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Benzodiazepines: A Review of Research Results, 1980

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 33 [Printed in 1981]

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Jacqueline P. Ludford

Stephen I. Szara

Benzodiazepines: Biochemistry to Function-----4
John F. Tallman

The Benzodiazepine Receptor: Anatomical Aspects-----12
Michael J. Kuhar

Benzodiazepine Self-Administration in Animals and Humans: A Comprehensive Literature Review-----22
Roland R. Griffiths and Nancy A. Ator

Benzodiazepine Dependence Studies in Rodents-----37
William R. Martin and L. F. McNicholas

Benzodiazepines: Clinical Use Patterns-----43
Karl Rickels

Benzodiazepine Hypnotics: Carryover Effectiveness, Rebound Insomnia, and Performance Effects-----67
Anthony Kales

Dependence on Benzodiazepines-----70
Leo E. Hollister

Benzodiazepines: Executive Summary and Discussion-----83
Edward B. Truitt, Jr.

RAUS Summary of New Directions for Research-----93
Jacqueline P. Ludford and Stephen I. Szara

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----97

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