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    1. Klebaur, JE; Bevins, RA; Segar, TM; Bardo, MT
      Individual differences in behavioral responses to novelty and amphetamine self-administration in male and female rats

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    2. Bardo, MT; Robinet, PM; Mattingly, BA; Margulies, JE
      Effect of 6-hydroxydopamine or repeated amphetamine treatment on mesencephalic mRNA levels for AMPA glutamate receptor subunits in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    3. Robinet, PM; Bardo, MT
      Dopamine D3 receptors are involved in amphetamine-induced contralateral rotation in 6-OHDA lesioned rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    4. Harrod, SB; Dwoskin, LP; Crooks, PA; Klebaur, JE; Bardo, MT
      Lobeline attenuates d-methamphetamine self-administration in rats

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    5. Miller, DK; Wilkins, LH; Bardo, MT; Crooks, PA; Dwoskin, LP
      Once weekly administration of nicotine produces long-lasting locomotor sensitization in rats via a nicotinic receptor-mediated mechanism

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    6. Bardo, MT; Klebaur, JE; Valone, JM; Deaton, C
      Environmental enrichment decreases intravenous self-administration of amphetamine in female and male rats

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    7. Levens, N; Green, TA; Akins, CK; Bardo, MT
      Dopamine D-2-like receptor binding in the brain of male Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica)

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    8. Brown, RW; Bardo, MT; Mace, DD; Phillips, SB; Kraemer, PJ
      D-amphetamine facilitation of Morris water task performance is blocked by eticlopride and correlated with increased dopamine synthesis in the prefrontal cortex

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Bardo, MT; Bevins, RA
      Conditioned place preference: what does it add to our preclinical understanding of drug reward?

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    10. Green, TA; Phillips, SB; Crooks, PA; Dwoskin, LP; Bardo, MT
      Nornicotine pretreatment decreases intravenous nicotine self-administration in rats

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    11. Bardo, MT; Valone, JM; Robinet, PM; Shaw, WB; Dwoskin, LP
      Environmental enrichment enhances the stimulant effect of intravenous amphetamine: Search for a cellular mechanism in the nucleus accumbens

      PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    12. Bevins, RA; Bardo, MT
      Conditioned increase in place preference by access to novel objects: antagonism by MK-801

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Klebaur, JE; Bardo, MT
      The effects of anxiolytic drugs on novelty-induced place preference

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Segar, TM; Klebaur, JE; Bardo, MT; Barron, S
      Acquisition of a fixed ratio schedule in adult male rats neonatally exposed to ethanol and/or cocaine

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    15. Klebaur, JE; Bardo, MT
      Individual differences in novelty seeking on the playground maze predict amphetamine conditioned place preference

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    16. Bardo, MT; Green, TA; Crooks, PA; Dwoskin, LP
      Nornicotine is self-administered intravenously by rats

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    17. Dwoskin, LP; Crooks, PA; Teng, LH; Green, TA; Bardo, MT
      Acute and chronic effects of nornicotine on locomotor activity in rats: altered response to nicotine

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    18. Bardo, MT; Valone, JM; Bevins, RA
      Locomotion and conditioned place preference produced by acute intravenous amphetamine: role of dopamine receptors and individual differences in amphetamine self-administration

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    19. BARDO MT
      NEUROPHARMACOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF DRUG REWARD - BEYOND DOPAMINE IN THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      Critical reviews in neurobiology
    20. ROBINET PM; ROWLETT JK; BARDO MT
      INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN NOVELTY-INDUCED ACTIVITY AND THE REWARDING EFFECTS OF NOVELTY AND AMPHETAMINE IN RATS

      Behavioural processes
    21. VALONE JM; RANDALL CK; KRAEMER PJ; BARDO MT
      OLFACTORY CUES AND MORPHINE-INDUCED CONDITIONED ANALGESIA IN RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    22. RANDALL CK; KRAEMER PJ; BARDO MT
      MORPHINE-INDUCED CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE IN PREWEANLING AND ADULT RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    23. BEVINS RA; KLEBAUR JE; BARDO MT
      INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSE TO NOVELTY, AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED ACTIVITY AND DRUG DISCRIMINATION IN RATS

      Behavioural pharmacology
    24. BEVINS RA; DELZER TA; BARDO MT
      UNEXPRESSED MORPHINE CONDITIONED SALT AVERSION - PROCEDURAL VARIANTS AND HYPERTONICITY OF SALT

      Behavioural processes
    25. REBEC GV; GRABNER CP; JOHNSON M; PIERCE RC; BARDO MT
      TRANSIENT INCREASES IN CATECHOLAMINERGIC ACTIVITY IN MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX AND NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS SHELL DURING NOVELTY

      Neuroscience
    26. BARDO MT; BEVINS RA; KLEBAUR JE; CROOKS PA; DWOSKIN LP
      (-)-NORNICOTINE PARTIALLY SUBSTITUTES FOR (-AMPHETAMINE IN A DRUG DISCRIMINATION PARADIGM IN RATS())

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    27. BEVINS RA; KLEBAUR JE; BARDO MT
      7-OH-DPAT HAS D-AMPHETAMINE-LIKE DISCRIMINATIVE STIMULUS PROPERTIES

