Behavioural Pharmacology and Stimulant Abuse
Role of reward and enhancement of conditioned reward in persistence of responding for cocaine
Models of relative reinforcing efficacy of drugs and their predictive utility
Electrophysiological basis of the reinforcing effects of cocaine
Temporal determinants of intravenous cocaine self-administration in rhesus monkeys1
Reinforcer interactions under concurrent schedules of food, water, and intravenous cocaine
Individual reactivity to novelty predicts probability of amphetamine self-administration
Stereoselective effects of cocaine
Antagonism of cocaine self-administration by selective dopamine D1 and D2 antagonists
Effects of continuous infusions of SCH 23390 on cocaine- or food-maintained behavior in rhesus monkeys
Non-pharmacological factors in drug abuse
Behavioral pharmacology, drug abuse, and the future