Reversal-Specific Learning Impairments After a Binge Regimen of Methamphetamine in Rats: Possible Involvement of Striatal Dopamine

A growing body of evidence indicates that protracted use of methamphetamine (mAMPH) causes long-term impairments in cognitive function in humans. Aside from the widely reported problems with attention, mAMPH users exhibit learning and memory deficits, particularly on tasks requiring response control. Although binge mAMPH administration to animals results in… CONTINUE READING