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Subjective and hormonal effects of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) in humans
Correlations between cortisol and DHEA levels and some physiological and psychological effects are consistent with animal data suggesting that hormones modulate some responses to drugs of abuse.
Human Pharmacology of the methamphetamine stereoisomers
Cocaethylene formation following ethanol and cocaine administration by different routes.
The oral route was significantly greater than from the smoked route and showed a trend toward significance for greater formation of cocaethylene compared to the intravenous route, and the cocaine-ethanol combination produced greater increases in heart rate and rate-pressure product than cocaine alone.
Self-Reported Marijuana Effects and Characteristics of 100 San Francisco Medical Marijuana Club Members
Physician supervision of medical marijuana use would allow more effective monitoring of therapeutic and unwanted effects, some unrecognized by patients.
Stimulant psychosis: symptom profile and acute clinical course.
Patients seen at a psychiatric emergency service with amphetamine- or cocaine-induced psychotic disorder had a predominance of positive symptoms from the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale, but some subjects had substantial Negative Scale scores, mimicking a broad range of schizophrenic symptoms.
Pharmacokinetics and Subjective Effects of Sublingual Buprenorphine, Alone or in Combination with Naloxone
Less than dose-proportional increases in plasma buprenorphine concentrations may contribute to the observed plateau for most pharmacodynamic effects as the dose is increased, according to the evaluated pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of expected therapeutic doses.
Quantitative drug levels in stimulant psychosis: relationship to symptom severity, catecholamines and hyperkinesia.
  • S. Batki, D. Harris
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The American journal on addictions
  • 12 October 2004
Although many other factors such as sensitization may play a role, intensity of stimulant-induced psychotic symptoms and stereotypies appears to be at least in part dose-related.