Abstracts of the 15th Biennial Meeting of the European Behavioural Pharmacology Society, La Rochelle, September 6-9, 2013 PLENARY LECTURE Pl.1 - INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN RESISTING TEMPTATION
Pl.2 - KETAMINE
SYMPOSIUM N 1 FEEDING AND OBESITY
S.1.1 - SEROTONIN, SATIETY AND REWARD
S.1.2 - OPIOID ACTIONS IN CORTICO-STRIATAL-HYPOTHALAMIC CIRCUITS
S.1.3 - A NEW TREATMENT FOR OBESITY
S.1.4 - DRUGS FOR OBESITY
SYMPOSIUM N 2 DECISIONS, DECISIONS, DECISIONS
S.2.1 - DEVELOPMENT OF ANIMAL MODELS OF THE EFFORT-RELATED SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION
S.2.2 - PREFRONTAL/SUBCORTICAL CIRCUITS REGULATING COST/BENEFIT DECISION MAKING
S.2.3 - COST/BENEFIT-RELATED DECISIONS IN RATS
S.2.4 - RUNNERS VS. COUCH POTATOES
SYMPOSIUM N 3 AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
S.3.2 - TRANSLATING RESEARCH INTO THERAPEUTICS FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
S.3.3 - NON COMMUNICATED
S.3.4 - IMAGING THE AUTISTIC BRAIN
SYMPOSIUM N 4 THE MANY FACETS OF IMPULSIVITY AND COMPULSIVITY
S.4.1 - ANIMAL MODELS AND MECHANISMS OF IMPULSIVITY AND GAMBLING PRONENESS
S.4.2 - ALCOHOL AND IMPULSIVITY
S.4.3 - THE ROLE OF INTEROCEPTIVE AWARENESS ON EMOTION AND COGNITION IN ADDICTION
S.4.4 - THE INSULA
SYMPOSIUM N 5 HOW TO IMPROVE COGNITION IN THE FUTURE
S.5.1 - TESTING COGNITION ENHANCERS IN ANIMALS
S.5.2 - IS DEMENTIA A SUITABLE INDICATION FOR DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION
S.5.3 - PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY OF COGNITION ENHANCEMENT
S.5.4 - ENHANCING RECOGNITION MEMORY PERFORMANCE WITH RTMS IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS AND NEUROLOGICAL PATIENTS
SYMPOSIUM N 6 GABAERGIQUE SYSTEM IN THE VENTRAL STRIATUM AND DRUG ABUSE ORGANIZERS
S.6.1 - NEURAL BASIS OF BENZODIAZEPINE REWARD
S.6.2 - ACCUMBAL GABAA RECEPTORS CONTRIBUTE TO BOTH CONDITIONING AND THE PSYCHOSTIMULANT POTENTIATION OF CONDITIONED INCENTIVES
S.6.3 - STRESS EXPOSURE DURING EARLY DEVELOPMENT ALTERS ACCUMBENS GABAA RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN ADULTHOOD AND RESULTS IN SENSITIZED RESPONSES TO COCAINE
S.6.4 - MU OPIOID RECEPTOR MODULATION OF STRIATAL GABAERGIC SYSTEM
SYMPOSIUM N 7 DRUGS FOR THE TREATMENT OF MOOD DISORDERS ORGANIZERS
S.7.1 - THE ROLE OF THE DELTA-OPIOID RECEPTOR IN REGULATING MOOD AND AFFECTIVE STATES
S.7.2 - DEVELOPMENT OF BUPRENORPHINE FOR TREATMENT-RESISTANT DEPRESSION
S.7.3 - KETAMINE AND NMDA RECEPTOR MODULATION FOR TREATMENT-RESISTANT MOOD DISORDERS
S.7.4 - FROM MICRORNAS TO MICROBES
SYMPOSIUM N 8 REWARD PROCESSING IN ADOLESCENCE ORGANIZERS
S.8.1 - INTERMITTENT REWARDS AND STRESS
S.8.2 - EXPOSURE TO AGGRESSIVE ENVIRONMENT DURING THE PERIADOLESCENT PERIOD INDUCES VULNERABILITY TO DRUG-ADDICTION BEHAVIOR IN ADULT MICE
S.8.3 - NEURONAL PROCESSING DIFFERENCES IN ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS DURING MOTIVATED BEHAVIOR
S.8.4 - CANNABIS AND THE VULNERABLE ADOLESCENT BRAIN
