Abstract| Volume 83, ISSUE 9, SUPPLEMENT , S232-S233, May 01, 2018

T265. Fluctuations in Craving and Mood State Bias Subjective Valuation in Addiction

      How craving and mood states (e.g., stress, boredom) bias behavior toward rewarding but less adaptive alternatives and away from an individual’s health goals is poorly understood, yet play a critical role in addiction and eating disorders. Here we test the hypothesis that underlying this bias is a state-dependent increase in the subjective value of these rewarding but less-adaptive choice alternatives.
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