) mice across the different fear-conditioning experiments. (nih.gov)
  • acquisition
  • Research has established that curriculum-based measurement (CBM) procedures yield outcomes that are sensitive to a variety of educational conditions including the level of skill acquisition, context of assessment, duration of assessment, format of probe construction, and relative motivation of the target student. (ed.gov)
  • neutral
  • This study was designed to compare performance on multiple-skill mathematics CBM (M-CBM) across three assessments conditions: novel, reward, and neutral. (ed.gov)
  • Finally, the neutral condition was established when the conditions were familiar (i.e., not novel) and there was no contingent access to rewards (i.e., not reward). (ed.gov)
  • Results of repeated measures analysis of variance and follow-up planned analysis of main effects suggested that the median level of M-CBM performance on the first day of assessment (novel condition) was reduced by a statistically significant amount in comparison to either reward or neutral conditions. (ed.gov)
  • There were no significant differences in performance between neutral and reward conditions. (ed.gov)
  • Animals
  • Quantity of food (g) consumed during the four conditioning sessions.During the conditioning period, the animals were given a 30-min flavoured meal associated with NaCl, LiCl or Glucose (Glu) duodenal injection. (nih.gov)
  • effects
  • With these facts in mind, I would argue it is worth studying the combined effects of DCS and Evaluative Conditioning. (blogspot.com)
  • It seems to me that DCS will probably enhance the effects of Evaluative Conditioning. (blogspot.com)
  • In any event, if the combined effects of DCS and Evaluative Conditioning statistically outperform other methods of treatment, that fact would be useful in and of itself. (blogspot.com)
  • autism
  • Implicit mentalizing, a fast, unconscious and rigid way of processing other's mental states has recently received much interest in typical social cognitive development in early childhood and in adults with autism spectrum condition (ASC). (frontiersin.org)
  • Autism and Asperger's: Two Separate Conditions, or Not? (psychologytoday.com)
  • If that's so, they raise the question: Are Asperger's and autism two distinct and separate conditions? (psychologytoday.com)
  • type
  • Funded by the National Institute for Health Research and the Economic and Social Research Council, it consisted of 1,547 people diagnosed with dementia who provided information on the number and type of health conditions. (exeter.ac.uk)
  • 2) Along w/ DCS being a very exciting new avenue of research, psychologists have developed a new type of technique called Evaluative Conditioning that implements a computer task that helps retrain the mind's associations. (blogspot.com)
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  • Mental
  • Guest Perspective: Deployment, Mental Health Conditions and Psychotropic Medications - Good to Go? (deploymentpsych.org)
  • The Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Policy Memorandum, entitled "Clinical Practice Guidelines for Deployment-Limiting Mental Disorders and Psychotropic Medications," offers additional guidance specifically pertaining to mental health conditions and medications used to treat them. (deploymentpsych.org)
  • Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists spokesman Dr Chan Lap-kei said the shortfall means psychiatrists in the public sector only have a few minutes to talk to each patient to decide whether their mental condition is in serious need of medical care. (psychologymatters.asia)
  • University
  • In a study led by the University of Exeter, most people with dementia had one or more additional chronic health condition - or comorbidity- with hypertension (high blood pressure) being the most common. (exeter.ac.uk)
  • pain
  • She said: "People with dementia living with additional health conditions are at greater risk of experiencing pain, mobility problems, anxiety and depression, and report poor quality of life. (exeter.ac.uk)
  • period
  • The PoincarĂ© plot showed increase in heartbeat regularity during the 30-sec conditioned tone period (see red segments in Figure 6B). (nih.gov)
  • towards
  • Suharev A.V. Etnopsihoterapevticheskij podhod k cheloveku v usloviyah sovremennogo krizisa ego ehkosistemy [Ethnopsychological approach towards a human under the conditions of the modern crisis of its ethnosystem]. (psyjournals.ru)
  • high
  • As part of the Center for Deployment Psychology's ongoing mission to provide high-quality education on military- and deployment-related psychology, we are proud to present our latest "Guest Perspective. (deploymentpsych.org)
  • health condition
  • Most people living with dementia also have at least one other health condition, and health services need to adapt to optimise their health and quality of life, a new study concludes. (exeter.ac.uk)
  • time
  • During conditioning, the pigs spent more time lying inactive, and investigated their environment less after the F(LiCl) than the F(NaCl) or F(Glu) meals. (nih.gov)
  • important
  • The following series of experiments explores the question of whether the modality of the CS and the index used for conditioned drive are, in fact, important in demonstrating the conditioning of hunger, using natural deprivation as the UCS. (ed.gov)
  • study
  • With 800,000 people in the UK currently living with dementia, this study highlights the need for better care planning and support to deal with multiple conditions in a more integrated way. (exeter.ac.uk)
  • The researchers found that 74 per cent of people with dementia in the study had one or more additional health conditions, while 22 per cent had at least three additional conditions. (exeter.ac.uk)
  • The present study examined two possible accounts of the failure for morphine conditioned salt aversion to be directly expressed. (uky.edu)
  • major
  • Modern evidence-based care includes use of appropriate psychotherapies and medications to treat major depressive disorder, PTSD, and other deployment-related conditions. (deploymentpsych.org)
  • Learning
  • Psychology Student Notebook - Chapter 5 Learning Chapter. (coursehero.com)
  • Here, we report that the D1/D5 dopamine receptor agonist SKF-38393 substantially improved gerbils' FM discrimination learning when administered systemically or locally into the auditory cortex shortly before, shortly after, or 1 day before conditioning. (nih.gov)
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