BEHAVIOURAL SENSITIZATION
ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEXT SPECIAL ISSUE : BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY OF ALCOHOL
Tolerance and sensitization to the behavioral effects of drugs
Some future research directions : Commentary on Stewart and Badiani “Tolerance and sensitization to the behavioral effects of drugs”
The pharmacology and neural circuitry of sensitization to psychostimulants
Searching for the hidden order in chaos. Commentary on Kalivas et al. “The pharmacology and neural circuitry of sensitization to psychostimulants”
Psychomotor-stimulant sensitization : a unitary phenomenon?
Psychomotor stimulant sensitization : the corticotropin-releasing factor-steroid connection. Commentary on Wise and Leeb “Psychomotor-stimulant sensitization. a unitary phenomenon?“
Controlling interindividual differences in the unconditioned response to amphetamine in the study of environment-dependent sensitization
Strain-dependent behavioural sensitization to amphetamine : role of environmental influences
The role of D1 and D2 dopamine receptors in the acquisition and expression of cocaine-induced conditioned increases in locomotor behavior
“Priming” to dopamine agonist-induced contralateral turning as a model of non-associative sensitization to the expression of the post-synaptic dopamine message
Environmental modulation of both locomotor response and locomotor sensitization to the dopamine agonist quinpirole
Environmental and behavioral components of sensitization induced by the dopamine agonist quinpirole
Dissociation of the effects of amphetamine and quinpirole on dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens following behavioural sensitization : an ex vivo voltammetric study
Tolerance and sensitization to stimulant and depressant effects of nicotine in intracranial self-stimulation in the rat
Behavioral sensitization to MK-801 (dizocilpine) : neurochemical and electrophysiological correlates in the mesoaccumbens dopamine system
INVITED SPEAKERS : TOLERANCE AND SENSITIZATION. 30 YEARS OF PROGRESS
PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING, TOLERANCE, AND ADAPTATION
CONTEXT-DEPENDENT AND CONTEXT-INDEPENDENT SENSITIZATION TO STIMULANTS
INCENTIVE-SENSITIZATION AS THE BASIS OF DRUG CRAVING
BEHAVIOURAL MODELS FOR THE STUDY OF CROSS-SENSITIZATION
EVIDENCE THAT TOLERANCE DOES NOT DEVELOP TO OPIATE DRUGS : DISCRIMINATION AND ANALGESIA
TOLERANCE AND SENSITIZATION TO DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS PROPERTIES OF DRUGS
SENSITIZATION TO COCAINE'S REINFORCING EFFECTS FOLLOWING STIMULANT EXPOSURE
TOLERANCE TO THE REINFORCING EFFECTS OF COCAINE
APPROACHES FOR EVALUATING THE DEPENDENCE-PRODUCING PROPERTIES OF PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS IN HUMANS
PUGLISI-ALLEGRA S : GENOTYPE-DEPENDENT BEHAVIOURAL SENSITIZATION. ROLE OF ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES
EFFECTS OF ISOLATION REARING ON SUSCEPTIBILITY TO BEHAVIOURAL EFFECTS OF DRUGS
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN SENSITIVITY TO PSYCHOSTIMULANTS : IMPLICATIONS OF LIFE- EVENTS, GLUCOCORTICOIDS AND DOPAMINE
