Sucrose intake predicts rate of acquisition of cocaine self-administration

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Rationale: A number of studies have indicated a relationship between the intake of palatable foods or fluids and drug self-administration. Objectives: Two experiments were conducted to determine whether the intake of sucrose or fat was related to subsequent cocaine self-administration. Methods: In separate groups of rats, sucrose or fat was presented for 60… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002130000375

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@article{Gosnell2000SucroseIP, title={Sucrose intake predicts rate of acquisition of cocaine self-administration}, author={Blake A. Gosnell}, journal={Psychopharmacology}, year={2000}, volume={149}, pages={286-292} }