Reinforcing and subjective effects of methylphenidate in humans.

  title={Reinforcing and subjective effects of methylphenidate in humans.},
  author={L D Chait},
  journal={Behavioural pharmacology},
  volume={5 3},
  • L D Chait
  • Published 1994 in Behavioural pharmacology
This study assessed the reinforcing and subjective effects of methylphenidate in a group of 35 adults (15 females and 20 males) with no history of drug dependence. A discrete-trial choice procedure was used to assess the reinforcing effects of a single oral dose of methylphenidate selected to produce a moderate subjective response in each subject (range 20-40mg). A number of variables (gender, current and past drug use, personality, and baseline mood and arousal) were examined in an attempt to… CONTINUE READING

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