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Drug Discrimination: Applications to Drug Abuse Research

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 116 [Printed in 1991]

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Richard A. Glennon

A Historical Perspective on Drug Discrimination-----5
Donald A. Overton

Discriminative Stimulus Properties of Hallucinogens and Related Designer Drugs-----25
Richard A. Glennon

Discriminative Stimulus Properties of Amphetamine, Cathinone, and Related Agents-----45
A.J. Goudie

Discriminative Stimulus Effects of Cocaine-----61
William L. Woolverton

Discriminative Stimulus Functions of Cannabinoids/Cannabimimetics-----75
Torbjörn U.C. Jrbe and Diane A. Mathis

Discriminative Stimulus Properties of Nicotine: Mechanisms of Transduction-----101
John A. Rosecrans and Heidi F. Villanueva

Discriminative Stimulus Properties of Benzodiazepines and Several New Anxiolytics-----117
Richard Young

Distinctive Discriminative Effects of Ethanol-----131
Herbert Barry III

Training Dose: Influences in Opioid Drug Discrimination-----145
Sandra D. Comer, Charles P. France, and James H. Woods

Discriminative Stimulus Properties of Phencyclidine and Other NMDA Antagonists-----163
Robert L. Balster

Discriminative Stimulus Effects of Psychomotor Stimulants and Benzodiazepines in Humans-----181
Chris-Ellyn Johanson

Tolerance to Drugs Acting as Discriminative Stimuli-----197
Alice M. Young

Tolerance: Role of Conditioning Processes-----213
Shepard Siegel

Responding to Drug-Related Stimuli in Humans as a Function of Drug-Use History-----231
Ronald N. Ehrman, Steven J. Robbins, Anna Rose Childress, A. Thomas McLellan. and Charles P. O'Brien

State Dependency as a Mechanism of Central Nervous System Drug Action-----245
Francis C. Colpaert

State-Dependent Learning With Social Drugs-----267
Geoff Lowe

Discriminative Stimulus Effects of Drug Mixtures in Rats-----277
I.P. Stolerman, E.A. Mariathasan, and H. S. Garcha

Application of Drug Discrimination With Drugs of Abuse To Develop New Therapeutic Agents-----307
Theo Frans Meert

Intracranial Stimulation as Reinforcer for Neuropeptide Discrimination-----325
Muriel Gewiss, Christian Heidbreder, and Philippe De Witte

Drug Discrimination Used To Study Drug Withdrawal-----337
M. W. Emmett-Oglesby and G.A. Rowan

Schedule-Induced Self-Injection of Drugs-----359
George Singer

Use of Drug Discrimination in Drug Abuse Research-----369
James B. Appel, Lisa E. Baker, Rita L. Barrett, Julie Broadbent, Elizabeth M. Michael, Elizabeth E. Riddle, and Bette J. Van Groll

Symposium Critique-----399
L.S. Harris

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