Factors regulating oral consumption of an opioid (etonitazene) by morphine-addicted rats

@article{Wikler2004FactorsRO,
  title={Factors regulating oral consumption of an opioid (etonitazene) by morphine-addicted rats},
  author={A. Wikler and W. Martin and F. T. Pescor and C. G. Eades},
  journal={Psychopharmacologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={5},
  pages={55-76}
}
  • A. Wikler, W. Martin, +1 author C. G. Eades
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychopharmacologia
  • The experiments described in this report constitute par t of a longterm research program on the possible roles of conditioning factors in the genesis of relapse to opioid ~ drug use following apparent recovery from the withdrawal phenomena produced by the addicting (physicaldependence-producing) agent. The general theoretical orientation of this program has been described elsewhere (WIKLE~ 1961) and the results obtained in the conditioning studies will be described in a subsequent report (WIxLE… CONTINUE READING
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