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The pharmacology of cocaine related to its abuse.
Thermoregulatory effects of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) in humans
Unlike findings in rats, MDMA increased core body temperature regardless of ambient temperature in humans, and these increases appeared related to increases in metabolic rate, which were substantial.
Double-blind placebo-controlled trial of methylphenidate in the treatment of adult ADHD patients with comorbid cocaine dependence.
- H. Schubiner, K. Saules, Eric M. Pihlgren
- Psychology, MedicineExperimental and clinical psychopharmacology
- 1 August 2002
It was found that MTP improved subjective reports of ADHD symptoms and did not worsen cocaine use while participants were in treatment, and effectiveness indexes revealed significantly greater ADHD symptom relief in the MTP group.
Reinforcing, subjective, and physiological effects of MDMA in humans: a comparison with d-amphetamine and mCPP.
The subjective effects of MDMA and mCPP in moderate MDMA users.
The effects of fluoxetine on the subjective and physiological effects of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) in humans
These results suggest that blockade of 5-HT reuptake by fluoxetine can dampen the effects of MDMA and further supports the role of5-HT in its behavioral effects in humans.
Cognitive function and nigrostriatal markers in abstinent methamphetamine abusers
Drug preference and mood in humans: d-amphetamine
Mood changes produced by d-amphetamine were comparable in all subjects regardless of the actual number of times each chose the drug, suggesting that that subjective effects do not predict drug choice.
Discriminative stimulus effects of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) in humans trained to discriminate among d-amphetamine, meta-chlorophenylpiperazine and placebo.
Drug preference and mood in humans: Diazepam
A group of ten normal human volunteers participated in choice experiments comparing d-amphetamine or diazepam with placebo and with each other. Although amphetamine was preferred to placebo by most…