SYMPOSIUM N 9 PUTTING DRUGS INTO CONTEXT
S.9.1 - SUBSTANCE-SPECIFIC EFFECTS OF CONTEXT ON DRUG REWARD AND DRUG PREFERENCE
S.9.2 - NEUROBEHAVIOURAL MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT ON DRUG ABUSE
S.9.3 - DRUGS AS INSTRUMENTS IN EVERYDAY CONTEXTS
S.9.4 - CONTEXT-INDUCED RELAPSE TO DRUG SEEKING DURING ABSTINENCE INDUCED BY ADVERSE CONSEQUENCES
SYMPOSIUM N 10 SOCIAL STRESS AND NEUROPLASTICITY
S.10.1 - HDAC6 IN CORTICAL-BRAINSTEM LOOPS MODULATES DEFEAT-INDUCED SOCIAL AVOIDANCE
S.10.2 - SOCIAL STRESS-INDUCED SENSITIZATION TO PSYCHOSTIMULANTS
S.10.3 - PRENATAL SOCIAL STRESS PROGRAMMES OFFSPRING NEUROENDOCRINE AND BEHAVIOURAL STRESS RESPONSES
S.10.4 - RESILIENCE, ADAPTIVE ASPECTS OF STRESS, AND HIPPOCAMPAL NEUROGENESIS
SYMPOSIUM N 11 APPREHENDING THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NON-DRUG AND DRUG REINFORCEMENT TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THE PATHOLOGY OF DRUG ADDICTION ORGANIZERS
S.11.1 - NON-DRUG REWARD IS PREFERRED OVER DRUG REWARD IN RATS
S.11.2 - PREFRONTAL D1 NEURONS AND REGULATION OF FOOD INTAKE
S.11.3 - DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NATURAL AND DRUG REWARD
S.11.4 - NATURAL REWARD EXPERIENCE CAUSES NEURAL PLASTICITY IN THE MESOLIMBIC SYSTEM AND INFLUENCES VULNERABILITY TO SUBSTANCE ABUSE
SYMPOSIUM N 12 CANNABIS AND PSYCHOSIS ORGANIZERS
S.12.1 - CANNABINOIDS
S.12.2 - COMT
S.12.3 - CHRONIC PUBERTAL CANNABINOID EXPOSURE AS A VALID ANIMAL MODEL FOR ASPECTS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA
S.12.4 - CANNABIS MODEL IN A MOUSE MODEL FOR THE SCHIZOPHRENIA
SYMPOSIUM N 13 PLASTICITY AND NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESSES SUBSERVING PROTRACTED REWARD SEEKING BEHAVIOURS ORGANIZERS
S.13.2 - NEURONAL ENSEMBLES IN VENTRAL STRIATUM MEDIATE COCAINE-INDUCED LEARNED BEHAVIORS
S.13.3 - TRANSITION TO COCAINE ADDICTION
S.13.4 - MOTIVATION FOR NICOTINE DURING DAILY ADMINISTRATION AND AFTER A PERIOD OF PROTRACTED ABSTINENCE IS DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATED BY ERK IN THE ANTERIOR CINGULATE CORTEX AND NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS
WORKSHOP ADDICTION
W.1 - CULPABILITY AND ADDICTION
W.2 - WHY WE DISAGREE ABOUT THE NATURE OF ADDICTION
W.3 - COGNITION, HABIT, AND COMPULSION
NANOSYMPOSIUM N 1 CORTICOSTRIATAL SUBSTRATES OF ADDICTION
NS.1.2 - ROLE OF DORSOMEDIAL CAUDATE PUTAMEN IN INTEROCEPTIVE CONDITIONING WITH THE NICOTINE STIMULUS
NS.1.3 - TRANSITION TO DORSOLATERAL STRIATAL DOPAMINE CONTROL OVER HABITUAL COCAINE SEEKING REQUIRES BOTH THE CENTRAL AND BASOLATERAL NUCLEI OF THE AMYGDALA
NS.1.4 - CORTICOSTRIATAL INTERACTION SUBSERVING INCENTIVE HABITS
NANOSYMPOSIUM N 2 SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
NS.2.2 - MEASURING MOTIVATION, REWARD AND PERFORMANCE OF SOCIAL PLAY BEHAVIOR IN RATS
NS.2.3 - INFLAMMATION IN A RODENT MODEL OF SOCIAL STRESS
NS.2.4 - SOCIAL ISOLATION EPISODES DURING PERI-ADOLESCENCE INDUCE DEPRESSION-LIKE PHENOTYPE AND EPIGENETIC MODIFICATIONS COMMON TO BRAIN AND BLOOD IN ADULT MICE
