SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME
Abstracts of the Seventh International Meeting of the European Behavioural Pharmacology Society
HORMONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL HYPORESPONSIVITYTO BOTH FORCED NOVELTY AND AMPHETAMINE IN PERIADOLESCENT COMPARED TO ADULT MICE
RELATIONSHIP OF NEURONAL BASIS OF PREMORBID FOOD-ACQUISITION (FA) AND ALCOHOL-ACQUISITION BEHAVIOR (AA)
IS AN EFFECT ON DOPAMINE RECEPTORS ESSENTIAL FOR ANTIPSYCHOTIC ACTION?
EFFECTS OF ADENOSINE A2 RECEPTOR-SELECTIVE DRUGS ON BRAIN STIMULATION REWARD THRESHOLDS IN THE RAT
ANTIDEPRESSANT STIMULATION OF CORTICOSTEROID RECEPTOR GENE EXPRESSION
BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY IN THE 21 ST CENTURY
BEHAVIOURAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIES IN TRANSGENIC ANIMALS
INVOLVEMENT OF THE SUBTHALAMIC NUCLEUS IN COGNITIVE PROCESSES
THE GLYCINE ANTAGONIST, GV150526, DOES NOT HAVE PCP-LIKE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS AND IS NOT SELF-ADMINISTERED
NALOXONE POTENTIATES THE EFFECTS OF SUB-EFFECTIVE DOSES OF ANTI-ANXIETY AGENTS IN RATS AND MICE
DOPAMINE RECEPTOR INTERACTIONS AND THE CONTROL OF BEHAVIOUR
EFFICACY-DEPENDENT DIFFERENCES IN BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF DOPAMINE D, AGONISTS IN MONKEYS
ETHANOL-REINFORCED BEHAVIOUR IN THE RAT
NEUROCHEMICAL SUBSTRATES FOR THE EFFECTS OF DRUG-RELATED CUES
THE EFFECTS OF NICOTINE ON SERIAL REACTION TIME PERFORMANCE IN THE RAT
DOPAMINE D 2RECEPTOR SIGNALLING IN PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR
EFFECTS OF SELF-ADMINISTERED COCAINE AND COCAINE CUES ON EXTRACELLULAR NEUROTRANSMITTERS IN QHESUS MONKEYS
ANTIPSYCHOTIC POTENTIAL OF L-745,870; A SUBTYPE SELECTIVE D4 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST
ACTIONS OF SELECTIVE ANTAGONISTS AT SEROTONIN (5-HT)2A, 5-HT2B AND 5-HT2C RECEPTORS IN RODENT MODELS OF POTENTIAL ANXIOLYTIC PROPERTIES
EFFECT OF ONCE WEEKLY TREATMENT WITH MDMA ON SCHEDULE-CONTROLLED BEHAVIOR AND LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY
THE ROLE OF CENTRAL DOPAMINE IN COVERT ORIENTING; RELEVANCE TO NEGLECT
OPIATE STATE DEPENDENCE
PARADOXICAL SIGNALTRANSDUCTION OPERATING IN OPIATE SYSTEMS
AUTOMATIC RECOGNITION OF BEHAVIORAL PATTERNS OF RATS USING VIDEO IMAGING AND STATISTICAL CLASSIFICATION
TRACINGTHE SPATIO-TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF MULTISTAGE ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING
A RAT ANALOGUE OF POSNER'S PARADIGM
DOPAMINERGIC AND ADRENERGIC CHALLENGES TO VISUOSPATIAL ATTENTION IN RATS WITH PRIOR EXPOSURE TO TRICHLOROETHYLENE (TCE)
EFFECTS OFTOTAL NORADRENERGIC AND SEROTONINERGIC LESION ON THE EXPRESSION OF THE CONDITIONED OPIATE WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME
THE ROLE OF D3 RECEPTORS IN THE EFFECTS OF ABUSED DRUGS
NALTREXONE ANDTHE REINFORCING EFFICACY OF ETHANOL, OTHER DRUGS AND NONDRUG REINFORCERS UNDER CONCURRENT PROGRESSIVE-RATIO SCHEDULES IN RHESUS MONKEYS
EFFECTS OF CANNABINOID RECEPTOR LIGANDS ON INCENTIVE LEARNING IN RATS
EFFECTS OF D- AND D.L-FENFLURAMINE ON HUMAN AGGRESSION/IMPULSIVITY
EFFECTS OF AMPA/KA RECEPTOR BLOCKADE ON D1 AND D2-LIKE DA RECEPTOR MEDIATED EFFECTS IN NAS CORE AND SHELL
PITFALLS IN THE ANALYSIS OF INGESTIVE BEHAVIOUR
EFFECTS OFTHE SELECTIVE CB, CANNABINOID RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, SR 141716A, ON COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN INTACT, BRAINDAMAGED AND SCOPOLAMINE-TREATED RATS
