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TitleCocaine and Other Stimulants [electronic resource] / edited by Everett H. Ellinwood, M. Marlyne Kilbey
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1977
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-3087-5
Descript X, 722 p. 59 illus. online resource

CONTENT

Cocaine: 1884โ{128}{147}1974 -- Neural Substrates Mediating Amphetamine Responses -- Mesolimbic and Extrapyramidal Sites for the Mediation of Stereotyped Behaviour Patterns and Hyperactivity by Amphetamine and Apomorphine in the Rat -- Behavioral Effects of Amphetamine in Brain Damaged Animals: Problems in the Search for Sites of Action -- Basic Considerations on the Role of Concertedly Working Dopaminergic, Gaba-Ergic, Cholinergic and Serotonergic Mechanisms within the Neostriatum and Nucleus Accumbens in Locomotor Activity, Stereotyped Gnawing, Turning and Dyskinetic Activities -- Release of Neurotransmitters from the Brain in Vivo by Amphetamine, Methylphenidate and Cocaine -- Distribution and Metabolism of Amphetamine in Tolerant Animals -- Changes in Brain Catecholamines Induced by Long-Term Methamphetamine Administration in Rhesus Monkeys -- Neurobiological Antagonism of Cocaine by Lithium -- On Food Deprivation in Relation to Amphetamine Tolerance -- Cocaine: Distribution and Metabolism in Animals -- Behavioral Effects of Cocaine--Metabolic and Neurochemical Approach -- Small Vessel Cerebral Vascular Changes Following Chronic Amphetamine Intoxication -- Enhancement of Cocaine-Induced Lethality by Phenobarbital -- Changes in Neuronal Activity in the Neostriatum and Reticular Formation Following Acute or Long-Term Amphetamine Administration -- Amygdala Hyperspindling and Seizures Induced by Cocaine -- Sensitization to Cocaine Following Chronic a Ministration in the Rat -- Progressive Changes in Behavior and Seizures Following Chronic Cocaine Administration: Relationship to Kindling and Psychosis -- Cocaine: Discussion on the Role of Dopamine in the Biochemical Mechanism of Action -- Chronic Administration of Stimulant Drugs: Response Modification -- Differential Effects of Serotonin Depletion on Amphetamine-Induced Locomotion and Stereotypy -- Role of Monoamine Neural Pathways in d-Amphetamine- and Methylphenidate-Induced Locomotor Activity -- The Effects of Cocaine on the Aggressive Behavior of Mice, Pigeons and Squirrel Monkeys -- Changes in Individual and Social Behavior Induced by Amphetamine and Related Compounds in Monkeys and Man -- Reinforcement of Behavior by Cocaine Injections -- A Comparison of Cocaine and Diethylpropion under Two Different Schedules of Drug Presentation -- A Preference Procedure That Compares Efficacy of Different Intravenous Drug Reinforcers in the Rhesus Monkey -- The Effects of Response Contingent and Non-Contingent Shock on Drug Self-Administration in Rhesus Monkeys -- Drug-Maintained Performance and the Analysis of Stimulant Reinforcing Effects -- Acute Systemic Effects of Cocaine in Man: A Controlled Study of Intranasal and Intravenous Routes of Administration -- Cocaine: Blood Concentration and Physiological Effect after Intranasal Application in Man -- Physiological and Behavioral Effects of Intravenous Cocaine in Man -- Effects of Intravenous Cocaine on MHPG Excretion in Man -- Psychologic Test Responses and Methylphenidate -- The Comparative Psychotogenic Effects of L-DOPA and ET-495 -- Structure-Activity Relationships of Several Amphetamine Drugs in Man -- Author Index


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