Physiological and subjective effects of acute intranasal methamphetamine during atomoxetine maintenance

@article{Rush2011PhysiologicalAS,
  title={Physiological and subjective effects of acute intranasal methamphetamine during atomoxetine maintenance},
  author={Craig R Rush and William W Stoops and Joshua A. Lile and Paul E. A. Glaser and Lon R. Hays},
  journal={Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior},
  year={2011},
  volume={100},
  pages={40-47}
}
  • Craig R Rush, William W Stoops, +2 authors Lon R. Hays
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    Pharmacology Biochemistry and…
    2011
  • Medicine
  • RATIONALE Methamphetamine abuse and dependence are significant public-health concerns. Behavioral therapies are effective for reducing methamphetamine use. However, many patients enrolled in behavioral therapies are unable to achieve significant periods of abstinence suggesting other strategies like pharmacotherapy are needed. OBJECTIVES This experiment determined the physiological and subjective effects of acutely administered intranasal methamphetamine during atomoxetine maintenance in… CONTINUE READING

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