NANOSYMPOSIUM N 3 MALADAPTIVE ASSOCIATIVE MEMORIES
NS.3.2 - THE CB1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST AM251 INFUSION INTO THE BASOLATERAL AMYGDALA AT RETRIEVAL DISRUPTS FEAR MEMORY RECONSOLIDATION IN RATS
NS.3.3 - HOMEOSTATIC STATE DIFFERENTIALLY INFLUENCES OPIATE WITHDRAWAL ASSOCIATED MEMORIES
NS.3.4 - INVOLVEMENT OF THE CEREBELLUM, INFERIOR OLIVA AND PONTINE NUCLEI IN COCAINE-INDUCED MEMORY
NANOSYMPOSIUM N 4 NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS
NS.4.2 - PRAMIPEXOLE DISRUPTS SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IN THE CA1 AREA OF THE HIPOCAMPUS OF RATS THAT DEVELOP CONTRAFREELOADING FOR WATER, AN ANIMAL MODEL OF COMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR
NS.4.3 - OPTOGENETIC AND PHARMACOLOGICAL CONTROL OF DOPAMINE/CHOLINERGIC BALANCE IN EXPERIMENTAL PARKINSONISM
NS.4.4 - IMPULSE CONTROL DISORDERS IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE-AN OVERVIEW
POSTERS A.1 - BEHAVIOURAL AND BIOCHEMICAL PROFILES IN RATS INFECTED WITH TOXOPLASMA GONDII OR LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE
A.2 - CORTICAL DYSFUNCTION IN A NEURODEVELOPMENTAL MODEL OF SCHIZOPHRENIA DOES NOT IMPAIR GOAL-DIRECTED ACTIONS IN INSTRUMENTAL LEARNING
A.3 - THE ARIPIPRAZOL BUT NOT SERTINDOLE OR CLOZAPINE ATTENUATED KETAMINE-INDUCED SCHIZOPHRENIA-LIKE SOCIAL DEFICITS IN RATS
A.4 - A COMPARISON OF THE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS PROPERTIES OF THE ATYPICAL ANTIPSYCHOTIC AMISULPRIDE AND THE TYPICAL ANTIPSYCHOTIC HALOPERIDOL IN C57BL/6 MICE
A.5 - METHAMPHETAMINE-INDUCED BEHAVIOURAL SENSITIZATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH GLOBAL CHANGES TO THE GABAERGIC PROFILE OF THE RAT PREFRONTAL CORTEX
A.6 - EFFECTS OF RISPERIDONE, D-SERINE AND THE GLYCINE REUPTAKE INHIBITOR RG1678 IN A SUB-CHRONIC PCP RAT MODEL OF SCHIZOPHRENIA
A.7 - NEUROBIOLOGICAL BASES OF ACUTE AND REPEATED PCP-BASED MICE MODELS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA
A.8 - THE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST KETAMINE DISRUPTED STORAGE BUT NOT RETRIEVAL ABILITIES IN RATS EVALUATED IN A RECOGNITION MEMORY TASK. THE D1/D2 AGONIST APOMORPHINE COUNTERACTED THIS EFFECT
A.9 - CHRONIC CANNABIDIOL ATTENUATES THE BEHAVIOURAL AND GLIAL CHANGES INDUCED BY REPEATED TREATMENT WITH THE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST MK-801 IN MICE
A.10 - EFFECTS OF D-AMPHETAMINE IN VESICULAR MONOAMINE TRANSPORTER (VMAT)1 KNOCKOUT MICE SUGGEST A SCHIZOPHRENIC PHENOTYPE IN CONDITIONED AND UNCONDITIONED BEHAVIOR
A.11 - PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO VALPROIC ACID IN FEMALE RATS
A.12 - DIVERGENT EFFECTS OF THE NOVEL, ‘BIASED’, 5-HT1A RECEPTOR AGONISTS F15599 AND F13714 IN A NOVEL COGNITION TASK
B.1 - A ROLE FOR DARPP-32 IN INTERTEMPORAL CHOICE SELECTION
B.2 - THE NAC-MPFC CONNECTION AND ITS RELEVANCE TO IMPULSE CONTROL