EFFICACY OF D1 DOPAMINE RECEPTOR AGONISTS TO REDUCE ORAL ETHANOL SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN RATS
A SYSTEM THEORY OF SIGNALTRANSDUCTION
SEPARATION OF DRUG EFFECTS ONTIMING AND STIMULUS CONTROL IN AN ANIMAL MODEL OF BEHAVIORAL INHIBITION
DOPAMINE RECEPTOR SUBTYPE INVOLVEMENT IN THE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF COCAINE
CHRONIC NALOXONE TREATMENT REDUCES ALCOHOL INTAKE IN P RATSJOLERANCE AND OPIATE RECEPTOR REGULATION
REWARD DISCRIMINATION IN PRIMATE STRIATUM
THE ROLE OFTHE a2 ADRENOCEPTOR AGONIST CLONIDINE IN ATTENTION AND AROUSAL
PRENATAL EXPOSURETO CARBON MONOXIDE
BEHAVIOURAL CHARACTERISATION OF NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ACTING AT THE GLYCINEB SITE
PHARMACOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FORTHE INVOLVEMENT OF THE ANTERIOR NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS IN SPATIAL WORKING MEMORY
CANNABINOIDS SELECTIVELY AFFECT PROCESSING OF INFORMATION INTO MEMORY
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF KETAMINE ON GATING OF AUDITORY EVOKED POTENTIALS AND PREPULSE INHIBITION OFTHE STARTLE RESPONSE IN RATS
DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS (DS) PROPERTIES OF THE NOVEL AND POTENT SEROTONIN (5-HT)2C RECEPTOR AGONIST, RO 60–0175, IN RATS
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF COMPOUNDS ACTING AT VARIOUS SITES OFTHE NMDA RECEPTOR COMPLEX ON THE PREPULSE INHIBITION OFTHE STARTLE REFLEX IN RATS
THE PUTATIVE DOPAMINE D3 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST PNU 99194A POTENTIATES THE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS INDUCED BYTHE DOPAMINE D3/D2 RECEPTOR AGONIST 7-OH-DPAT
ASYMMETRIC GENERALIZATION BETWEENTHE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF NICOTINE AND COCAINE
CORTICOTROPIN RELEASING FACTOR, UROCORTIN ANDTHEIR RECEPTORS AND BINDING PROTEIN
ROLE OF BEHAVIOURAL SENSITIZATION IN REINSTATEMENT OF DRUG-SEEKING BEHAVIOUR FOLLOWING LONG-TERM EXTINCTION OF HEROIN AND COCAINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION
BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS OFTHE ROLE OF SEROTONIN RECEPTORS IN RAT MODELS OF ALCOHOLISM
FUNCTIONAL HETEROGENEITY OF DOPAMINE TRANSMISSION ACROSS NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS COMPARTMENTS
MEMORY IMPAIRMENT IN RATS INDUCED BY CHRONIC INHIBITION OF PHOSPHATASE 1 AND 2A IS NOT ATTRIBUTED TO INDUCTION OF ALZHEIMER NEUROPATHOLOGY
LOCAL INJECTION OF PRAZOSIN IN THE VTA DOES NOT PREVENTTHE HYPERLOCOMOTOR EFFECT OF SYSTEMIC D-AMPHETAMINE
EXCITATORY AMINO ACID MECHANISMS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND EXPRESSION OF CONDITIONED DRUG EFFECTS
ROLE OFTHE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS IN THE ACUTE POTENTIATION OF D2 DOPAMINE RECEPTOR AGONIST EFFECTS OBSERVED DURING OPIATE WITHDRAWAL
EVIDENCE FOR A ROLE OF NITRIC OXIDE IN ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING
MOLECULAR CORRELATES OFTASTE LEARNING IN RAT INSULAR CORTEX
SELECTIVE NEUROTOXICITY IN RAT BRAIN FOLLOWING CONTINUOUS, LOW-LEVEL DRUGS OF ABUSE
LACK OF EFFECT OF TESTOSTERONE IN TWO PROCEDURES MEASURING IMPULSIVE BEHAVIOUR IN RAT,THE PACED FIXED CONSECUTIVE NUMBER SCHEDULE ANDTHE DELAY OF REINFORCEMENT PROCEDURE
AMYGDALA-NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS MECHANISMS UNDERLYING CONDITIONED INCENTIVE RESPONSESTO PSYCHOMOTOR STIMULANT CUES
BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF PERINATAL EXPOSURE TO AN ENDOCRINE DISRUPTER AGENT, BISPHENOL-A, IN MALE AND FEMALE RATS
