2 edition of Effects of cue-reinstatement on short-term memory found in the catalog.
Effects of cue-reinstatement on short-term memory
Angela Marie Doze
Written in English
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The experiments in the present thesis was designed to allow changes in dopamine efflux to be monitored, using in vivo chronoamperometry with stearate-modified graphite paste electrodes, during various phases of the binge-abstinence-relapse cycle of damphetarnine use by rats.
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Systemic treatment with D-fenfluramine, but not sibutramine, blocks cue-induced reinstatement of food-seeking behavior in the rat.
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