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Neurobiological Approaches to Brain-Behavior Interaction

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 124 [Printed in 1992]

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Microdialysis in the Study of Psychostimulants and the Neural Substrate for Reinforcement: Focus on Dopamine and Serotonin-----1
Bartley G. Hoebel, Luis Hernandez, Gregory P. Mark, and Emmanuel Pothos

Neurophysiological Approaches to Receptor Pharmacodynamics-----35
Francis J. White

Psychomotor Stimulant Effects on Single Neurons in Awake, Behaving Rats-----57
Mark O. West, Laura L. Peoples, Martin Wolske, and Sfeven I. Dworkin

Brain-Stimulation Reward: A Model for the Study of the Rewarding Effects of Abused Drugs-----73
Conan Kornefsky and George Bain

New Neuroimaging Techniques for Investigating Brain-Behavior Relationships-----95
William J. Jagusf and Thomas F. Budinger

Studying Psychoactive Drugs With Positron Emission Tomography: Relationships Between Mood and Metabolic Rate-----117
Harriet de Wit, John Metz, and Malcolm Cooper

Metabolic Mapping Methods for Identifying the Neural Substrates of the Effects of Abused Substances-----135
Linda J. Porrino

Interactions of Neurotransmitters With Drugs and Behavior-----153
Lewis S. Seiden

Historical Influences Affecting the Behavioral Actions of Abused Drugs-----161
James E. Barrett

Importance of Behavioral Controls in the Analysis of Ongoing Events-----173
Steven I. Dworkin, Linda J. Porrino, and James E. Smith

Cocaine Self-Administration: Pharmacology and Behavior-----189
William L. Woolvelton

Multivariate and Nonlinear Approaches to Characterizing Drug Effects on the Locomotor and Investigatory Behavior of Rats-----203
Mark A. Geyer and Martin P. Paulus

Neurobiological Approaches to Brain-Behavior Interaction: Summary and Overview-----237
George F. Koob

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