SENSITIZATION TO THE MOTOR STIMULANT EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE IN 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE LESIONED RATS IS DEPENDENT ON DOPAMINE RECEPTORS
CYTISINE HAS NEUROPROTECTIVE ACTIONS IN A MOUSE MODEL OF MPTP NEUROTOXICITY
ADENOSINR A2ARECEPTOR AGONISTS
CHANGES IN ACETYLCHOLINE RELEASE IN NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS CORE AND SHELL INDUCED BY CHROIC ADMINISTRATION OF MORPHINE IN RATS
MAO INHIBITION AND SUPRATHRESHOLD L-DOPA IN MPTP MICE
PHARMACOLOGY OF ENDOGENOUS AND EXOGENOUS CANNABINOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS
OPERANT BEHAVIOUR AND THIAMINE OR PYRIDOXINE DIETARY DEFICIENCY
HYPERDOPAMINERGIC PHENOTYPE OF DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER KNOCKOUT MICE
NEUROPEPTIDEY (NPY) AND OBESITY
EFFICACY DIFFERENCES AND THE BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF OPIOIDS
PHASE-DEPENDENT EFFECTS OF SEROTONERGIC COMPOUNDS ON LATENT INHIBITION IN RATS
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE OF MORPHINE ACCELERATES SELF-ADMINISTRATION OF MORPHINE AND LEARNING OF A PLACE PREFERENCETASK
CAN ATYPICAL NEUROLEPTICS BE DISTINGUISHED FROM TYPICAL NEUROLEPTICS BY THE TIME-COURSE OFTHEIR EFFECTS ON SUCROSE CONSUMPTION?
THE EFFECT OF ACPC ON REINFORCING PROPERTIES OF VARIOUS STIMULI IN THE CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE AND AVERSION IN RATS
LESSONS FROM AN APOMORPHINE CHALLENGE TEST IN RATS
THE ROLE OFTHE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS IN THE PROCESSING OF CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION
NEUROTOXIC AND BEHAVIORAL SEQUELAE OF PRENATAL DRUG EXPOSURE
DOPAMINE AND SEROTONIN IMBALANCES IN THE LEFT ANTERIOR CINGULATE AND PYRIFORM CORTICES FOLLOWING THE REPEATED ADMINISTRATION OF COCAINE
DIFFERENT INHIBITION OF BRAIN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ACTIVITY FOLLOWING INTRAMUSCULAR AND INTRACEREBROVENTRICULAR ADMINISTRATION OF 7-METHOXYTACRINE
THE LISTER HOODED RAT STRAIN IS MORE SENSITIVE THAN THE WISTAR STRAIN TO ANTIDEPRESSANTS IN THE PORSOLT SWIM TASK
BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS IN MOUSE MODELS OF NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES AND DEMENTIAS
IS l/D ACE GENE POLYMORPHISM AGE-DEPENDENT?
BEHAVIOURAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LONG-TERM ALCOHOL SELF-ADMINISTRATION
REPEATEDTREATMENTWITH p.- BUT NOT 8-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS INDUCES DIFFERENTIAL BEHAVIORAL SENSITIZATION IN ALCOHOL-PREFERRING AA AND ALCOHOL-AVOIDING ANA RATS
EMOTIONALITY AND SEIZURES IN SENSORY KINDLED, HABITUATED OR NAIVE GERBILS TREATED WITH ANTAGONISTS
NO-DEPENDENT MECHANISMS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SENSITIZATION TO PSYCHOSTIMULANTS
SHORT- AND LONG-TERM MEMORY
(R)-METHANADAMIDE AS A DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS IN RATS
GABAERGIC SUBSTRATES INTHE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS (NACC) AND DORSAL HIPPOCAMPUS MEDIATE RESPONDING MAINTAINED BY ETHANOL PRESENTATION IN ALCOHOL-PREFERRING RATS
MICROINJECTIONS OF NALMEFENE,THE 6-METHYLENE DERIVATIVE OF NALTREXONE IN THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS AND VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA REDUCES RESPONDING MAINTAINED BY ETHANOL
EXCITATORY AMINO ACID PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY OFTHE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS CORE AND SHELL
