Current approaches to the laboratory assessment of abuse potential
Announcement of 2014 Special Issue
Abuse liability of novel ‘legal high’ designer stimulants
Escalation of drug self-administration as a hallmark of persistent addiction liability
The role of the aversive effects of drugs in self-administration
The utility of the zebrafish model in conditioned place preference to assess the rewarding effects of drugs
A review of human drug self-administration procedures
A proactive nonclinical drug abuse and dependence liability assessment strategy
Principles of assessment of abuse liability
A translational pharmacology approach to understanding the predictive value of abuse potential assessments
Locomotor stimulant and discriminative stimulus effects of ‘bath salt’ cathinones
Rate-dependent effects of monoamine releasers on intracranial self-stimulation in rats
Abuse-related effects of µ-opioid analgesics in an assay of intracranial self-stimulation in rats
Assessing addiction vulnerability with different rat strains and place preference procedures
Effects of chronic methylphenidate in adolescence on later methylphenidate self-administration in rhesus monkeys
The relative reinforcing strength of methamphetamine and D-amphetamine in monkeys self-administering cocaine
Ethanol self-administration in rats responding under concurrent schedules for milk or ethanol plus milk
Loss of nondrug reinforcement in one context produces alcohol seeking in another context
Comparison of a drug versus money and drug versus drug self-administration choice procedure with oxycodone and morphine in opioid addicts
Effect of infusion rate on intravenous nicotine self-administration in rats
Relationship between drug discrimination and ratings of subjective effects
Relationship between oral D-amphetamine self-administration and ratings of subjective effects