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Anabolic Steroid Abuse

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 102 [Printed in 1990]

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Geraline C. Lin and Lynda Erinoff

Abuse Liability of Anabolic Steroids and Their Possible Role in the Abuse of Alcohol, Morphine, and Other Substances-----1
Theodore J. Cicero and Lynn H. O'Connor

History of Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids-----29
Charles D. Kochakian

Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids-----60
John A. Lombardo

Anabolic Steroids: An Ethnographic Approach-----74
Paul J. Goldstein

Incidence of the Nonmedical Use of Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids-----97
Charles E. Yesalis, William A. Anderson, William E. Buckley, and James E. Wright

Androgens: Endocrine Physiology and Pharmacology-----113
Stephen J. Winters

The Androgen-Induced Phenotype-----131
C. Wayne Bardin, James F. Catterall, and Olli A. JŠnne

Reappraisal of the Health Risks Associated With the Use of High Doses of Oral and Injectable Androgenic Steroids-----142
Karl E. Friedl

Androgen Interaction Through Multiple Steroid Receptors-----178
Olli A. Jänne

Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids Profoundly Affect Growth at Puberty in Boys-----187
Alan D. Rogol, Paul M. Martha, Jr., and Robert M. Blizzard

Indications of Psychological Dependence Among Anabolic-Androgenic Steroid Abusers-----196
C.E. Yesalis, J.R. Vicary, W.E. Buckley, A.L. Streit, D.L. Katz, and J.E. Wright

Anabolic-Androgenic Steroid-Induced Mental Status Changes-----215
David L. Katz and Harrison G. Pope, Jr.

Anabolic Steroids and Behavior: A Preclinical Research Prospectus-----224
Bruce B. Svare

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----242

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