CIRCADIAN ALTERATIONS IN THE RAT FORCED SWIM TEST
EFFECTS OF FLUOXETINE TREATMENT ON EXTRACELLULAR 5-HT AND BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES TO THE FORCED SWIMMINGTEST
THE a-SELECTIVE LIGAND NE-100 ATTENUATES THE EFFECTS OF HIGH DOSES OF DIZOCILPINE IN RATS TRAINED TO DISCRIMINATE DIZOCILPINE FROM SALINE
ANTICONFLICT EFFECTS OF FULL BENZODIAZEPINE AGONISTS IN PIGEONS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH CLINICAL DOSES IN HUMANS
PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF COCAINE
THE USE OF IRREVERSIBLE ANTAGONISTS FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF 5-HT1A AGONIST EFFECTS
EFFICACY-DEPENDENT EFFECTS OF 5-HT1A AGONISTS
HANDLING HABITUATION ABOLISHES ANXIOGENIC-LIKE ACTION OF Boc-CCK-4
THE FUTURE OF DRUG ABUSE RESEARCH
THE CENTRAL ORIGIN OF ANTIDEPRESSANT-INDUCED ANALGESIA IN THE RAT WRITHING TEST
INTERACTION BETWEEN CHOLINERGIC AND PEPTIDERGIC DRUGS IN MEMORY PROCESSES
ANALGESIC ACTIVITY OF PNU-151774E, A NOVEL ANTICONVULSANTWITH SODIUM CHANNEL BLOCKING PROPERTIES
COMBINED MEASUREMENT OF DOPAMINE RELEASE AND MOTOR BEHAVIOR IN ANIMAL MODELS OF PSYCHOSIS
ON THE ROLE OF GROUP I METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS (mGluRs) FOR MOTOR BEHAVIOUR OF RATS
BENZODIAZEPINE LIGANDS AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR IN MICE
NIMODIPINE AND DOPAMINERGIC NEUROTOXICITY
THE EFFECTS OF 6-HYDROXYDOPAMINE LESION OF THE MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX ON PRE-PULSE INHIBITION, FOOD HOARDING, AND LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY INTHE RAT
DEVELOPMENTAL PLASTICITY OFTHE GABA-BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTOR SYSTEM
EFFECT OF AGING ON RECOGNITION MEMORY IN THE FREE MOVING MACACA ARCTOIDES
POSTNATAL HANDLING ENHANCES AMPHETAMINE INDUCED ACTIVITY, LATENT INHIBITION AND REACTIVITY TO CLOZAPINE
IN VIVO RECEPTOR OCCUPANCY OF ANTIPSYCHOTICS
NEONATAL HIPPOCAMPAL DAMAGE
PROGRESSIVE-RATIO RESPONDING OF RHESUS MONKEYS MAINTAINED BY COCAINE, ETHANOL ANDTHEIR COMBINATION
RESPONSES INDUCED BY INHIBITORS OF ENKEPHALIN CATABOLISM IN DIFFERENT ANIMAL MODELS OF DEPRESSION
INFLUENCE OF LEARNED HELPLESSNESS BEHAVIOR ON COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE OFTHE WISTAR RAT IN ONE-TRIAL WATER-FINDING TASK
SYSTEMIC AND LOCAL MODULATION OF COVERT ORIENTING IN PRIMATES
PERIODIC NEONATAL MATERNAL SEPARATION
EFFECTS OF SELECTIVE SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITORS IN ALCOHOL-PREFERRING cAA RATS
ROLE OF 5-HT RECEPTOR SUBTYPES INTHE REINFORCING STIMULUS EFFECTS OF ETHANOL IN RATS
ROLE OF 5-HT RECEPTOR SUBTYPES IN THE DICRIMINATTIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF ETHANOL IN RATS
LACK OF POTENTIATION OFTHE ANTI-ALCOHOL EFFECTS OF FLUOXETINE BY PINDOLOL IN ALCOHOL-PREFERRING cAA RATS
ROLE OF STRESS HORMONES AND THE AMYGDALA IN REGULATING MEMORY STORAGE
DRUG DISCRIMINATION UNDER CONCURRENT REINFORCEMENT SCHEDULES
THE EFFECT OF INTRACRANIAL SURGERY ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF RATS IN A NOVEL ENVIRONMENT
THE ROLE OF AMPA RECEPTORS IN CONDITIONED REINFORCEMENT
LIGANDS OFTHE CANNABINOID RECEPTORS
PHARMACOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF AN AUTOMATED SOCIAL DRINKING/DOMINANCE TEST IN RATS
NEITHER CHOLECYSTOKININ OCTAPEPTIDE- SULFATED (CCK-8S) NOR BOC-CHOLECYSTOKININ TETRAPEPTIDE (BOC-CCK-4) INFLUENCE SEPARATION-INDUCED ULTRASONIC VOCALIZATIONS IN 12-DAY-OLD LONG EVANS HOODED RAT PUPS
BEHAVIORAL PHARMACOLOGY AND GENE EXPRESSION
