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    1. Giordano, LA; Bickel, WK; Shahan, TA; Badger, GJ
      Behavioral economics of human drug self-administration: progressive ratio versus random sequences of response requirements

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    2. Shahan, TA; Bickel, WK; Badger, GJ; Giordano, LA
      Sensitivity of nicotine-containing and de-nicotinized cigarette consumption to alternative non-drug reinforcement: a behavioral economic analysis

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    3. David, V; Polis, I; McDonald, J; Gold, LH
      Intravenous self-administration of heroin/cocaine combinations (speedball)using nose-poke or lever-press operant responding in mice

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    4. Popke, EJ; Allen, RR; Pearson, EC; Hammond, TG; Paule, MG
      Differential effects of two NMDA receptor antagonists on cognitive-behavioral development in nonhuman primates

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    5. Meisch, RA
      Oral drug self-administration: an overview of laboratory animal studies

      ALCOHOL
    6. Lessov, CN; Risinger, FO; Phillips, TJ
      Attenuation of ethanol-induced conditioned taste aversion in mice sensitized to the locomotor stimulant effects of ethanol

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Stafford, D; LeSage, MG; Rice, KC; Glowa, JR
      A comparison of cocaine, GBR 12909, and phentermine self-administration byrhesus monkeys on a progressive-ratio schedule

      DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE
    8. Naranjo, CA; Tremblay, LK; Busto, UE
      The role of the brain reward system in depression

      PROGRESS IN NEURO-PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY & BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    9. Rush, CR; Essman, WD; Simpson, CA; Baker, RW
      Reinforcing and subject-rated effects of methylphenidate and d-amphetaminein non-drug-abusing humans

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    10. Ranaldi, R; Wise, RA
      Blockade of D1 dopamine receptors in the ventral tegmental area decreases cocaine reward: Possible role for dendritically released dopamine

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Wayment, HK; Schenk, JO; Sorg, BA
      Characterization of extracellular dopamine clearance in the medial prefrontal cortex: Role of monoamine uptake and monoamine oxidase inhibition

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Czachowski, CL; Slawecki, CJ; Grahame, NJ; Thiele, TE; Katner, SN
      Approaches to understanding the neurobiological regulation of ethanol self-administration: A young investigators forum

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    13. Ciccocioppo, R; Angeletti, S; Weiss, F
      Long-lasting resistance to extinction of response reinstatement induced byethanol-related stimuli: Role of genetic ethanol preference

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    14. Nowend, KL; Arizzi, M; Carlson, BB; Salamone, JD
      D1 or D2 antagonism in nucleus accumbens core or dorsomedial shell suppresses lever pressing for food but leads to compensatory increases in chow consumption

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    15. Foltin, RW; Evans, SM
      The effects of D-amphetamine on responding for candy and fruit drink usinga fixed ratio and a progressive ratio schedule of reinforcer delivery

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    16. Caul, WF; Brindle, NA
      Schedule-dependent effects of haloperidol and amphetamine: multiple-schedule task shows within-subject effects

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    17. van Haaren, F; Haworth, SC; Bennett, SM; Cody, BA
      The effects of pyridostigmine bromide on progressive ratio performance in male and female rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    18. Molina, PE; Ahmed, N; Gatley, J; Volkow, ND; Abumrad, NN
      L-tryptophan attenuation of the dopaminergic and behavioral responses to cocaine

      LIFE SCIENCES
    19. Roane, HS; Lerman, DC; Vorndran, CM
      Assessing reinforcers under progressive schedule requirements

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
    20. Suto, N; Austin, JD; Vezina, P
      Locomotor response to novelty predicts a rat's propensity to self-administer nicotine

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    21. Corrigall, WA; Coen, KM; Zhang, JH; Adamson, KL
      GABA mechanisms in the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus influence particular aspects of nicotine self-administration selectively in the rat

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    22. Brennan, K; Roberts, DCS; Anisman, H; Merali, Z
      Individual differences in sucrose consumption in the rat: motivational andneurochemical correlates of hedonia

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    23. Wang, NS; Brown, VL; Grabowski, J; Meisch, RA
      Reinforcement by orally delivered methadone, cocaine, and methadone-cocaine combinations in rhesus monkeys: are the combinations better reinforcers?