B.3 - CORTICAL GABAA RECEPTORS PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE ATTENTIONAL DEFICIT CAUSED BY BLOCKADE OF NMDA RECEPTORS IN THE MPFC
B.4 - EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTS OF THE GABA-B RECEPTOR POSITIVE MODULATOR BHF177 ON NICOTINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN HIGH AND LOW IMPULSIVE RATS
B.5 - OPPOSING EFFECTS OF PHARMACOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL STRESS ON IMPULSIVE ACTION
B.6 - GABA-ERGIC AND NEURONAL STRUCTURAL MARKERS IN THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS CORE PREDICT TRAIT-LIKE IMPULSIVITY IN RATS
B.7 - 5-HT2A RECEPTORS IN THE ORBITOFRONTAL CORTEX AND THE BASOLATERAL AMYGDALA MODULATE IMPULSIVE DECISION-MAKING IN RATS
B.8 - TRYPTOPHAN DEPLETION DIET IN LOW VERSUS HIGH COMPULSIVE DRINKER RATS SELECTED BY SCHEDULE-INDUCED POLYDIPSIA
B.9 - PREFRONTAL CORTEX SEROTONINERGIC DYSFUNCTION IN COMPULSIVE RATS SELECTED BY SCHEDULE-INDUCED POLYDIPSIA
B.10 - THE OBSERVING RESPONSE TEST FOR RATS AS A PUTATIVE MODEL OF CHECKING SYMPTOMS OF OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER
B.11 - PRAMIPEXOLE DISRUPTS SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IN THE CA1 AREA OF THE HIPOCAMPUS OF RATS THAT DEVELOP CONTRAFREELOADING FOR WATER, AN ANIMAL MODEL OF COMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR
B.12 - SEROTONERGIC DYSFUNCTION IN THE ORBITOFRONTAL CORTEX UNDERLIES IMPAIRED REVERSAL LEARNING ON A SPATIAL DISCRIMINATION TASK IN RATS
C.1 - RETHINKING THE ROLE OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT IN COCAINE-DEPENDENT INDUCTION OF ΔFOSB
C.2 - ADDICTION TREATMENT RESULTS VARY IN RATS WITH DIFFERENT VULNERABILITY ENDOPHENOTYPES
C.3 - TRANSITION TO DORSOLATERAL STRIATAL DOPAMINE CONTROL OVER HABITUAL COCAINE SEEKING REQUIRES BOTH THE CENTRAL AND BASOLATERAL NUCLEI OF THE AMYGDALE
C.4 - EXPRESSION OF DRUG-FREE, CONTEXT-DEPENDENT STIMULATION AFTER PSYCHOMOTOR SENSITIZATION TO COCAINE
C.5 - ALTERED GLIAL PROTEIN EXPRESSION WITHIN THE VENTROMEDIAL AND DORSOMEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX FOLLOWING EXTENDED ACCESS TO COCAINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN ADULT MALE RATS
C.6 - CHRONIC PHENDIMETRAZINE TREATMENT REDUCES COCAINE VS. FOOD CHOICE AND EXTENDED-ACCESS COCAINE CONSUMPTION BY RHESUS MONKEYS
C.7 - SUBSTANCE-SPECIFIC INFLUENCES OF SETTING ON DRUG REWARD
C.8 - CRF RECEPTORS AND SOCIAL STRESS
C.9 - LONG TERM PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF WHEEL RUNNING ON ACUTE AND CHRONIC REACTIVITY TO COCAINE
C.10 - METHYLPHENIDATE AND ATOMOXETINE TREATMENT IN THE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE RAT MODEL OF ATTENTION DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
C.11 - VENTROMEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX PYRAMIDAL CELLS HAVE A TEMPORAL DYNAMIC ROLE IN RECALL AND EXTINCTION OF COCAINE-ASSOCIATED MEMORY
C.12 - N-ACETYLCISTEINE PROMOTES ABSTINENCE FROM COCAINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION AFTER EXPOSURE TO ADVERSE CONSEQUENCES IN RATS WITH ESCALATING COCAINE INTAKE
