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1. Individual variation in the ability of reward cues to instigate desire (and consumption). symposium on, “The Interdisciplinary Science of Consumption: Mechanisms of Allocating Resources Across Disciplines”, University of Michigan May, 2010
2. Early life social isolation increases incentive salience of reward-related cues. Canadian Association for Neuroscience Annual Meeting May, 2010
3. Master Class on Addiction IVO, The Hague, The Netherlands April, 2010
4. Dopamine and desire: dopamine codes for the “attractiveness” of reward-associated cues Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology December, 2009
5. Individual differences in conditioned responses to appetitive cues predict the magnitude of conditioned responses to aversive cues Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology December, 2009
6. Individual differences in the ability of amphetamine to potentiate the conditioned reinforcing properties of a food-associated cue Gordon Research Conference on Catecholamines August, 2009
7. Individual differences in responsivity to a cocaine-associated cue: implications for vulnerability to addiction Individual differences in responsivity to a cocaine-associated cue: implications for vulnerability to addiction August, 2009
8. Dissociating the predictive vs. incentive motivational properties of reward-related cues. symposium on, “Learning, Reward-Seeking & Behavior”, Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University June, 2009
9. Individual differences in the attribution of incentive salience to reward-related cues PENS/Blackwell Summer School on, “Stress, Drug Addiction & Eating Disorders”, Dubrovnik June, 2009
10. Dopamine-encoded prediction errors under different reinforcement learning strategies. Multidisciplinary Symposium on Reinforcement Learning June, 2009
11. Factors affecting the development and expression of sensitization in animals and humans: relevance for addiction American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) December, 2008
12. Transfer of dopamine-encoded “prediction errors” from unconditioned to conditioned stimuli requires an attribution of incentive salience International Conference on In Vivo Methods August, 2008
13. The incentive-sensitization theory of addiction: some current issues Neurobiology of Addiction: New Vistas” at The Royal Society, London, England February, 2008
14. Plasticity underlying brain reward systems American Society of Addiction Medicine State of the Art Course October, 2007
15. Structural plasticity associated with exposure to drugs of abuse Gordon Research Conference: Dendrites: Molecules, Structure and Function March, 2007
16. Drugs, neuroplasticity and addiction Keystone Symposium on, “Neurobiology of Addiction”, organized by S.F. Heinemann & E.J. Nestler February, 2007
17. Drug-induced structural plasticity Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology November, 2006
18. An animal model of individual differences in “conditionability”: relevance to psychopathology. Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology November, 2006
19. Methamphetamine-induced structural plasticity in the dorsal striatum EMBO Lecture Course on “Molecular and Cellular Cognition” July, 2006
20. Why are drugs that enter the brain rapidly potentially the most addictive? Workshop organized by the UM Substance Abuse Research Center on “Prescription Psychostimulants: Misuse and Abuse” February, 2006
21. Mechanisms of structural plasticity of dendritic spines Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 2006
22. Time dependent changes in drug-seeking after withdrawal: cellular, molecular, systems and behavioral aspects Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 2006
23. Why are drugs that enter the brain rapidly potentially the most addictive? Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology December, 2005
24. Individual differences in the propensity to approach signals vs. goals promote different adaptations in the dopamine system Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology December, 2005
25. Individual differences in the propensity to approach signals vs. goals promote different adaptations in the dopamine system 11th Biennial European Behavioural Pharmacology Society Meeting September, 2005
26. Persistent effects of psychostimulant drugs on brain and behavior NIEHS/NIDA Conference on Chemical Intolerance and Addiction September, 2005
27. Theories of drug craving 11th Biennial European Behavioural Pharmacology Society Meeting September, 2005
28. Long-lasting behavioral and neurobiological consequences of exposure to drugs of abuse: implications for addiction Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association Annual Conference August, 2005
29. Behavioral and neurobiological consequences of escalating cocaine use Gordon Research Conference on Catecholamines, Proctor Academy July, 2005
30. Drugs, neuroplasticity and addiction on, “Adiccion a las Drogas: Adaptation o Toxicidad Neuronal”, Cordoba, Spain March, 2005
