Modulation of corticosterone does not affect the acquisition or expression of ethanol-induced conditioned place preference in DBA/2J mice.


Several recent studies have implicated the stress hormone corticosterone in modulating the rewarding properties of abused drugs, including amphetamine and ethanol. The present experiments examined a role for corticosterone in modulating the rewarding effects of ethanol in the place conditioning paradigm. Male DBA/2J mice were subjected to a Pavlovian… (More)


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