C.13 - THE GLUTAMATE TRANSPORTER ACTIVATOR RILUZOLE ATTENUATES COCAINE-INDUCED HYPERLOCOMOTION IN JUVENILE BUT NOT ADULT MICE
C.14 - ANTI-CRAVING EFFECTS OF THE CHOLESTEROL-LOWERING DRUG SIMVASTATIN IN RATS
C.15 - EARLY LIFE STRESS ALTERS RESPONSIVITY TO COCAINE
C.16 - EXTRASYNAPTIC ALPHA4-CONTAINING GABAA RECEPTORS WITHIN THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS PRODUCE PATHWAY-SPECIFIC EFFECTS ON EXPRESSION OF COCAINE-INDUCED CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE
C.17 - A GENETIC REDUCTION IN THE SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER POTENTIATES THE REINFORCING PROPERTIES OF 3,4-METHLYENEDIOXYMETHAMPHETAMINE
C.18 - STUCK IN A LOOP
C.19 - METHAMPHETAMINE PRETREATMENT INCREASES STIMULATORY EFFECT OF MODAFINIL CHALLENGE DOSE ON MOUSE LOCOMOTOR BEHAVIOR
C.20 - DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT ON THE ACQUISITION OF DRUG USE AND THE TRANSITION TO ADDICTION
C.21 - CHARACTERIZATION OF RESPONSES TO A CONDITIONED DRUG CUE IN HEALTHY, NON-DEPENDENT HUMANS
C.22 - GENERALIZATION OF ANTI-CRAVING EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT TO DIFFERENT CLASSES OF DRUGS OF ABUSE
C.23 - ACUTE AND CHRONIC EFFECTS OF THE M1/M4-PREFERRING MUSCARINIC AGONIST XANOMELINE ON COCAINE VS. FOOD CHOICE IN RATS
C.24 - HIGH-FAT OVERCONSUMPTION DURING ADOLESCENCE ENHANCES THE PREFERENCE AND OPERANT RESPONSE FOR SUCROSE IN ADULTHOOD
D.1 - NEW ANALOGUES OF 7-METHOXYTACRINE AND A POTENTIAL THERAPEUTIC USE IN ALZHEIMER DISEASE
D.2 - LACTACYSTIN INDUCES NIGROSTRIATAL DAMAGE AND MOTOR DEFICIT IN AGED A30P ALPHA-SYNUCLEIN TRANSGENIC AND WILDTYPE MICE
D.3 - OPTOGENETIC AND PHARMACOLOGICAL CONTROL OF DOPAMINE/CHOLINERGIC BALANCE IN EXPERIMENTAL PARKINSONISM
D.4 - SPECIFICITY OF ANIMALS' BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS USING SENSORIMOTOR TESTS – LEARNING VS. PERFORMANCE
D.5 - MILD PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF 3α5β-PREGNANOLONE GLUTAMATE IN THE MODEL OF FOCAL CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA IN IMMATURE RATS
D.6 - COMPARISON OF THREE WISTAR HAN RAT LINES FOR ANXIETY RELATED BEHAVIOR, COGNITIVE ABILITIES AND CONSUMPTION OF APPETITIVE AND AVERSIVE LIQUIDS
D.7 - NEUROSTEROIDOGENESIS EFFECTS ON THE ANXIETY RESPONSES AND ANXIOLYTICS IN RODENTS
D.8 - BEHAVIORAL PROFILE OF CARIPRAZINE, A DOPAMINE D3/D2 RECEPTOR PARTIAL AGONIST NOVEL ANTIPSYCHOTIC CANDIDATE, IN RODENT MODELS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA, MANIA, DEPRESSION AND COGNITION
D.9 - POSSIBLE MEMORY IMPAIRMENT IN MALE AND FEMALE RATS FOLLOWING CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH FLUOXETINE, REBOXETINE AND VENLAFAXINE
D.10 - ANTIDEPRESANT PROPERTIES OF 3αC SUBSTITUTED DERIVATIVES OF PREGNANOLONE, A NOVEL USE-DEPENDENT NMDA ANTAGONISTS
D.11 - THE ACID SPHINGOMYELINASE/CERAMIDE SYSTEM AS A NEW PATHWAY FOR ANTI-DEPRESSANT ACTION
