Association of depressive symptoms during abstinence with the subjective high produced by cocaine.
Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, UCLA School of Medicine, USA.
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The American journal of psychiatry
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These data suggest that the severity of depressive symptoms experienced during initial abstinence is associated with the intensity of the subsequent high produced by cocaine. This finding could help explain why individuals who experience greater levels of depression-like symptoms during abstinence appear to be at greater risk for unsuccessful treatment outcome.
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