Amphetamine-induced enhancement of ethanol consumption: Role of central catecholamines


Rats administered continuous low levels of amphetamine increase their free choice consumption of a 10% ethanol solution. The present experiment sought to determine the roles of central catecholamines in producing this effect by comparing the changes of ethanol consumption in rats implanted with control pellets or amphetamine pellets following intracerebral… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00431716


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