D.12 - LONG-TERM EFFECT OF LPS-INDUCED DEPRESSION IN C57/BL6 MICE
E.1 - THE STUDY OF ANXIOLYTIC EFFECTS OF PHARMACOLOGICAL SUBSTANCES IN MICE BALB/C EXPOSED TO FORCED SWIMMING STRESS
E.2 - INFLAMMATION IN A RODENT MODEL OF SOCIAL STRESS
E.3 - THE EFFECTS OF PRENATAL METHAMPHETAMINE EXPOSURE AND CHALLENGE DOSE OF OTHER DRUGS OF ABUSE ON BEHAVIOR OF ADULT MALE AND FEMALE RATS
E.4 - EFFECTS OF PSYCHOSTIMULANTS ON SOCIAL INTERACTION OF ADULT MALE RATS
E.5 - CHRONIC VOLUNTARY WHEEL-RUNNING EXERCISE DECREASES THE SENSITIVITY OF MEDIAL FOREBRAIN SELF-STIMULATION AND THE REWARD-FACILITATING EFFECT OF PSYCHOSTIMULANTS
E.6 - THE NON-IMIDAZOLE H3 INVERSE AGONIST PITOLISANT DOES NOT MODULATE COCAINE INDUCED CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE
E.7 - NORADRENERGIC AND SEROTONERGIC INHIBITORY FEED-BACKS ALTER AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED BEHAVIOURAL SENSITIZATION
E.8 - HEDONIC REWARD PROCESSING IS ATTENUATED IN CB1 RECEPTOR KNOCKOUT MICE
E.9 - INVOLVEMENT OF SEROTONIN 2A RECEPTORS IN THE REGULATION OF THC-INDUCED EFFECTS IN MICE
E.10 - DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF ANANDAMIDE ON TRKB PHOSPHORYLATION IN CORTICAL AND STRIATAL CELLS
E.11 - DISTINCT INTERACTIONS OF CANNABIDIOL AND MORPHINE IN THREE NOCICEPTIVE BEHAVIORAL MODELS IN MICE
E.12 - DOPAMINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS MEDIATES SOCIAL PLAY BEHAVIOR IN ADOLESCENT RATS
E.13 - 3-METHOXYNALTREXONE IS NOT A SELECTIVE ANTAGONIST FOR THE ACUTE STIMULATING EFFECTS OF HEROIN, 6-MONOACTYLMORPHINE AND MORPHINE IN MICE
E.14 - EFFECTS OF CURCUMIN ON BRAIN STIMULATION REWARD AND THE REWARD-FACILITATING EFFECT OF MORPHINE
E.15 - GHRELIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONISM ATTENUATES MORPHINE-INDUCED ACCUMBAL DOPAMINE RELEASE AND BEHAVIORAL STIMULATION IN RATS
E.16 - SELECTIVE MODULATION OF THE MOTOR SUPPRESSANT EFFECTS OF NICOTINE BY THE GABA-A RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, BICUCULLINE
E.17 - WEEKLY KETAMINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN RATS AS A MODEL OF INTERMITTENT KETAMINE USE
E.18 - IS KETAMINE AN ANESTHETIC, DRUG OF ABUSE, OR ANTIDEPRESSANT?
E.19 - ACUTE N2O EXPOSURE AFFECTS BRAIN SELF-STIMULATION IN C57BL/6J MICE
E.20 - EFFECTS OF VOLATILE HYDROCARBON VAPORS AND SITE SELECTIVE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS IN MICE DISCRIMINATING NITROUS OXIDE GAS
E.21 - CAFFEINE INDUCES ANXIETY AND IMPAIRS SOCIAL INTERACTION IN MICE
E.22 - RAPID PROCEDURE TO TRAIN DRUG DISCRIMINATION WITH AMITRIPTYLINE AS TRAINING DRUG
E.23 - SUBJECTIVE EFFECTS OF TRICHLOROETHYLENE VAPOR EXPOSURE IN MICE
E.24 - PACAP IN THE CENTRAL NUCLEUS OF THE AMYGDALA REDUCES FOOD INTAKE AND BODY WEIGHT GAIN VIA THE MELANOCORTIN AND THE BDNF/TRKB SYSTEMS
E.25 - INVERSE DOSE-RESPONSE EFFECT OF BREAKFAST ON PSYCHOMOTOR PERFORMANCE
E.26 - MATERNAL HIGH FAT DIET REVERSES THE EMOTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF MATERNAL SEPARATION IN OFFSPRING, BUT INCREASES ITS VULNERABILITY TO DIET-INDUCED OBESITY
