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Evidence from rats that morphine tolerance is a learned response

Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology

Jul 1, 1975

S Siegel

PMID: 425

Abstract

It is proposed that the direct analgesic effect of morphine becomes attenuated over the course of successive administrations of the narcotic by a conditioned, compensatory, hyperalgesic response elicited by the administration procedure, the net result being analgesic tolerance. Using th...read more

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Analgesics
Opioids
Morphine
Narcotics
Placebos
Reaction Time
Conditioned Reflex
Mental Association
Absence of Pain Sensation
Morphine Measurement
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Evidence from rats that morphine tolerance is a learned response

Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology

Jul 1, 1975

S Siegel

PMID: 425

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Abstract

It is proposed that the direct analgesic effect of morphine becomes attenuated over the course of successive administrations of the narcotic by a conditioned, compensatory, hyperalgesic response elicited by the administration procedure, the net result being analgesic tolerance. Using th...read more

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Analgesics
Opioids
Morphine
Narcotics
Placebos
Reaction Time
Conditioned Reflex
Mental Association
Absence of Pain Sensation
Morphine Measurement
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