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Exogenous Progesterone Attenuates the Subjective Effects of Smoked Cocaine in Women, but not in Men
It is indicated that progesterone modulates the response to cocaine in women and suggests that fluctuations in endogenous progester one levels account for some of the sex differences observed in humans.
Alcohol Dependence Is Associated with Blunted Dopamine Transmission in the Ventral Striatum
The effects of smoked cocaine during the follicular and luteal phases of the menstrual cycle in women
The results indicate that the cardiovascular and subjective effects of repeated doses of smoked cocaine are complex and vary as a function of menstrual cycle phase and cocaine dose.
Treatment of cocaine dependent treatment seekers with adult ADHD: double-blind comparison of methylphenidate and placebo.
Arterial and venous cocaine plasma concentrations in humans: relationship to route of administration, cardiovascular effects and subjective effects.
- S. Evans, E. Cone, J. Henningfield
- Biology, MedicineThe Journal of pharmacology and experimental…
- 1 December 1996
Even though arterial and venous cocaine concentrations were lower after smoked cocaine, compared with i.v. cocaine, the magnitudes of cardiovascular and subjective effects were similar, suggesting that smoked cocaine may produce a greater effect at similar concentrations.
Treatment of methadone-maintained patients with adult ADHD: double-blind comparison of methylphenidate, bupropion and placebo.
Changes in mood, cognitive performance and appetite in the late luteal and follicular phases of the menstrual cycle in women with and without PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder)
Discriminative stimulus and subjective effects of theobromine and caffeine in humans
It is suggested that commonly consumed cocoa products contain behaviorally active doses of caffeine and possibly theobromine, as well as other drugs, which are known to produce discriminative effects in humans.
Acute interaction of baclofen in combination with alcohol in heavy social drinkers.
Baclofen alone has minimal abuse liability in heavy social drinkers, and bacl ofen is relatively well tolerated and safe when given in combination with intoxicating doses of alcohol.
Zolpidem and triazolam in humans: behavioral and subjective effects and abuse liability.
- S. Evans, F. Funderburk, R. Griffiths
- Psychology, MedicineThe Journal of pharmacology and experimental…
- 1 December 1990
Overall, this study shows that although zolpidem produces many effects in common with triazolam, it also has a unique profile of effects distinguishable from classic benzodiazepine agonists.