E.27 - LICL/PILOCARPINE INDUCED STATUS EPILEPTICUS IN IMMATURE RATS AFFECT BEHAVIORAL RESPONSIVENESS LATTER IN LIFE
F.1 - MEDICATION STRATEGIES FOR TOBACCO ADDICTION
F.2 - BRAIN-REGION SPECIFIC IMPLICATION OF NATIVE AND POLYMORPHIC ALPHA5 CONTAINING NICOTINIC RECEPTORS IN BEHAVIOURS MODULATED BY NICOTINE
F.3 - THE ROLE OF HISTONE ACETYLATION IN THE ACQUISITION, EXTINCTION AND REINSTATEMENT OF NICOTINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN RATS
F.4 - SUPPRESSION OF NICOTINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION BY 5-HT6 ANTAGONISM
F.5 - THE IMPACT OF NICOTINE LOZENGES AND STIMULUS EXPECTANCIES ON CIGARETTE CRAVING
F.6 - ROLE OF DORSOMEDIAL CAUDATE PUTAMEN IN INTEROCEPTIVE CONDITIONING WITH THE NICOTINE STIMULUS
F.7 - IMPACT OF CAFFEINE ON VOLUNTARY ETHANOL INTAKE AND THE ALCOHOL DEPRIVATION EFFECT IN MICE
F.8 - MTEP AFFECTS THE ACQUISITION OF THE EXTINCTION OF ALCOHOL-SEEKING
F.9 - INDIVIDUAL VULNERABILITY TO ALCOHOL INTAKE IN RELATION TO DECISION MAKING
F.10 - EFFECT OF SUBCHRONIC SALVIA MILTIORRHIZA EXTRACT ADMINISTRATION ON MRNA EXPRESSION OF GABAA SUBUNITS IN BRAIN OF WHP AND WLP ALCOHOL DRINKING RATS
F.11 - DISSOCIATING WANTING AND LIKING FOR ALCOHOL IN HEAVY DRINKERS
F.12 - MEMANTINE PREVENTS ETHANOL-INDUCED COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN ADULT RATS
F.13 - AMYGDALA 14–3–3ζ MECHANISMS IN CONTROL OF ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN MICE
F.14 - THE ROLE OF ACCUMBAL μ-OPIOID RECEPTORS IN THE CONTROL OF ETHANOL INTAKE
F.15 - THE DEEPER THE BLUES, THE GREATER THE BOOZE? DEPRESSION SUSCEPTIBILITY IN SUBSEQUENT VULNERABILITY TO ALCOHOL ABUSE
F.16 - GLUTAMATERGIC SYSTEM DOWNREGULATION IN THE MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX FOLLOWING ETHANOL TREATMENT THAT LED TO IMPAIRED SPONTANEOUS ALTERNATION BEHAVIOUR
F.17 - PHOSPHODIESTERASE-4 INHIBITION POTENTIATES ETHANOL'S EFFECTS ON LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY IN MICE
F.18 - CONTEXT-INDUCED REINSTATEMENT TO ALCOHOL SEEKING AFTER PUNISHMENT IS ASSOCIATED WITH ACTIVATION OF NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS SHELL PROJECTIONS TO LATERAL HYPOTHALAMUS
F.19 - MOTIVATION FOR ALCOHOL IN A PRECLINICAL MODEL OF ALCOHOL ADDICTION
F.20 - REPEATED ALCOHOL BINGE-LIKE INTOXICATIONS DURING ADOLESCENCE AND SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IN THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX OF TWO LINES OF MICE DIFFERING FOR BOTH ALCOHOL INTAKE AND IMPULSIVITY TRAIT
F.21 - LOW DOSE OF ETHANOL EXPOSURE IN BINGE EPISODES DURING ADOLESCENCE CHANGED THE BDNF LEVELS ON THE HIPPOCAMPUS AND INCREASED LEVELS OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR IN ADULT WISTAR RATS
F.22 - ALCOHOL-WITHDRAWAL AGGRESSION
G.1 - THE HYPOCRETIN/OREXIN RECEPTOR-1 AS A NOVEL TARGET TO MODULATE CANNABINOID REWARD
G.2 - PASSIVE IMMUNIZATION AGAINST 6-MAM REDUCES HEROIN EFFECTS IN MICE