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    24. Lessov, CN; Palmer, AA; Quick, EA; Phillips, TJ
      Voluntary ethanol drinking in C57BL/6J and DBA/2J mice before and after sensitization to the locomotor stimulant effects of ethanol

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    25. Woolverton, WL; Hecht, GS; Agoston, GE; Katz, JL; Newman, AH
      Further studies of the reinforcing effects of benztropine analogs in rhesus monkeys

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    26. Comer, SD; Collins, ED; Fischman, MW
      Buprenorphine sublingual tablets: effects on IV heroin self-administrationby humans

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    27. Porrino, LJ; Lyons, D
      Orbital and medial prefrontal cortex and psychostimulant abuse: Studies inanimal models

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    28. Ranaldi, R; Wise, RA
      Intravenous self-administration of methamphetamine-heroin (speedball) combinations under a progressive-ratio schedule of reinforcement in rats

      NEUROREPORT
    29. Wolff, MC; Leander, JD
      A comparison of the behavioural effects of 5-HT2A and 5-HT2C receptor agonists in the pigeon

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    30. Brandt, MR; Galici, R; France, CP
      The discriminative stimulus effects of morphine in pigeons responding under a progressive ratio schedule of food presentation

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    31. Shahan, TA; Odum, AL; Bickel, WK
      Nicotine gum as a substitute for cigarettes: a behavioral economic analysis

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    32. Popke, EJ; Allen, SR; Paule, MG
      Effects of acute ethanol on indices of cognitive-behavioral performance inrats

      ALCOHOL
    33. Kampman, KM; Rukstalis, M; Pettinati, H; Muller, E; Acosta, T; Gariti, P; Ehrman, R; O'Brien, CP
      The combination of phentermine and fenfluramine reduced cocaine withdrawalsymptoms in an open trial

      JOURNAL OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
    34. Gamoke, CA; Moore, JC; Buntin, JD
      Motivational influences underlying prolactin-induced feeding in doves (Streptopelia risoria)

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    35. Nicola, SM; Deadwyler, SA
      Firing rate of nucleus accumbens neurons is dopamine-dependent and reflects the timing of cocaine-seeking behavior in rats on a progressive ratio schedule of reinforcement

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    36. Piazza, PV; Deroche-Gamonent, V; Rouge-Pont, F; Le Moal, M
      Vertical shifts in self-administration dose-response functions predict a drug-vulnerable phenotype predisposed to addiction

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    37. Lorrain, DS; Arnold, GM; Vezina, P
      Previous exposure to amphetamine increases incentive to obtain the drug: long-lasting effects revealed by the progressive ratio schedule

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    38. Newland, MC; Paletz, EM
      Animal studies of methylmercury and PCBs: What do they tell us about expected effects in humans

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    39. Brebner, K; Phelan, R; Roberts, DCS
      Intra-VTA baclofen attenuates cocaine self-administration on a progressiveratio schedule of reinforcement

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    40. Olausson, P; Engel, JA; Soderpalm, B
      Effects of serotonergic manipulations on the behavioral sensitization and disinhibition associated with repeated amphetamine treatment

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    41. Belzung, C; Scearce-Levie, K; Barreau, S; Hen, R
      Absence of cocaine-induced place conditioning in serotonin 1B receptor knock-out mice

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    42. Popke, EJ; Mayorga, AJ; Fogle, CM; Paule, MG
      Effects of acute nicotine on several operant behaviors in rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    43. Baron, A; Derenne, A
      Progressive-ratio schedules: Effects of later schedule requirements on earlier performances

