Some determinants of the motivational properties of ethanol in the rat: Concurrent administration of food or social stimuli

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The hypothesis was examined that the interaction of ethanol with the conditions under which it is administered may determine whether either preference or aversion for the drug develops. In Experiment 1, eight groups of food-deprived rats received injections of ethanol (175–1,400 mg/kg) in one environment and were later offered a choice between that… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00431776

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@article{Stewart1985SomeDO, title={Some determinants of the motivational properties of ethanol in the rat: Concurrent administration of food or social stimuli}, author={Robert B. Stewart and Larry A. Grupp}, journal={Psychopharmacology}, year={1985}, volume={87}, pages={43-50} }