EFFECTS OF REPEATED MORPHINE TREATMENT ON NIGROSTRIATAL DOPAMINE RELEASE IN ALCOHOL-PREFERRING AA AND ALCOHOL-AVOIDING ANA RATS
INFLUENCE OF NONCONVULSIVE SEIZURES INDUCED BY PILOCARPINE ON SPONTANEOUS BEHAVIOUR IN ADULT RATS
MONOPHASIC ANXIOLYTIC VERSUS BIPHASIC ANTICONVULSANT ACTION OF CLONAZEPAM IN RAT
EFFECTS OF PENTOBARBITAL ON THE 5-HT2A RECEPTOR AGONISTS INDUCED HEAD-TWITCH RESPONSE IN MOUSE
CHRONICTREATMENTWITH NICOTINE INDUCES DEFICITS IN PRE-PULSE INHIBITION IN RATS
INTRAVENTRICULAR GALANIN MODULATES A 5-HT1A RECEPTOR-MEDIATED BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSE INTHE RAT
EFFECTS OF REPEATED DOSES OF HALOPERIDOL IN TWO-WAY AVOIDANCE CONDITIONING IN MALE AND FEMALE MICE
THE DOPAMINE RESPONSE TO ACUTE CLOZAPINE INTHE CORE AND SHELL SUB-REGIONS OF RAT NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS
ADENOSINE A2A RECEPTOR AGONISTS INCREASE Fos-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY PREFERENTIALLY IN THE LIMBIC SYSTEM
EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF NITRIC OXIDE IN THE MODULATION OF FOOD INTAKE
SEROTONERGIC MODULATION OF METHAMPHETAMINE'S DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS IN RATS
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF CLOZAPINE AND HALOPERIDOL ONTWO-WAY ACTIVE AVOIDANCE ACQUISITION
THE INFLUENCE OF AGMATINE ON EXPERIMENTAL CONVULSIONS IN MICE
EFFECTS OF POTENTIAL PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS ON THE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS AND REINFORCING EFFECTS OF COCAINE, OPIOIDS AND COCAINE/ OPIOID 'SPEEDBALL COMBINATIONS S.S. Negus
ELTOPRAZINE, 5-HT1A/1B RECEPTOR AGONIST, PREVENTS THE RETURN TO AGGRESSION IN MICE DURING WITHDRAWAL FROM REPEATED DIAZEPAM
GABAA RECEPTOR SUBUNIT mRNAs DETERMINATION WITH THE USE OF RT-PCR METHODOLOGY
EXPOSURE TO AN ELEVATED PLATFORM MODIFIES RAT EXPLORATORY BEHAVIOUR IN THE ELEVATED PLUS-MAZE
INHIBITION OF SPONTANEOUS ABSENCE SEIZURES BY A CENTRAL NICOTINIC MECHANISM
DOPAMINE RECEPTOR STIMULATION IS NOT REQUIRED FORTHE EXPRESSION OF MK-801-INDUCED HYPERLOCOMOTION IN MICE
GLUTAMATERGIC MECHANISMS IN A CHRONIC MILD STRESS MODEL OF DEPRESSION
THE EFFECTS OF SELECTIVE LESIONS OF THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS CORE AND SHELL ON APPETITIVE AND AVERSIVE CONDITIONING
AGONIST AND ANTAGONIST EFFECTS OF GABAA MODULATORS
EFFECTS OF MAPROTILINE ON INHIBITORY AVOIDANCE IN MALE MICE
INFLUENCE OF INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP HOUSING ON SUCROSE INTAKE RESPONDINGTO CHRONIC MILD STRESS (CMS) IMPOSITION IN MALE CD1 MICE
THE NEUROPHARMACOLOGY OF SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY WITHIN THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS
FIRING PATTERNS OF NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS NEURONS IN THE RAT
EFFECTS OF DRUGS ON SCHEDULE-INDUCED DRINKING PUNISHED BY SHOCK DELIVERY OR BY TIMEOUT FROM FOOD DELIVERY
NICOTINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION AS A FUNCTION OF SMOKING HISTORY
INFLUENCE OF PRENATAL STRESS ON SENSITIVITYTO AMPHETAMINE
MICE LACKING DOPAMINE D, AND D2 RECEPTORS ARE NOTVIABLE
EFFECTS OF PREDATORY STRESS ON SUCROSE INTAKE AND ELEVATED PLUS MAZE BEHAVIOUR IN MALECD1 MICE
EFFECTS OF REPEATED MORPHINE ADMINISTRATION ON STRIATAL AND MESOLIMBIC DOPAMINE RELEASE IN ALCOHOL-PREFERRING AA AND ALCOHOL-AVOIDING ANA RATS
LONG-TERM BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF EARLY EPILEPTIC SEIZURES IN RATS
