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Laboratory Behavioral Studies of Vulnerability to Drug Abuse

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 169 [Printed in 1997]

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Table of Contents

Cora Lee Wetherington and John L. Falk

Toward an Account of Individual Differences in Drug Abuse-------2
James H. Woods

Acquisition and Reacquisition (Relapse) of Drug Abuse: Modulation by Alternative Reinforcers-------6
Marilyn E. Carroll

The Influence of Behavioral and Pharmacological History on the Reinforcing Effects of Cocaine in Rhesus Monkeys-------26
Michael A. Nader

Stimulant Preexposure Sensitizes Rats and Humans to the Rewarding Effects of Cocaine-------56
Susan Schenk and Emily S. Davidson

Stress, the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis, and Vulnerability to Drug Abuse-------83
Nick E. Goeders

Behavioral and Biological Factors Associated With Individual Vulnerability to Psychostimulant Abuse-------105
ier Vincenzo Piazza, Véronique Deroche, Françoise Rougé-Pont, and Michel Le Moal

Addictive Behavior With and Without Pharmacologic Action: Critical Role of Stimulus Control-------134
John L. Falk

Taste and Diet Preferences as Predictors of Drug Self-Administration-------154
Blake A. Gosnell and Dean D. Krahn

Individual Differences in Acute Effects of Drugs in Humans: Their Relevance to Risk for Abuse-------176
Harriet de Wit

Substance Abuse Vulnerability in Offspring of Alcohol and Drug Abusers-------188
Mary E. McCaul

Integrating Genetic and Behavioral Models in the Study of Substance Abuse Mechanisms-------209
Frank R. George

Disaggregating the Liability for Drug Abuse-------227
Ralph E. Tarter, Howard Moss, Timothy Blackson, Michael Vanyukov, Janet Brigham, and Rolf Loeber

Research Monograph Series Order Info-------244

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