REWARD SYSTEM DESENSITIZATION BY STRESS AND RESENSITIZATION BY DOPAMINE AGONISTS
CHANGES IN SENSITIVITY TO PSYCHOSTIMULANTS AFTER PRENATAL BENZODIAZEPINE EXPOSURE
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF PSYCHOMOTOR STIMULANT SENSITIZATION
BEHAVIOURAL SENSITIZATION TO MORPHINE : RELATIONSHIP OF MOTIVATIONAL EFFECTS WITH ACCUMBENS DOPAMINE
NEURAL MECHANISMS OF SENSITIZATION TO COCAINE
NMDA RECEPTOR BLOCKADE PREVENTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF LONG-TERM IMIPRAMINE EFFECTS IN RATS
LIABILITY TO DRUG ABUSE : ROLE OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN NORADRENALINE AND CORTICOSTEROIDS
DOPAMINE D-1 RECEPTOR-MEDIATED RESPONSES IN 6-OHDA LESIONED RATS : SENSITIZATION DEVELOPMENT INVOLVES TRANSDUCTIONAL PATHWAYS
THE BEHAVIOURAL EFFECTS OF MINAPRINE MAY DEPEND ON SENSITIZATION OF BRAIN DOPAMINE SYSTEMS
ENDURING ENHANCEMENT OF 5HT RECEPTORS IN THE DORSAL RAPHE AND TRANSIENT INCREASE IN D1 BINDING SITES IN THE SUBSTANTIA NIGRA RETICULATA IN AMPHETAMINE SENSITIZED RATS
PRIMING TO DOPAMINE AGONISTS IN THE 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE MODEL OF TURNING AS A MODEL OF NON-ASSOCIATIVE SENSITIZATION
VOLTAMMETRIC EVIDENCE FOR DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF AMPHETAMINE AND QUINPIROLE ON DOPAMINE RELEASE AND DOPAMINE D2 RECEPTOR SENSITIVITY IN THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS FOLLOWING BEHAVIOURAL SENSITIZATION
NEUROLOGICAL MUTANT QUAKING MOUSE : SENSITIVITY TO D1 AND D2 DOPAMINE RECEPTOR AGONISTS
TOLERANCE OR SENSITIZATION TO SOME BEHAVIOURAL EFFECTS OF LISURIDE
SOCIAL DEPRIVATION INCREASES THE VULNERABILITY OF MALE WISTAR RATS TO DEVELOP BEHAVIOURAL SENSITIZATION TO D-AMPHETAMINE
AMPHETAMINE INCREASES THE SPEED OF LICKING IN THE RAT : SENSITIZATION AFTER CHRONIC INTERMITTENT TREATMENT
LONG-LASTING EFFECTS OF STRESS AND INHERENT REACTIVITY ON AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED LOCOMOTION
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED PLACE PREFERENCE : POSSIBLE IMPLICATION OF CONTEXT-DEPENDENT SENSITIZATION
EVIDENCE THAT D-AMPHETAMINE RELEASES SYNAPTICALLY ACTIVE DOPAMINE NOT ONLY FROM A NEWLY SYNTHESIZED BUT ALSO FROM A STORAGE POOL
AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED STEREOTYPED BEHAVIORS AND IMMEDIATE EARLY GENE EXPRESSION IN STRIATUM : SEX DIFFERENCES AND HORMONAL INFLUENCES
SENSITIZATION BY INTERMITTENT D-AMPHETAMINE OF BURST FIRING IN DOPAMINE CELLS INDUCE BY ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX
NOVELTY-INDUCED BEHAVIOUR AS A PREDICTOR OF RESPONSES TO D-AMPHETAMINE
ON THE PREFERENTIAL EFFECT OF AMPHETAMINE IN THE MESOLIMBIC SYSTEM : RELATIONSHIP WITH ACCUMBENS “SHELL” AS DEMONSTRATED BY MICRODIALYSIS
INJECTIONS OF AMPHETAMINE INTO THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA SENSITIZE THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS DOPAMINERGIC RESPONSE TO AMPHETAMINE
SENSITIZATION OF DA RELEASE IN THE ACCUMBENS FOLLOWING AMPHETAMINE : CALCIUM DEPENDENCY ACCOMPANIES ALTERED EFFECTS ON BEHAVIOURAL FUNCTION
TOLERANCE TO FENTANYL IN A MODEL THAT AVOIDS OPIOID WITHDRAWAL
SENSITIZATION TO THE NARCOTIC CUE : ROLE OF SUPPLEMENTAL DRUG ADMINISTRATION DESIGN