NEUROANATOMICAL SUBSTRATES OF COCAINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN RODENTS AND NON-HUMAN PRIMATES
THE CATALEPTOGENIC EFFECTS OFTHE NEUROLEPTIC NEMONAPRIDE ARE ATTENUATED BY ITS 5-HT1A RECEPTOR AGONIST PROPERTIES, AND BYTONIC 5-HT1A RECEPTOR ACTIVATION
SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY DURING DRUG DEPENDENCE ANDTHE ROLE OF NITRIC OXIDE
THE POTENTIAL AND PITFALLS OF IN VIVO AFFINITY AND EFFICACY MEASURES AS APPLIED TO CENTRALLY-ACTING ANALGESICS
ADENOSINE A2a RECEPTOR-MEDIATED INTERACTIONS
FUNCTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF MDMA NEUROTOXICITY
EFFECT OF COCAINE ON DRL PERFORMANCE IN tPA-/- MICE
MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX LESIONS AND REACTION TIME IN RATS
COGNITIVE NEUROCHEMISTRY AND NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
MICE LACKING 5-HT1A RECEPTORS DO NOT SHOW HIGHER PROPENSITYTO SELF-ADMINISTER COCAINE
CIRCADIAN VARIATION IN ANXIOLYTIC RESPONSE TO THE 5-HT1A RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, LY297996
REGULATION OF FOOD INTAKE BY GLUCAGON-LIKE PEPTIDE-1 (GLP-1)
AWD 131–138
DRUG SELF-ADMINISTRATION MODELS OF COMBINED COCAINE-HEROIN ('SPEEDBALL') ABUSE
EVALUATION OFTHE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF |3-CCE IN RATS
EFFECTS OF SELECTIVE 5-HT AGONISTS AND ANTAGONISTS ON PCP-INDUCED BEHAVIOURS IN THE RAT SOCIAL INTERACTION TEST
CLOZAPINE-INDUCED POTENTIATION OF LATENT INHIBITION IS DUETOTHE ACTION OFTHE DRUG IN THE CONDITIONING STAGE
IMPLICATIONS OF GABAERGIC AND SEROTONINERGIC MECHANISMS IN THE SOCIAL DIFFERENTIATION OF RATS INTHE DIVING-FOR-FOOD SITUATION
INDUCTION OF ORAL PENTOBARBITAL SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN RATS
INCREASED SENSITIVITY TO AND SELF-ADMINISTRATION OF MORPHINE IN TRANSGENIC MICE WITH IMPAIRED GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR FUNCTION
ALCOHOL DRINKING AND WITHDRAWAL IN MICE LACKING A FUNCTIONAL CRH RECEPTOR 1
PLASMA CORTICOSTERONE CONCENTRATION IN THE CHRONIC MILD STRESS MODEL OF DEPRESSION IN RATS
BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY OF CANNABINOID ANTAGONISTS
BEHAVIOURAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF MPTP TREATED C57BL/6 MICE
IN NICOTINE DEPENDENT RATS, A PLACE AVERSION CONDITIONING IS INDUCED BYTHE ADMINISTRATION OF BOTH NICOTINE AND OPIATE RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS
THE QUEST FOR A MEANING FOR RATS' RESPONSE TO NOVEL ENVIRONMENT, DETECTED BY AUTO TRACK COMPUTER PROGRAM (1 as EFFECTS OF DIAZEPAM)
BEHAVIOURAL EFFECTS OF 5-HT1A RECEPTOR LIGANDS WITH DIFFERENT INTRINSIC ACTIVITY IN TIMID AND AGGRESSIVE SINGLY-HOUSED MICE
POSSIBLE IMMUNE ACTIVATION OF DEPRESSION REVEALED BY LUPUS-PRONE MRL MICE
THE EFFECTS OF INTEROCEPTIVE AND EXTEROCEPTIVE CUES ON SMOKING URGES
APPLICATIONS OF SYSTEM THEORY TO DRUG-DEPENDENCE INVOLVING DA SYSTEMS
NEUROBEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS OF SEROTONIN RECEPTOR MUTANT MICE
NEONATAL DRUGTREATMENT (INDOMETHACINE, DEXAMETHAZONE) WITH OR WITHOUT HANDLING INTHE PREWEANING PERIOD ANDTHE REACTIVITY OF ADULT RATS
DEVELOPMENTAL EMERGENCE OF ACUTE SENSITIZATION TO THE MOTORIC EFFECTS OF COCAINE IN RATS
CONDITIONED DRUG EFFECTS AND SENSITIZATION
SELF-CONTROL AND THE EFFECTS OF ACUTE COCAINE ADMINISTRATION
THE EFFECTS OF DISCRETE QUINOLINIC ACID LESIONS OFTHE INFRALIMBIC MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX ON DRUG-INDUCED REWARD AS MEASURED BY PLACE CONDITIONING
NEUROTROPIC ACTIVITY OFTHE NEW STRUCTURAL ANALOG OF DERMORPHIN