31. Mesolimbic Plasticity and Behavioral Sensitization to Psychostimulants Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 2005
32. Your Cortex on Drugs: Plasticities Beyond the Nucleus Accumbens Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 2005
33. Drugs, neuroplasticity and addiction European Behavioural Pharmacology Society Workshop on Neurobehavioural Plasticity September, 2004
34. Individual differences in Pavlovian conditioned approach behavior. European Behavioural Pharmacology Society Workshop on Neurobehavioural Plasticity September, 2004
35. Monitoring amine neurotransmitters in awake rats using microdialysis with on-line capillary electrophoresis detection 36th Central Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society June, 2004
36. Drugs, neuroplasticity and the transition to addiction Society of Experimental and Clinical Neuroscience (EKN), at the Dutch Endo-Neuro-Psycho (ENP) Annual Meeting June, 2004
37. Drugs, neuroplasticity and addiction American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting May, 2004
38. Drugs, neuroplasticity and the transition to addiction 16th Canadian Meeting on Behaviour and Brain, Fernie February, 2004
39. Monitoring fast changes in amine neurotransmitters using microdialysis with on-line capillary electrophoresis detection Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society January, 2004
40. Drugs, neuroplasticity and the transition to addiction Presidential Special Lecture at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting November, 2003
41. The rewarding effects of amphetamine and cocaine do not vary with rate of intravenous drug infusion European Behavioural Pharmacology Society Annual Meeting September, 2003
42. Environmental context and drug history modulate morphine-evoked psychomotor activation and gene expression in the neocortex and striatal cell populations Gordon Research Conference on Catecholamines, Queen’s College August, 2003
43. Rapid intravenous administration potentiates the ability of cocaine to induce psychomotor sensitization and engage the mesocorticolimbic system Gordon Research Conference on Catecholamines, Queen’s College August, 2003
44. Drugs, neuroplasticity and addiction Riken Brain Sciences Institute Summer Program August, 2003
45. role of drug-environment interactions in psychostimulant drug-induced sensitization 34th International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC) Annual Meeting July, 2003
46. Drugs, Neuroplasticity and Addictio NIDA Tutorials Workshop at CPDD June, 2003
47. Changing Proteins, Changing Brains 65th Annual Meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) June, 2003
48. Application of CE-LIF to in vivo monitoring of neurotransmitters: effects of rapid cocaine infusion. 26th International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography and Electrophoresis May, 2003
49. The psychology and neurobiology of addiction 15th American Psychological Society Annual Meeting May, 2003
50. Drugs, neuroplasticity and addiction Michigan Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting May, 2003
51. Sensitization and addiction 4th European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) Workshop on the Neuropsychopharmacology of Addiction March, 2003
52. Environmental context, psychostimulant drugs and the development of perseverative behavioral disorders 41st Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology December, 2002
53. Dendrites: sites of drug-induced synaptic plasticity 41st Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology December, 2002
54. Drugs n’ dendrites NIDA sponsored Society for Neuroscience Satellite Symposium on “Synaptic Change and Addiction” November, 2002
55. Morphological changes in medium spiny neurons of the nucleus accumbens as a function of cumulative exposure to amphetamine NIDA sponsored Society for Neuroscience Satellite Symposium on “Neurobiology of Drug Abuse: Cellular Mechanisms” November, 2002
56. Drugs, neuroplasticity and addiction 2nd Congreso Nacional de Psicobiologia September, 2002
57. Drug-induced neurobehavioral plasticity Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Course on, “Mouse Behavioral Analysis” July, 2002
58. Amphetamine-induced c-fos mRNA expression in two striatal cell populations: role of DA and NMDA receptors Dopamine 2002, Portland, OR, June 2002 June, 2002
59. Postnatal chronic stress: vulnerability to drug abuse Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2002 January, 2002
60. Repeated amphetamine administration increases the density of dendritic spines on medium spiny neurons in the dorsal caudate nucleus Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2002 January, 2002
61. Acute estrogen enhances acquisition of cocaine self-administration. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2002 January, 2002
62. Role of DA and NMDA receptors in amphetamine-evoked c-fos mRNA expression in two distinct striatal cell populations Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2002 January, 2002
63. The ability of amphetamine and cocaine to engage the subthalamic nucleus is modulated by prior drug experience and environmental novelty. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2002 January, 2002