      JOURNAL OF THE EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOR
    44. Grottick, AJ; Fletcher, PJ; Higgins, GA
      Studies to investigate the role of 5-HT2C receptors on cocaine- and food-maintained behavior

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    45. Rowlett, JK
      A labor-supply analysis of cocaine self-administration under progressive-ratio schedules: antecedents, methodologies, and perspectives

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    46. Bickel, WK; Marsch, LA; Carroll, ME
      Deconstructing relative reinforcing efficacy and situating the measures ofpharmacological reinforcement with behavioral economics: a theoretical proposal

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    47. Sizemore, GM; Martin, TJ
      Toward a mathematical description of dose-effect functions for self-administered drugs in laboratory animal models

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    48. Ranaldi, R; Anderson, KG; Carroll, FI; Woolverton, WL
      Reinforcing and discriminative stimulus effects of RTI 111, a 3-phenyltropane analog, in rhesus monkeys: interaction with methamphetamine

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    49. Wilcox, KM; Rowlett, JK; Paul, IA; Ordway, GA; Woolverton, WL
      On the relationship between the dopamine transporter and the reinforcing effects of local anesthetics in rhesus monkeys: practical and theoretical concerns

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    50. Olmstead, MC; Parkinson, JA; Miles, FJ; Everitt, BJ; Dickinson, A
      Cocaine-seeking by rats: regulation, reinforcement and activation

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    51. Mobini, S; Chiang, TJ; Ho, MY; Bradshaw, CM; Szabadi, E
      Comparison of the effects of clozapine, haloperidol, chlorpromazine and d-amphetamine on performance on a time-constrained progressive ratio scheduleand on locomotor behaviour in the rat

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    52. Donny, EC; Caggiula, AR; Rowell, PP; Gharib, MA; Maldovan, V; Booth, S; Mielke, MM; Hoffman, A; McCallum, S
      Nicotine self-administration in rats: estrous cycle effects, sex differences and nicotinic receptor binding

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    53. Panlilio, LV; Schindler, CW
      Self-administration of remifentanil, an ultra-short acting opioid, under continuous and progressive-ratio schedules of reinforcement in rats

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    54. Carroll, ME; Cosgrove, KP; Campbell, UC; Morgan, AD; Mickelberg, JL
      Reductions in ethanol, phencyclidine, and food-maintained behavior by naltrexone pretreatment in monkeys is enhanced by open economic conditions

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    55. Easterling, KW; Plovnick, RM; Holtzman, SG
      Acute opioid but not benzodiazepine dependence in rats responding for intracranial self-stimulation

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    56. Heishman, SJ; Schuh, KJ; Schuster, CR; Henningfield, JE; Goldberg, SR
      Reinforcing and subjective effects of morphine in human opioid abusers: effect of dose and alternative reinforcer

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    57. Campbell, UC; Carroll, ME
      Reduction of drug self-administration by an alternative non-drug reinforcer in rhesus monkeys: magnitude and temporal effects

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    58. Smith, MP; Hoepping, A; Johnson, KM; Trzcinska, M; Kozikowski, AP
      Dopaminergic agents for the treatment of cocaine abuse

      DRUG DISCOVERY TODAY
    59. Stafford, D; LeSage, MG; Glowa, JR
      Effects of phentermine on responding maintained by progressive-ratio schedules of cocaine and food delivery in rhesus monkeys

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    60. Smith, JW; Watson, WP; Stephens, DN; Little, HJ
      The calcium channel antagonist, nimodipine, decreases operant self-administration of low concentrations of ethanol

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    61. Morgan, MJ; Davies, GM; Willner, P
      The Questionnaire of Smoking Urges is sensitive to abstinence and exposureto smoking-related cues

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    62. Bickel, WK; Madden, GJ
      A comparison of measures of relative reinforcing efficacy and behavioral economics: cigarettes and money in smokers

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    63. Middaugh, LD; Kelley, BM
      Operant ethanol reward in C57BL/6 mice: Influence of gender and proceduralvariables

