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Neurobiology of Drug Abuse: Learning and Memory



NIDA Research Monograph, Number 97 [Printed in 1990]

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Preface-----v

The Chick as a Model System for Studying Neural Processes in Learning and Memory-----1
Mark R. Rosenzweig

New Approaches to the Study of Comparative Cognition-----22
Raymond P. Kesner

Long-Term Effects of Cholinergic Agonists on Memory-----37
David S. Olton and Kathleen C. Raffaele

Enkephalin Influences on Behavioral and Neural Plasticity: Mechanisms of Action-----48
Joe L. Martinez, Jr., Patricia H. Janak, Susan B. Weinberger, Gery Schulteis, and Brian E. Derrick

The Effects of Delta-9-THC on Mechanisms of Learning and Memory-----79
Sam A. Deadwyler, Charles J. Heyser, Ron C. Michaelis, and Robert E. Hampson

Calcium-Mediated Events in Associative Learning-----94
John F. Disterhoft

Hippocampal Theories and the Information/Computation Perspective-----116
William B Levy

Pharmacological and Anatomical Analysis of Fear Conditioning-----126
Michael Davis

Stress, Performance, and Arousal: Focus on CRF-----163
George F. Koob, Belinda J. Cole, Neal R. Swerdlow, Michel Le Moal, and Karen T. Britton

Attentional and Motivational Effects of Psychoactive Drugs-----177
Conan Kornetsky, Joseph E.G. Williams, and Michael Bird

Learning as a Factor in Ethanol Tolerance-----193
A.D. LÉ and H. Kalant

Conditioning as a Critical Determinant of Sensitization Induced by Psychomotor Stimulants-----208
Agu Pert, Robert Post, and Susan R.B. Weiss

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----242




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