Nina Dipietro

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Drugs of abuse comprise several pharmacological classes, including psychomotor stimulants, such as amphetamine and cocaine, and CNS depressants, such as morphine and alcohol. Few studies have examined the effects of those drugs systematically on human sexual behavior, although substantial clinical and epidemiological literatures suggest that drugs in both(More)
The influence of persistent cocaine self-administration on learning and memory has never been evaluated. Our objective was to isolate the effects of contingently administered cocaine from those of its general pharmacological or non-contingent actions on multiple memory system functioning. A triad design was used to yoke passive cocaine and saline(More)
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