Effects of cocaine and related drugs in nonhuman primates. II. Stimulant effects on schedule-controlled behavior.

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The behavioral effects of cocaine were compared with those of several cocaine derivatives and structurally distinct drugs that inhibit monoamine uptake. Squirrel monkeys were trained to respond under a fixed-interval schedule of stimulus-shock termination, and dose-effect curves were determined by administering cumulative doses i.v. Among the cocaine… (More)

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@article{Spealman1989EffectsOC, title={Effects of cocaine and related drugs in nonhuman primates. II. Stimulant effects on schedule-controlled behavior.}, author={R. D. Spealman and Beata Madras and Jes{\'u}s L{\'o}pez Bergman}, journal={The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics}, year={1989}, volume={251 1}, pages={142-9} }