Self-administration of phentermine by naive rats: effects of body weight and a food delivery schedule.

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Food deprivation has been shown to increase intravenous self-administration of amphetamine and cocaine. In the present experiment, the response rates of four groups of eight rats for intravenous infusions of phentermine under free-feeding (FF) and 80% free-feeding weight (FFW) conditions in the presence and absence of a fixed time 1 min (FT-1) food delivery… (More)

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@article{Papasava1985SelfadministrationOP, title={Self-administration of phentermine by naive rats: effects of body weight and a food delivery schedule.}, author={Micheal Papasava and G. Singer and Christine L. Papasava}, journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior}, year={1985}, volume={22 6}, pages={1071-3} }