      ALCOHOL
    64. McGregor, IS; Saharov, T; Hunt, GE; Topple, AN
      Beer consumption in rats: The influence of ethanol content, food deprivation, and cocaine

      ALCOHOL
    65. Ciccocioppo, R
      The role of serotonin in craving: From basic research to human studies

      ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLISM
    66. PRASAD BM; HOCHSTATTER T; SORG BA
      EXPRESSION OF COCAINE SENSITIZATION - REGULATION BY THE MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX

      Neuroscience
    67. LeSage, MG; Stafford, D; Glowa, JR
      Preclinical research on cocaine self-administration: environmental determinants and their interaction with pharmacological treatment

      NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
    68. Stephens, DN; Brown, G
      Disruption of operant oral self-administration of ethanol, sucrose, and saccharin by the AMPA/kainate antagonist, NBQX, but not the AMPA antagonist, GYKI 52466

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    69. Hamill, S; Trevitt, JT; Nowend, KL; Carlson, BB; Salamone, JD
      Nucleus accumbens dopamine depletions and time-constrained progressive ratio performance: Effects of different ratio requirements

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    70. Jarema, K; Macomber, C; Lesage, M; Poling, A
      Acute and chronic effects of morphine under a progressive-ratio 25 schedule of food delivery

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    71. Brebner, K; Froestl, W; Andrews, M; Phelan, R; Roberts, DCS
      The GABA(B) agonist CGP 44532 decreases cocaine self-administration in rats: demonstration using a progressive ratio and a discrete trials procedure

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    72. Ambrosio, E; Martin, S; Garcia-Lecumberri, C; Crespo, JA
      The neurobiology of cannabinoid dependence: Sex differences and potential interactions between cannabinoid and opioid systems

      LIFE SCIENCES
    73. Carroll, FI; Howell, LL; Kuhar, MJ
      Pharmacotherapies for treatment of cocaine abuse: Preclinical aspects

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    74. Gallate, JE; Saharov, T; Mallet, PE; McGregor, IS
      Increased motivation for beer in rats following administration of a cannabinoid CB1 receptor agonist

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    75. Hecht, GS; Spear, NE; Spear, LP
      Changes in progressive ratio responding for intravenous cocaine throughoutthe reproductive process in female rats

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    76. Donny, EC; Caggiula, AR; Mielke, MM; Booth, S; Gharib, MA; Hoffman, A; Maldovan, V; Shupenko, C; McCallum, SE
      Nicotine self-administration in rats on a progressive ratio schedule of reinforcement

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    77. Shahan, TA; Bickel, WK; Madden, GJ; Badger, GJ
      Comparing the reinforcing efficacy of nicotine containing and de-nicotinized cigarettes: a behavioral economic analysis

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    78. Ahmed, SH; Koob, GF
      Long-lasting increase in the set point for cocaine self-administration after escalation in rats

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    79. Roberts, DCS; Phelan, R; Hodges, LM; Hodges, MM; Bennett, B; Childers, S; Davies, H
      Self-administration of cocaine analogs by rats

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    80. Rodefer, JS; Carroll, ME
      Concurrent progressive-ratio schedules to compare reinforcing effectiveness of different phencyclidine (PCP) concentrations in rhesus monkeys

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    81. Comer, SD; Collins, ED; MacArthur, RB; Fischman, MW
      Comparison of intravenous and intranasal heroin self administration by morphine maintained humans

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    82. Depoortere, R; Perrault, G; Sanger, DJ
      Intracranial self stimulation under a progressive-ratio schedule in rats: effects of strength of stimulation, d-amphetamine, 7-OH-DPAT and haloperidol

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    83. Rodefer, JS; Campbell, UC; Cosgrove, KP; Carroll, ME
      Naltrexone pretreatment decreases the reinforcing effectiveness of ethanoland saccharin but not PCP or food under concurrent progressive-ratio schedules in rhesus monkeys