G.3 - THE ROLE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTEXT IN THE VULNERABILITY TO RELAPSE INTO HEROIN AND COCAINE ADDICTION
G.4 - DIFFERENTIAL BRAIN ACTIVATION INDUCED BY COCAINE VS. HEROIN-RELATED IMAGERY AS A FUNCTION OF CONTEXT
G.5 - CHANGES IN MIRNAS IN HEROIN SELF-ADMINISTRATION
G.6 - OPIOID-INDUCED CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE ACTIVATES CAMKII AND β-ACTIN IN STRIATUM AND HIPPOCAMPUS IN MICE
G.7 - SIMULTANEOUS MONITORING OF CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE AND LOCOMOTOR SENSITIZATION IN MITRAGYNINE-TREATED RATS
G.8 - OPPOSITE ROLES FOR THE CRF1 AND THE CRF2 RECEPTOR IN COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION INDUCED BY OPIATE WITHDRAWAL
G.9 - EFFECT OF META-CHLOROPHENYLPIPERAZINE (MCPP) ON APPETITE, SATIETY AND FMRI BOLD SIGNAL IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS
G.10 - DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF INACTIVATION AND MODULATION OF µ-OPIOID TRANSMISSION IN THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS CORE AND SHELL ON THE SEEKING OF PALATABLE FOOD
G.11 - BEHAVIOURAL PROFILE OF GLP-1 RECEPTOR AGONIST, EXENDIN-4 (EXENATIDE), IN NON-DEPRIVED MALE RATS PRESENTED WITH PALATABLE MASH
G.12 - CONTRIBUTION OF MU OPIOID RECEPTOR EXPRESSED IN GABAERGIC FOREBRAIN NEURONS TO ADDICTION
G.13 - SEX HORMONES MEDIATE THE EFFECT OF EARLY LIFE STRESS ON HEDONIC SENSITIVENESS TO NATURAL REWARD
H.1 - NOVEL REWARD LEARNING PARADIGM BASED ON RESPONSE PATTERNING UNDER INTERVAL SCHEDULES OF REINFORCEMENT
H.2 - DOES PRENATAL AND ADULT METHAMPHETAMINE EXPOSURE AFFECT SPATIAL LEARNING OF FEMALE RATS?
H.3 - BEHAVIORAL IMPULSIVITY AND THE EFFECTS OF AMPHETAMINE ON MEMORY RETRIEVAL
H.4 - INVOLVEMENT OF THE CEREBELLUM, INFERIOR OLIVA AND PONTINE NUCLEI IN COCAINE-INDUCED MEMORY
H.5 - CURRENT AND FORMER SMOKERS DIFFER IN PERFOMANCE MONITORING
H.6 - EFFECTS OF ANANDAMIDE AND OTHER CB1 LIGANDS ON LEARNING AND COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES
H.7 - THE CB1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST AM251 INFUSION INTO THE BASOLATERAL AMYGDALA AT RETRIEVAL DISRUPTS FEAR MEMORY RECONSOLIDATION IN RATS
H.8 - THE TRANSITION FROM RECONSOLIDATION TO EXTINCTION OF FEAR MEMORY IS DEPENDENT ON NEWLY SYNTHESIZED CALCINEURIN IN THE AMYGDALA
H.9 - DIFFERENTIAL TIME DECAYS OF OBJECT, PLACE AND TEMPORAL ORDER MEMORY IN SIMULTANEOUS VERSUS SEPARATE ASSESSMENT OF EPISODIC-LIKE MEMORY COMPONENTS IN THE RODENT
H.10 - COLCHICINE LESIONS OF THE DENTATE GYRUS SEVERELY DISRUPT RAPID SEGREGATION OF INFORMATION FROM DISSOCIATED SPATIAL FRAMES ON A ROTATING ARENA (CAROUSEL)
H.11 - EMOTIONAL VALUE OF REWARD-PAIRED CUES INFLUENCES PAVLOVIAN-TO-INSTRUMENTAL TRANSFER
H.12 - ANGER IN BODY AND BRAIN
H.13 - HOMEOSTATIC STATE DIFFERENTIALLY INFLUENCES OPIATE WITHDRAWAL ASSOCIATED MEMORIES
H.14 - AMELIORATIVE EFFECT OF LYCOPENE AGAINST MEMORY IMPAIRMENT AND MITO-OXIDATIVE DAMAGE INDUCED BY COLCHICINE IN RATS