The Affective Properties of Synthetic Cathinones: Role of Reward and Aversion in Their Abuse.

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The drug class known as synthetic cathinones has gained significant attention in the last few years as a result of increased use and abuse. These compounds have been shown to possess reinforcing efficacy in that they are abused in human populations and are self-administered in animal models. The present chapter outlines the affective properties of synthetic… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/7854_2016_32

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@article{King2017TheAP, title={The Affective Properties of Synthetic Cathinones: Role of Reward and Aversion in Their Abuse.}, author={Heather E. King and Anthony L. Riley}, journal={Current topics in behavioral neurosciences}, year={2017}, volume={32}, pages={165-181} }