64. Regionally-specific effects of self- and experimenter-administered morphine on dendritic spines. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2002 January, 2002
65. Reconsolidation of amphetamine-conditioned locomotion but not psychomotor sensitization Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2002 January, 2002
66. Drug-induced neuroplasticity: implications for addiction symposium on “Latest Advances in the Neurobiology of Addiction”, California Society of Addiction Medicine October, 2001
67. The incentive-sensitization theory of addiction oint Meeting of the European Behavioral Pharmacology Society and the European Brain and Behavior Society September, 2001
68. Drug-induced neuroplasticity: implications for addiction Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Course on, “The Cell Biology of Addiction”, August, 2001
69. Drug-environment interactions determine patterns of psychostimulant-induced immediate early gene expression in the striatum Gordon Conference on Catecholamines July, 2001
70. Environmental modulation of amphetamine-induced arc mRNA expression in the prefrontal cortex and nucleus accumbens College on Problems of Drug Dependence Annual Meeting June, 2001
71. Drug-induced neuroplasticity – implications for motivational and emotional processes in addiction. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Meeting on Learning and Memory April, 2001
72. Psychostimulant drug-induced sensitization: the role of drug-environment interactions 9th International Catecholamine Symposium April, 2001
73. Long-tern behavioral and neurobiological effects of psychomotor stimulant drugs International Conference on Stimulant Psychosis March, 2001
74. Amphetamine and cocaine-induced striatal c-fos expression: effect of environmental novelty. International Basal Ganglia Society Triennial Meeting, Waitangi February, 2001
75. Amphetamine-evoked c-fos mRNA expression in different environments: role of NMDA receptors Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2001, #977.19. January, 2001
76. The ability of amphetamine to evoke arc mRNA expression in the striatum and neocortex is modulated by environmental novelty Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2001, #977.18. January, 2001
77. Social defeat alters cocaine self-administration in high and low responder rats. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2001, #442.19 January, 2001
78. Rapid and slow, but not intermediate rates of i.v. cocaine infusion induce behavioural sensitization. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2001, #442.10 January, 2001
79. Prior exposure to amphetamine blocks the effects of complex housing on dendritic morphology in the cortex and nucleus accumbens ociety for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2001, #337.6. January, 2001
80. Effects of maternal separation on behavioural sensitization to cocaine. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2001, #977.20 January, 2001
81. Is enhanced dopaminergic neurotransmission the primary mediator of hedonic reward? A comparison of human and animal laboratory studies Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 2001
82. Electrophysiology of incentive motivation: can we ‘measure’ the affective states of goal-directed behavior? Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 2001
83. Environmental novelty alters the ability of amphetamine and cocaine to induce c-fos in the subthalamic nucleus and in distinct cell populations within the dorsal striatum Environmental novelty alters the ability of amphetamine and cocaine to induce c-fos in the subthalamic nucleus and in distinct cell populations within the dorsal striatum December, 2000
84. Drugs, neuroplasticity and addiction Psychopharmacology Update: From Bench to Bedside in Psychiatric Practice, CME Course, Grand Traverse July, 2000
85. . Drugs of abuse change the brain: relevance to transitions in addiction NIDA Symposium on, “Transitions in Addiction: What We Know and What We Need to Know” April, 2000
86. Drugs, neuroplasticity and addiction Texas Conference on the Neurobiology of Addiction 2000 March, 2000
87. Expression of CRH and neurotensin mRNA in the amygdala and BST is decreased by a 6-hydroxydopamine lesion of the mesostriatal dopamine system Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2000, 26 January, 2000
88. Environmental novelty and past drug history interact to modulate amphetamine-induced c-fos mRNA expression Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2000, 26 January, 2000
89. Effect of rate of intravenous cocaine infusion on the development of behavioral sensitization. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2000, 26 January, 2000
90. Brief exposure to a novel environment prior to amphetamine administration at home promotes psychomotor sensitization Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2000, 26 January, 2000
91. Extended amygdala, incentive motivation and relapse to drug-taking Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 2000
