Discriminative stimulus effects of caffeine and benzphetamine in amphetamine-trained volunteers

@article{Chait1988DiscriminativeSE,
  title={Discriminative stimulus effects of caffeine and benzphetamine in amphetamine-trained volunteers},
  author={Larry D. Chait and Chris Ellyn Johanson},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={1988},
  volume={96},
  pages={302-308}
}
The discriminative stimulus (DS) and subjective effects of caffeine (100 and 300 mg, PO) and benzphetamine (12.5 and 50 mg, PO) were studied in 18 normal human volunteers trained to discriminate between d-amphetamine (10 mg) and placebo. d-Amphetamine increased ratings of drug liking and activity level and produced a profile of subjective effects characteristic of amphetamine and related psychomotor stimulants. The DS effects of d-amphetamine generalized only partially to caffeine and… CONTINUE READING

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