Human Drug Discrimination: Elucidating the Neuropharmacology of Commonly Abused Illicit Drugs.

Abstract

Drug-discrimination procedures empirically evaluate the control that internal drug states have over behavior. They provide a highly selective method to investigate the neuropharmacological underpinnings of the interoceptive effects of drugs in vivo. As a result, drug discrimination has been one of the most widely used assays in the field of behavioral… (More)

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