92. The influence of non-pharmacological factors on drug-induced neurobehavioral plasticity Workshop on “The Neural Mechanisms of Addiction”, Instituto Juan March de Estudios e Investigaciones December, 1999
93. Environmental modulation of the induction and expression of psychomotor sensitization. NIMH Research Workshop on “Long-Term Effects of Stimulant Medications on the Brain: Possible Relevance to the Treatment of ADHD December, 1999
94. Neurobiology of craving and relapse Symposium and Workshop on Drug Abuse and Addiction Research and Innovation, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences October, 1999
95. The influence of non-pharmacological factors on drug-induced neurobehavioral plasticity FASEB Summer Conference on “Biological Vulnerability to Alcoholism and Drug Addiction” August, 1999
96. On the inevitability of sensitization following exposure to psychomotor stimulant drugs Gordon Conference on Catecholamines July, 1999
97. The neurobiology and psychology of addiction: an incentive-sensitization view American Psychological Society 11th Annual Meeting June, 1999
98. Drug-induced neuroplasticity: implications for motivational and emotional processes in addiction 5th Annual Wisconsin Symposium on Emotion April, 1999
99. Environmental modulation of amphetamine-induced c-fos mRNA expression ciety for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1999, 25, 309. January, 1999
100. Self-administration of cocaine modifies neuronal morphology in nucleus accumbens and prefrontal cortex Society for Neuroscience Absts., 1999, 25, 309 January, 1999
101. Novelty induced enhancement of the acute psychomotor effects of amphetamine and sensitization: role of habituation Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1999, 25, 309 January, 1999
102. c-fos mRNA expression after acute amphetamine or cocaine: the influence of environmental novelty. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1999, 25, 310 January, 1999
103. Environmental novelty differentially affects amphetamine-induced c-fos mRNA in the amygdala and bed nucleus of the stria terminalis Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1999, 25, 310. January, 1999
104. Why are addicts motivated to take drugs: sensitization of “wanting” and not “liking” Fifth International Meeting on Drug Discrimination, “Drug Discrimination in Behavioral Neuroscience”, August, 1998
105. The neurobiology and psychology of addiction: the role of incentive-sensitization 41st Annual Institute of Alcohol and Drug Studies, Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse July, 1998
106. The long-term neurobiological consequences of treatment with psychomotor stimulant drugs: implications for psychopathology symposium on “Contempory Issues in Modeling Psychopathology”, Tel-Aviv June, 1998
107. Drug sensitization and neuronal change. Theoretical and Experimental Neuropsychology Annual Meeting June, 1998
108. The neurobiology and psychology of addiction: an incentive-sensitization view American Society of Addiction Medicine Annual Meeting April, 1998
109. Drug-Induced Sensitization: A Model for Studying Experience-Dependent Neuroplasticity Winter Conference on the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory January, 1998
110. Effect of environmental novelty on amphetamine-induced c-fos expression in D1 and D2 striatal neurons Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 1998, 24, 954 January, 1998
111. Immediate early genes, neuronal structure and psychostimulant drugs. 37th Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology January, 1998
112. Structural modifications in nucleus accumbens and prefrontal cortex neurons produced by prior experience with amphetamine 36th Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology December, 1997
113. The neurobiology and psychology of drug craving: an incentive-sensitization view National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Workshop on “Treatment and Alcohol Craving”, October, 1997
114. To what extent is sensitization to psychostimulants inevitable: modulation of induction and expression by the drug environment FASEB Summer Conference on “The Role of Neural and Behavioral Plasticity in Chronic Drug Abuse August, 1997
115. The neurobiology of addiction: an incentive-sensitization view Annual Meeting of the Southern Ontario Neuroscience Association June, 1997
116. Addiction as neuroadaptation: the role of drug-induced sensitization 6th Congress of the European Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism June, 1997
117. Sensitization to the behavioral effects of cocaine: the role of environmental factors. 18th Meeting of the Italian Society of Pharmacology April, 1997
118. Cocaine-induced lethality is reduced in the presence of cues predictive of drug administration. 18th Meeting of the Italian Society of Pharmacology April, 1997
119. Dose-dependent environmental influences on the induction of psychomotor sensitization following i.v. amphetamine Society for Neuroscience Abstracts January, 1997