BREMAZOCINE, BUT NOT U50,488H, ATTENUATES THE INDUCTION OF AMPHETAMINE SENSITIZATION IN RATS
CHANGES IN DOPAMINE AND SEROTONIN DURING ETHANOL DRINKING AND AGGRESSION
SENSORY GATING IN RATS
CCKB RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST LY288,513 REVERSES THE ANTI-EXPLORATORY ACTION OF PAROXETINE, A SELECTIVE SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITOR
COMPARISON OF VARIOUS METHODS OF POPULATION SAMPLE FORMING USING TYPE A BEHAVIOUR PATTERN (TABP) SCORE RELATED GENOTYPE
THE EFFECT OF THE FIRST HUNDRED
THE EFFECT OF THE PREFERENTIALLY SELECTIVE 5-HT2C AGONIST Ro 60–0175 ON FOOD CONSUMPTION AND THE BEHAVIOURAL SATIETY SEQUENCE IN THE RAT
SEROTONERGIC EFFECTS OF REPEATED FLUOXETINE TREATMENT POTENTIATE THE ANTIAGGRESSIVE ACTION OF THE CANNABINOID ANANDAMIDE IN MICE
ORAL SELF-ADMINISTRATION OF ETHANOL, PHENCYCLIDINE, METHADONE, PENTOBARBITAL AND QUININE IN RHESUS MONKEYS
CORE AND SHELL OFTHE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS; WHAT ARE THEIR NEUROCHEMICAL AND NEUROANATOMICAL DEFINING CHARACTERISTICS?
BENZODIAZEPINES AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR IN MICE
OPIOID TOLERANCE
EFFECTS OF SMOKED MARIJUANA AND ORALTHC ON SLEEP
THE ROLE OF ADENOSINE A2A RECEPTORS IN THE NEUROLEPTIC-INDUCED c-Fos EXPRESSION
DISSOCIATION BETWEEN ISOLATION-INDUCED DISRUPTION OF PREPULSE INHIBITION AND HYPERACTIVITY AS A FUNCTION OF CAGING CONDITION
SOCIAL ISOLATION-INDUCED INCREASES IN FOOD HOARDING BEHAVIOUR ARE NOT CORRELATED WITH LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY INTHEWISTAR RAT
COMPARING THE STATE-DEPENDENT EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ON EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT MEMORY
DRUG DISCRIMINATION WITH NOVEL CANNABINOIDS
VENTRAL STRIATAL DOPAMINE RELEASE AND SENSORIMOTOR GATING
PROGRESSIVE RATIO PERFORMANCE AS A MEASURE OF SUBSTANCE CRAVINGS
PHARMACOLOGICAL MANIPULATION OF OPIOID-TAKING BEHAVIOR
OPIOIDS AND SYSTEM THEORY
THE CONCEPT OF IN VIVO pA2
THE RESIDUAL EFFECTS OF CANNABIS, ALONE AND IN COMBINATION WITH ALCOHOL, ON PSYCHOMOTOR SKILLS RELEVANT TO DRIVING
REINFORCING AND DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS ACTIONS OF SELEGILINE ALONE AND IN COMBINATION WITH AMPHETAMINE
PARTIAL AGONISTS IN RECEPTOR THEORY
CALCULATION OF AFFINITY AND EFFICACY WITH THE METHOD OF PARTIAL INSURMOUNTABLE ANTAGONISM
BEHAVIORAL PHARMACOLOGY (BP) IN EASTERN EUROPE
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME
INCREASINGTHE SELECTIVITY OF DRUG DISCRIMINATION PROCEDURES
THE DISCRIMINATIVE EFFECTS OF SULPIRIDE AND ITS PEPTIDE ANALOGUE, GZR-123
DRUG DISCRIMINATION
(+)-7-OH-DPAT PRODUCES STIMULUS GENERALIZATION IN RATS TRAINED TO DISCRIMINATE d-AMPHETAMINE
DISCRIMINATIVE-STIMULUS EFFECTS OF DOPAMINERGIC DRUGS
THE NOVEL-RESPONSE PROCEDURE IN HUMANS
GALANTAMINE LACKS STIMULANT AND NARCOTIC CUEING PROPERTIES IN RATS
GABAA- AND GABAB-MEDIATED CONTRIBUTION TO THE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF GAMMA-HYDROXYBUTYRIC ACID (GHB)
DRUG DISCRIMINATION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
SEX DIFFERENCES IN OPIOID DISCRIMINATION IN RATS
COCAINE PHARMACOTHERAPY
HORMONES OFTHE HYPOTHALAMO-PITUITARY-GONADAL AXIS IN DRUG DISCRIMINATION LEARNING
DISCRIMINATIVE AND AFFECTIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF CALCIUM CHANNEL LIGANDS
MD-354
DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS IN DRUG-TREATED SUBJECTS
DISCRIMINATIVE EFFECTS OF COMPOUND DRUG STIMULI