DEXAMETHASONE MODIFIES MORPHINE-INDUCED STRAUB REACTION IN MICE
ACUTE OPIOID PHYSICAL DEPENDENCE IN URINARY BLADDER OF ANAESTHETIZED RATS
NALTREXONE AFFECTS SPONTANEOUS AND SOCIALLY-ACQUIRED FOOD PREFERENCES IN MICE (MUS DOMESTICUS)
BEHAVIOURAL SENSITIZATION TO COCAINE AND ITS ANTAGONISM WITH NALTREXONE
EVIDENCE FOR STRESS-INDUCED DECREASE IN SENSITIVITY TO THE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF HEROIN
ROLE OF KAPPA OPIOID RECEPTORS IN MEDIATING COCAINE INDUCED SENSITIZATION : BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROCHEMICAL STUDIES
CLASSIFICATION OF ADDICTIVE DRUG EFFECTS ON THE MEASUREMENT OF RESPONSE MAY PREDICT THE NATURE OF THE CONDITIONED RESPONSE AND ITS DIRECTION
POSSIBLE ROLE OF NPFF AN “ANTIOPIOID” PEPTIDE IN OPIATE TOLERANCE AND DEPENDENCE
ISOLATED PREPARATIONS AS TOOLS TO STUDY THE MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN OPIATES DEPENDENCE
LONG TERM BEHAVIOURAL AND ENDOCRINE EFFECTS OF MATERNAL HYPERCORTICOSTERONEMIA DURING LACTATION
SIBLING EFFECT AND MORPHINE ANALGESIA : A CONTINUUM IN ADULT MALE AND FEMALE MICE
ISOLATION-REARING INCREASES LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY IN RESPONSE TO AN INJECTION OF COCAINE OR TO A NOVEL ENVIRONMENT, BUT DECREASES THE INTRAVENOUS SELF-ADMINISTRATION OF COCAINE OR THE INTRAACCUMBENS SELF-ADMINISTRATION OF D-AMPHETAMINE
NEONATAL PASSIVE AVOIDANCE PERFORMANCE AND CHOLINERGIC DEVELOPMENT IN RATS ARE ALTERED UPON POSTNATAL COCAINE EXPOSURE
CHANGES IN SENSITIVITY TO NOOTROPIC DRUGS IN RATS EXPOSED PRE-AND POSTNATALLY TO ETHANOL
STATE DEPENDENT FEAR EXTINCTION : DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF ANXIOLYTIC DRUGS
SENSITIZATION TO GABA FUNCTION INHIBITORS : ROLE OF NMDA RECEPTORS
DIVERSE CHANGES IN GABAERGIC MODULATION AFTER CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH TWO DIFFERENT BENZODIAZEPINES
STATE DEPENDENT EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT BENZODIAZEPINE (BZ) RECEPTOR AGONISTS
TOLERANCE AND DEPENDENCE TO NITRAZEPAM AND BUSPIRON—THE ROLE OF THE DOPAMINERGIC MECHANISM
QUANTITATIVE EEG AND BEHAVIOURAL MODIFICATIONS DURING TOLERANCE AND WITHDRAWAL AFTER PROLONGED ADMINISTRATION OF CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE IN RATS
TOLERANCE AND ANTI-CRAVING DRUG EFFECTIVENESS FOR ALCOHOL
SENSITIZATION TO NICOTINE ENHANCES ETHANOL PREFERENCE IN RATS AND ETHANOLINDUCED LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY IN MICE
LOSS OF CONTROL OVER SACCHARIN CONSUMPTION PREDICTS PREDISPOSITION TO ETHANOL SENSITIZATION IN WISTAR RATS
EFFECTS OF ISOVALERILCARNITINE-γ-HYDROXYBUTYRATE IN ALCOHOLIC RATS
TOLERANCE TO BEHAVIOURAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL AND SUBJECTIVE EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE ABSTINENCE
MODULATION OF CENTRAL 5-HT1A AND 5-HT2 RECEPTOR-MEDIATED FUNCTIONAL RESPONSES IN RATS FOLLOWING REPEATED TREATMENT WITH 8-OH-DPAT
NICOTINE I.V. SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN RAT
MOUSE STRAIN DIFFERENCES IN PHENCYCLIDINE TOLERANCE AND SENSITIZATION ON LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY