Animal Models for Examining Social Influences on Drug Addiction, Vol 140. International Review of Neurobiology

  • ID: 4483013
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 322 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Animal Models for Examining Social Influences on Drug Addiction, Volume 140 in the International Review of Neurobiology series, provides insights on social factors that mediate drug addiction. This book discusses current research and projects, with specific chapters focusing on Social Influences on Nicotine-related Behaviors in Rodents, Models of Alcohol Intake in Social Contexts, Social Factors in Ethanol Sensitization, Social Modulation of Heroin Intake, Amphetamines and Social Aspects of Addiction, Amphetamines and Social Aspects of Addiction, Social Models of Cannabis Use, Oxytocin and Rodent Models of Addiction, Social Place Preference and Reward, Social Defeat Stress, and more.

  • Covers the often neglected topic of social factors that mediate drug addiction and its consequences
  • Presents research studies using animal models of addiction that are often ignored
  • Aims to highlight the importance of using paradigms that incorporate social aspects into preclinical addiction studies
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1. Social Influences on Nicotine-related Behaviors in Rodents 2. Models of Alcohol Intake in Social Contexts 3. Social Factors in Ethanol Sensitization 4. Social Modulation of Heroin Intake 5. Social modification of amphetamine reinforcement 6. Amphetamines and Social Aspects of Addicition 7. Social Models of Cannabis Use 8. Oxytocin and Rodent Models of Addiction 9. Social Place Preference and Reward 10. Social Defeat Stress 11. Sex differences in chronic social defeat stress and drug abuse

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