EFFECTS OF A NOVEL FENTANYL DERIVATIVE ON DRUG DISCRIMINATION AND LEARNING IN RHESUS MONKEYS
PSYCHOACTIVE ARYLALKYLAMINES
DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS PROPERTIES OF ANTIPSYCHOTICS
STRATEGIES FOR UNDERSTANDING THE PHARMACOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ETHANOLWITH DRUG DISCRIMINATION PROCEDURES
THE INFLUENCE OF MENSTRUAL CYCLE PHASE ANDTRAINING DOSE ON SENSITIVITY OF GABAA MODULATORS TO ETHANOL-LIKE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS IN CYNOMOLOGUS MONKEYS
THE 5-HT1A RECEPTOR AGONIST FLESINOXAN SHARES DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS PROPERTIES WITH SOME 5-HT2 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS
BRIEF STIMULI REPEATED AT A SPECIFIC INTERVAL OF DAYS CONTROLS SUSCEPTIBILITYTO PAROXYSMAL DISORDERS
GENERALIZATION PROFILE OF PHENAZEPAM AND GUIDAZEPAM DISCRIMINATIONS IN RATS
EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS
VIEW ON DRUG DISCRIMINATION
MULTI-ELEMENTAL DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS CONTROL
AND AND AND-OR DRUG MIXTURE DISCRIMINATIONS
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ALCOHOL-PREFERRING AND ALCOHOL-NONPREFERRING RATS IN THE GENERALIZATION OFTHE ETHANOL DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS TO OTHER DRUGS
LUBELUZOLE DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH THE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS PROPERTIES OF PCP AND FENTANYL IN RATS
THE STIMULUS PROPERTIES OF mCPP, A CUE FOR ANXIETY?
LUBELUZOLE AND 5-HT1A RECEPTOR-MEDIATED EFFECTS IN VIVO
EFFECTS OF NORMAL SMOKING AFTER EXPERIENCE WITH PLACBO CIGARETTES
ANITIDEPRESSANTS AND ANZIOLYTICS
APPLICATION OF DRUG DISCRIMINATION PROCEDURES IN OPIOID RESEARCH
ANTAGONISM OF THE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF MIDAZOLAM BY FLUMAZENIL AND BRETAZENIL IN SQUIRREL MONKEYS
ANTIPUNISHMENT EFFECTS AND DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF ANXIOLYTIC DRUGS MEASURED DURING THE SAME SESSION
NICOTINE DISCRIMINATION AND SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN MEN AND WOMEN
WHY ARE ADDICTS SO MOTIVATED TO TAKE DRUGS
INDIVIDUAL AND STRAIN DIFFERENCES IN NICOTINE-INDUCED DESENSITIZATION OF ITS DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS (DS)
DISCRIMINATIVE-STIMULUS AND SUBJECT-RATED EFFECTS OF STIMULANTS AND SEDATIVES
DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF DRUGS ACTING AT GABAA RECEPTORS
DRUG-INDUCED NEUROADAPTATIONS IN REINSTATEMENT OF DRUG-SEEKING BEHAVIOR
NEW PERSPECTIVES ONTHE NEUROBIOLOGICAL SUBSTRATES OF STIMULUS PROPERTIES OF NICOTINE
EFFECTS OF MIDAZOLAM AND CAFFEINE iN HUMAN FLUMAZENIL DISCRIMINATORS
CAN MK-801 DISCRIMINATION BE USED TO SCREEN FOR ATYPICAL ANTIPSYCHOTICS?
EFFECTS OF SPECIFIC LIGANDS IN RATS DISCRIMINATING CLOZAPINE
RELATIONSHIPS AMONG DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS, REINFORCING, AND RELAPSE-INDUCING EFFECTS OF COCAINE
ALCOHOL
DRUGS AND DRUG MIXTURES AS COMPOUND INTERNAL STIMULI
INABILITY OF ANTIPSYCHOTICS TO ANTAGONIZE THE CUEING PROPERTIES OF COCAINE IN RATS
GTS-21 DOES NOT SUBSTITUTE FOR, NOR ANTAGONIZE DIFFERENT NICOTINE CUES
DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS EFFECTS OF NALBUPHINE IN NONTREATED AND MORPHINE-TREATED PIGEONS
CANNABIS
SEROTONERGIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPES AND HALLUCINOGEN-INDUCED STIMULUS CONTROL
STIMULUS PROPERTIES OF PMMA
STIMULUS EFFECTS OF A MAJOR INGREDIENT OF CERTAIN HERBAL PREPARATIONS
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