PMID: 36764Jul 1, 1979

Clinical implications of state-dependent learning

The American Journal of Psychiatry
V I ReusR M Post


Researchers have found that state-dependent learning is associated with the administration of a wide variety of drugs. Recent data suggest that similar phenomena may occur secondary to endogenous changes in neuroregulatory substances. The authors point out that awareness of such changes in cognitive processing strategies and abilities should help to further our understanding of the phenomenology of psychiatric states and should generate psychotherapeutic techniques designed to maximize the transfer of information across psychiatric states.


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