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Cocaine: Pharmacology, Effects, and Treatment of Abuse



NIDA Research Monograph, Number 50 [Printed in 1983]

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Table of Contents

Foreword-----vii

Cocaine 1984: Introduction and Overview-----1
John Grabowski

Cocaine: A Growing Public Health Problem-----9
Edgar H. Adams and Jack Durell

Neural Mechanisms of the Reinforcing Action of Cocaine-----15
Roy A. Wise

The Pharmacology of Cocaine-----34
Reese T. Jones

Assessment of the Dependence Potential of Cocaine in Animals-----54
Chris E. Johanson

The Behavioral Pharmacology of Cocaine in Humans-----72
Marian W. Fischman

Changing Patterns of Cocaine Use: Longitudinal Observations, Consequences, and Treatment-----92
Ronald K. Siegel

Cocaine Abuse: A Review of Current and Experimental Treatments-----111
Herbert D. Kleber and Frank H. Gawin

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----130




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