Concurrent access to nicotine and sucrose in rats

@article{Panlilio2014ConcurrentAT,
  title={Concurrent access to nicotine and sucrose in rats},
  author={Leigh V. Panlilio and Lee Hogarth and Mohammed C. Shoaib},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2014},
  volume={232},
  pages={1451-1460}
}
BackgroundAnimal models that allow concurrent access to drug and nondrug reinforcers provide unique insight into the etiology, maintenance, and treatment of drug use.ObjectivesWe sought to develop and utilize a concurrent access procedure with nicotine and sucrose in rats.MethodsPressing one lever delivered intravenous nicotine, and pressing another lever delivered sucrose pellets, with both reinforcers freely available throughout daily sessions.ResultsRats that had been pretrained with… CONTINUE READING

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