Ethanol self-administration in males with and without an alcoholic first-degree relative.

@article{Wit1990EthanolSI,
  title={Ethanol self-administration in males with and without an alcoholic first-degree relative.},
  author={Harriet de Wit and Stanley G. McCracken},
  journal={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research},
  year={1990},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={63-70}
}
The reinforcing and subjective effects of a low dose of ethanol (ETH; 0.5 g/kg) were investigated in normal males with or without an alcoholic first-degree relative. Reinforcing effects were measured using a double-blind preference procedure comparing ETH to placebo (PLC), and subjective effects were assessed using standardized self-report questionnaires. Subjects with a positive family history of alcoholism (FHP) did not differ from subjects without alcoholic relatives (FHN) either in… CONTINUE READING

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