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    28. ROWLETT JK; MATTINGLY BA; BARDO MT
      LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY AND DOPAMINE SYNTHESIS FOLLOWING 1 AND 15 DAYS OF WITHDRAWAL FROM REPEATED APOMORPHINE TREATMENTS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    29. BARDO MT; ROBINET PM; HAMMER RF
      EFFECT OF DIFFERENTIAL REARING ENVIRONMENTS ON MORPHINE-INDUCED BEHAVIORS, OPIOID RECEPTORS AND DOPAMINE SYNTHESIS

      Neuropharmacology
    30. REBEC GV; CHRISTENSEN JRC; GUERRA C; BARDO MT
      REGIONAL AND TEMPORAL DIFFERENCES IN REAL-TIME DOPAMINE EFFLUX IN THENUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS DURING FREE-CHOICE NOVELTY

      Brain research
    31. BEVINS RA; DELZER TA; BARDO MT
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CONDITIONED TASTE-AVERSION PRODUCED BY 7-OH-DPAT IN RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    32. BEVINS RA; DELZER TA; BARDO MT
      2ND-ORDER CONDITIONING DETECTS UNEXPRESSED MORPHINE-INDUCED SALT AVERSION

      Animal learning & behavior
    33. MATTINGLY BA; FIELDS SE; LANGFELS MS; ROWLETT JK; ROBINET PM; BARDO MT
      REPEATED 7-OH-DPAT TREATMENTS - BEHAVIORAL SENSITIZATION, DOPAMINE SYNTHESIS AND SUBSEQUENT SENSITIVITY TO APOMORPHINE AND COCAINE

      Psychopharmacology
    34. ROWLETT JK; MATTINGLY BA; BARDO MT
      REPEATED QUINPIROLE TREATMENT - LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY, DOPAMINE SYNTHESIS, AND EFFECTS OF SELECTIVE DOPAMINE ANTAGONISTS

      Synapse
    35. BARDO MT; ROWLETT JK; HARRIS MJ
      CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE USING OPIATE AND STIMULANT-DRUGS - A METAANALYSIS

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    36. BARDO MT; BOWLING SL; ROWLETT JK; MANDERSCHEID P; BUXTON ST; DWOSKIN LP
      ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT ATTENUATES LOCOMOTOR SENSITIZATION, BUT NOT IN-VITRO DOPAMINE RELEASE, INDUCED BY AMPHETAMINE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    37. PIERCE RC; ROWLETT JK; REBEC GV; BARDO MT
      ASCORBATE POTENTIATES AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE AND FOREBRAIN DOPAMINE RELEASE IN RATS

      Brain research
    38. NEISEWANDER JL; NONNEMAN AJ; ROWLETT JK; BARDO MT
      IMPAIRED SUPERSENSITIVITY TO MORPHINE FOLLOWING CHRONIC NALTREXONE TREATMENT IN SENESCENT RATS

      Neurobiology of aging
    39. ROWLETT JK; GIBSON TR; BARDO MT
      DISSOCIATION OF BUPRENORPHINE-INDUCED LOCOMOTOR SENSITIZATION AND CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE IN RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    40. BOWLING SL; BARDO MT
      LOCOMOTOR AND REWARDING EFFECTS OF AMPHETAMINE IN ENRICHED, SOCIAL, AND ISOLATE REARED RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    41. CRAWFORD CA; MCDOUGALL SA; BARDO MT
      EFFECTS OF EEDQ ON THE SYNTHESIS AND METABOLISM OF DOPAMINE IN PREWEANLING AND ADULT-RATS

      Neuropharmacology
    42. CRAWFORD CA; ROWLETT JK; MCDOUGALL SA; BARDO MT
      AGE-DEPENDENT DIFFERENCES IN THE RATE OF RECOVERY OF STRIATAL DOPAMINE D-1 AND D-2 RECEPTORS AFTER INACTIVATION WITH EEDQ

      European journal of pharmacology
    43. CRAWFORD CA; MCDOUGALL SA; BARDO MT
      ONTOGENIC EFFECTS OF EEDQ ON AMPHETAMINE-INDUCED BEHAVIORS OF RATS - ROLE OF PRESYNAPTIC PROCESSES

      Psychopharmacology
    44. BARDO MT; VALONE JM
      MORPHINE-CONDITIONED ANALGESIA USING A TASTE CUE - DISSOCIATION OF TASTE-AVERSION AND ANALGESIA

      Psychopharmacology
    45. RANDALL CK; KRAEMER PJ; VALONE JM; BARDO MT
      ODOR CONDITIONING WITH MORPHINE - CONDITIONED PREFERENCE, AVERSION, AND ANALGESIA

      Psychobiology
    46. ROWLETT JK; MATTINGLY BA; BARDO MT
      NEUROCHEMICAL CORRELATES OF BEHAVIORAL SENSITIZATION FOLLOWING REPEATED APOMORPHINE TREATMENT - ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF D(1)-DOPAMINE RECEPTOR STIMULATION

      Synapse
    47. KOLTA MG; BARDO MT
      OPIOID MODULATION OF AMPHETAMINE-STIMULATED DOPAMINE RELEASE AND CONCENTRATION IN RAT STRIATAL SLICES

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    48. BOWLING SL; ROWLETT JK; BARDO MT
      THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT ON AMPHETAMINE-STIMULATED LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY, DOPAMINE SYNTHESIS AND DOPAMINE RELEASE

      Neuropharmacology


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