120. The effect of environment on the psychomotor response to amphetamine is not mediated by dopamine overflow in the shell of the nucleus accumbens. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts January, 1997
121. Effects of environment on sensitization to the locomotor activating effects of intravenous amphetamine. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts January, 1997
122. The effects of drug-predictive cues on sensitization to the psychomotor stimulant effects of amphetamine. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts January, 1997
123. Sensitization-related adaptations in monoamine systems: relevance to addiction 8th International Catecholamine Symposium October, 1996
124. The neurobiology of addiction: an incentive-sensitization view American Psychological Association Annual Meeting August, 1996
125. Normal hedonic taste reactivity patterns and aversion learning after +95% depletion of accumbens/striatal dopamine Benjamin Franklin/Lafayette Seminar on Ingestive Behavior June, 1996
126. Circadian changes in striatal dopamine and motor behavior in normal rats and during amphetamine withdrawal. European Behavioral Pharmacology Society Meeting May, 1996
127. An incentive-sensitization theory of addiction Symposium on “Craving: A Theoretical Concept or Clinical Reality”, at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting May, 1996
128. Limits of repeated microdialysis sampling First International Meeting on Clinical Aspects of Microdialysis March, 1996
129. Environmental influences on the psychomotor response to intravenous cocaine: a dose-effect investigation Society for Neuroscience January, 1996
130. A dose-effect comparison of two measures of psychomotor activation produced by intravenous amphetamine or cocaine Society for Neuroscience January, 1996
131. An incentive-sensitization view of addiction FASEB Summer Conference on Drug Abuse - “Psychostimulants: Issues Related to Craving, Dependence and Treatment” July, 1995
132. An incentive-sensitization theory of addiction European Behavioral Pharmacology Society Meeting September, 1994
133. Effects of adrenalectomy on the acute psychomotor activating effects of amphetamine and on the development of sensitization European Behavioral Pharmacology Society Meeting September, 1994
134. Wellcome Frontiers Meeting on the Biological, Social and Clinical Bases of Drug Addiction September, 1994
135. Incentive-sensitization and drug-seeking behavior: influence of sex, stress and adrenal hormones symposium on “Stress, Gender and Alcohol-Seeking Behavior”, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism September, 1994
136. Incentive-sensitization as the basis of drug craving British Association for Psychopharmacology/Interdisciplinary Society of Biological Psychiatry Summer Meeting July, 1994
137. Behavioral sensitization to psychomotor stimulants symposium on “Mechanisms of Drug Behavioral Sensitization”, Experimental Biology ‘94 April, 1994
138. The role of the hippocampus in behavioral sensitization Society for Neuroscience January, 1994
139. The development and expression of amphetamine sensitization are attenuated by removing treatment associated cues Society for Neuroscience January, 1994
140. Striatal dopamine concentrations following an acute treatment with amphetamine in a novel versus home environment Society for Neuroscience January, 1994
141. Further studies on the enhacing effects of a novel versus home environment on amphetamine sensitization Society for Neuroscience January, 1994
142. Time course of changes in hypothalamic and hippocampal norepinephrine during amphetamine withdrawal Society for Neuroscience January, 1994
143. Amphetamine and cocaine pharmacokinetics in Lewis and Fischer 344 rats Society for Neuroscience January, 1994
144. The acute psychomotor response to amphetamine but not nucleus accumbens dopamine release is enhanced in a novel environment. Society for Neuroscience January, 1994
145. Regional differences in dopamine neurotransmission in the dorsal vs. ventral striatum during amphetamine withdrawal Society for Neuroscience January, 1994
146. Adrenalectomy does not block the development of sensitization to the psychomotor activating effects of amphetamine Society for Neuroscience January, 1994
147. Electroconvulsive shock attenuates context-specificity of amphetamine sensitization Society for Neuroscience January, 1994
148. Incentive-sensitization as the basis of drug craving conference on “Sensitization and Tolerance in Behavioral Pharmacology” September, 1993
149. The neurobiology of tolerance and sensitization 1993 Gordon Research Conference on Catecholamines July, 1993
150. Sensitization to psychomotor stimulants: focus on individual differences conference on the “Biological Basis of Individual Sensitivity to Psychotropic Drugs” May, 1993
151. Behavioral sensitization to amphetamine in Lewis and Fischer rat strains. Society for Neuroscience January, 1993
152. Context-dependent amphetamine sensitization Society for Neuroscience January, 1993
153. In vivo measurement of the pentose phosphate pathway (PPP) in brain and glioma using a novel precursor International Society for Neurochemistry January, 1993
