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Residual Effects of Abused Drugs on Behavior

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 101 [Printed in 1990]

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Methodological Issues

Why Evaluate for Residual Drug Effects-----1
John Spencer

The Long-Term Neurobehavioral Consequences of Substance Abuse: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges for Future Research-----10
Robert Reed and Igor Grant

Use of Complex Behavioral Baselines to Monitor Residual Drug Effects in Animals-----57
Merle Paule

Clinical and Laboratory Investigations of Residual Drug Effects

Clinical-Behavioral Observations of the Long-Term Effects of Drug Abuse-----71
George E. Woody, A. Thomas McLellan, and Charles P. O'Brien

Adaptive Behavior in Recovering Female Phencyclidine/Polysubstance Abusers-----86
Judy Howard Leila Beckwith, and Carol Rodning

Long-Term Marijuana Use and Subsequent Effects on Learning and Cognitive Functions Related to School Achievement: Preliminary Study-----96
Robert I. Block, Sara Farnham, Kathleen Braverman, Russell Noyes, Jr., and M.M. Ghoneim

Residual Effects of Alcohol-----112
Peter E. Nathan

Hepatic, Nutritional, and Genetic Influences on Cognitive Process in Alcoholics-----124
Ralph E. Tarter, Howard Moss, Amelia Arria, and David Van Thiel

Learning and Memory Deficits in Detoxified Alcoholics-----136
Marlene Oscar-Berman

Persisting Neurotoxic Consequences of Solvent Abuse: A Developing Animal Model for Toluene-Induced Neurotoxicity-----156
Gordon Pryor

Cognitive Deficits in Abstaining Cocaine Abusers-----167
Ronald I. Herning, Barbara J. Glover, Bonnie Koeppl, William Weddington, and Jerome H. Jaffe

Abstinence Symptomatology and Neuropsychological Deficits in Chronic Cocaine Abusers-----179
Stephanie S. O'Malley and Frank H. Gawin

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----191

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