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Ontogenesis of behavioral sensitization and conditioned place preference induced by psychostimulants in laboratory rodents
The role of acetaldehyde in the neurobehavioral effects of ethanol: A comprehensive review of animal studies
Selective effects of nicotine on attentional processes
- G. Mancuso, D. Warburton, Marc Mélen, N. Sherwood, E. Tirelli
- 12 February 1999
This study has approached the hypothesis that nicotine mainly improves the intensity feature of attention, rather than the selectivity feature, by using the nicotine patch chronically, and results are consistent with the hypothesis.
Influence of the dose and the number of drug-context pairings on the magnitude and the long-lasting retention of cocaine-induced conditioned place preference in C57BL/6J mice
The number of cocaine-pairing sessions, but not cocaine dose, affected the magnitude of cocaine place preference in mice when tested 1 day after the last conditioning session, demonstrating that cocaine-induced place preference is a long lasting phenomenon that is strongly affected by the number of drug- pairing trials.
Behavioral characterization of acetaldehyde in C57BL/6J mice: locomotor, hypnotic, anxiolytic and amnesic effects
- E. Quertemont, Sophie Tambour, P. Bernaerts, S. Zimatkin, E. Tirelli
- Psychology, MedicinePsychopharmacology
- 25 May 2004
The present results show that acetaldehyde induces sedative, hypnotic and amnesic effects, whereas it is devoid of stimulant and anxiolytic-like properties in C57BL/6J mice, although the behavioral effects of acetaldehyde after intraperitoneal administration were apparent at very high brain concentrations.
Histamine H3 antagonist thioperamide dose-dependently enhances memory consolidation and reverses amnesia induced by dizocilpine or scopolamine in a one-trial inhibitory avoidance task in mice
Effects of nicotine administered via a transdermal delivery system on vigilance: a repeated measure study
This study confirms and extends the increasing effects of nicotine on vigilance previously found with orally and transdermally given nicotine and suggests that a relatively low dose of nicotine suffices to activate vigilance processing.
Facilitatory effect of the dopamine D4 receptor agonist PD168,077 on memory consolidation of an inhibitory avoidance learned response in C57BL/6J mice
Evidence that the relations between novelty-induced activity, locomotor stimulation and place preference induced by cocaine qualitatively depend upon the dose: a multiple regression analysis in…
Effects of the H3 receptor inverse agonist thioperamide on cocaine-induced locomotion in mice: role of the histaminergic system and potential pharmacokinetic interactions
The present results indicate that histamine released by thioperamide through the blockade of H3 autoreceptors is not involved in the ability of this compound to potentiate cocaine induced-hyperactivity.