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    84. Harrison, AA; Parsons, LH; Koob, GF; Markou, A
      RU 24969, a 5-HT1A/1B agonist, elevates brain stimulation reward thresholds: an effect reversed by GR 127935, a 5-HT1B/1D antagonist

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    85. Barr, AM; Phillips, AG
      Withdrawal following repeated exposure to d-amphetamine decreases responding for a sucrose solution as measured by a progressive ratio schedule of reinforcement

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    86. ROCHA BA; FUMAGALLI F; GAINETDINOV RR; JONES SR; ATOR R; GIROS B; MILLER GW; CARON MG
      COCAINE SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN DOPAMINE-TRANSPORTER KNOCKOUT MICE

      Nature neuroscience
    87. RANALDI R; MUNN E
      POLYDRUG SELF-ADMINISTRATION IN RATS - COCAINE-HEROIN IS MORE REWARDING THAN COCAINE-ALONE

      NeuroReport
    88. Willner, P; Field, M; Pitts, K; Reeve, G
      Mood, cue and gender influences on motivation, craving and liking for alcohol in recreational drinkers

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    89. MARINELLI M; BARROT M; SIMON H; OBERLANDER C; DEKEYNE A; LEMOAL M; PIAZZA PV
      PHARMACOLOGICAL STIMULI DECREASING NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS DOPAMINE CAN ACTAS POSITIVE REINFORCERS BUT HAVE A LOW ADDICTIVE POTENTIAL

      European journal of neuroscience
    90. MARKOU A; KOSTEN TR; KOOB GF
      NEUROBIOLOGICAL SIMILARITIES IN DEPRESSION AND DRUG-DEPENDENCE - A SELF-MEDICATION HYPOTHESIS

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    91. BARDO MT
      NEUROPHARMACOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF DRUG REWARD - BEYOND DOPAMINE IN THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      Critical reviews in neurobiology
    92. PARSONS LH; WEISS F; KOOB GF
      SEROTONIN(1B) RECEPTOR STIMULATION ENHANCES COCAINE REINFORCEMENT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    93. Brown, CM; Fletcher, PJ; Coscina, DV
      Neuropeptide Y-induced operant responding for sucrose is not mediated by dopamine

      PEPTIDES
    94. ABERMAN JE; WARD SJ; SALAMONE JD
      EFFECTS OF DOPAMINE ANTAGONISTS AND ACCUMBENS DOPAMINE DEPLETIONS ON TIME-CONSTRAINED PROGRESSIVE-RATIO PERFORMANCE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    95. BRISCOE RJ; VANECEK SA; VALLETT M; BAIRD TJ; HOLLOWAY FA; GAUVIN DV
      REINFORCING EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE, EPHEDRINE, AND THEIR BINARY COMBINATION IN RATS

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    96. FLETCHER PJ
      A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF RISPERIDONE, RACLOPRIDE, AND RITANSERIN ON INTRAVENOUS SELF-ADMINISTRATION OF D-AMPHETAMINE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    97. BARR AM; PHILLIPS AG
      CHRONIC MILD STRESS HAS NO EFFECT ON RESPONDING BY RATS FOR SUCROSE UNDER A PROGRESSIVE RATIO SCHEDULE

      Physiology & behavior
    98. ROCHA BA; SCEARCELEVIE K; LUCAS JJ; HIROI N; CASTANON N; CRABBE JC; NESTLER EJ; HEN R
      INCREASED VULNERABILITY TO COCAINE IN MICE LACKING THE SEROTONIN-1B RECEPTOR

      Nature
    99. STAFFORD D; BRANCH MN
      EFFECTS OF STEP-SIZE AND BREAK-POINT CRITERION ON PROGRESSIVE-RATIO PERFORMANCE

      Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
    100. LATTAL KA; REILLY MP; KOHN JP
      RESPONSE PERSISTENCE UNDER RATIO AND INTERVAL REINFORCEMENT SCHEDULES

      Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior


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