154. The acute effects of cocaine on behavior and extracellular dopamine in the nucleus accumbens of Lewis and Fischer 344 rats Society for Neuroscience January, 1993
155. Characterization of behavior and extracellular dopamine in the nucleus accumbens during amphetamine withdrawal Society for Neuroscience January, 1993
156. Novelty enhances the development of sensitization to the psychomotor stimulant effect of amphetamine. Society for Neuroscience January, 1993
157. Measurement of the pentose phosphate pathway (PPP) in brain and glioma in vivo by microdialysis. Society for Neuroscience January, 1993
158. Contingent amphetamine administration produces behavioral sensitization. Society for Neuroscience January, 1993
159. Addiction as neuroadaptation: a sensitization hypothesis Research Society on Alcoholism Annual Meeting June, 1992
160. Presynaptic neuroadaptations in extracellular dopamine in striatum following a 6-OHDA lesion of the substantia nigra 7th International Catecholamine Symposium June, 1992
161. Hedonics during amphetamine and cocaine withdrawal American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting May, 1992
162. Time course of changes in striatal dopamine neurotransmission and behavior following a unilateral 6-OHDA lesion Society for Neuroscience January, 1992
163. Relationship between motor activity and dopamine neurotransmission in the dorsal and ventral striatum across the day-night cycle Society for Neuroscience January, 1992
164. Basal extracellular dopamine in the nucleus accumbens during amphetamine withdrawal Society for Neuroscience January, 1992
165. A microdialysis study of extracellular accumbens dopamine and sexual behavior in female Syrian hamsters Society for Neuroscience January, 1992
166. Sensitization to drugs of abuse: role in the development of compulsive behavior, addiction and relapse American College of Neuropsychopharmacology Annual Meeting December, 1991
167. The feasibility of repeated intracerebral microdialysis 5th International Conference on In Vivo Methods September, 1991
168. The feasibility of repeated microdialysis for within-subjects design experiments the 3rd IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience August, 1991
169. Transient and persistent neural adaptations in dopamine systems: role in addictive behavior. the 3rd IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience August, 1991
170. Persistent consequences of psychomotor stimulant drug use on brain dopamine systems and behavior Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting May, 1991
171. The feasibility of repeated intracerebral microdialysis for within-subjects design experiments on the mesostriatal dopamine system The Second International Symposium on Microdialysis Sampling and Allied Analytical Techniques May, 1991
172. Sensitizing effects of addictive drugs 24th Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 1991
173. Persistent sensitizing effects of addictive drugs on brain dopamine systems and behavior: implications for addiction and relapse UCLA-NIDA Conference on Drug Abuse January, 1991
174. The neurobiology of amphetamine psychosis: evidence from studies with an animal model 14th International Taniguchi Symposium on Brain Sciences: Biological Basis of Schizophrenic Disorders September, 1990
175. Microdialysis studies of neural recovery and sparing of function after brain damage. Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy March, 1990
176. Neurotransmitter replacement with intracerebral controlled release polymers 23rd Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 1990
177. An inexpensive automated system for the quantification of rotational behavior in small animals Society for Neuroscience Abstracts January, 1990
178. Persistent effects of neurotoxic doses of methamphetamine on the extracellular concentration of dopamine in the nucleus accumbens and neostriatum. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts January, 1990
179. Circadian changes in behavior and extracellular dopamine in the nucleus accumbens during amphetamine withdrawal Society for Neuroscience Abstracts January, 1990
180. Repeated intracerebral microdialysis for the measurement of stimulated dopamine release. Society for Neuroscience January, 1990
181. Regional differences in the acute and chronic effects of amphetamine on dopamine neurotransmission. 19th Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting November, 1989
182. Dopamine replacement with intracerebral controlled-release polymers the IIIrd International Symposium on Neural Transplantation August, 1989
183. The acute and chronic effects of amphetamine use on behavior and extracellular dopamine concentrations in the nucleus accumbens and dorsolateral striatum of freely moving rats. First International Symposium on Microdialysis Sampling and Allied Analytical Techniques May, 1989
184. A method for repeated intracerebral microdialysis Society for Neuroscience January, 1989
185. Long-term behavioral effects of chronic amphetamine use Society for Neuroscience January, 1989
186. Effects of nigrostriatal 6-hydroxydopamine lesions on dopamine (D2) receptor mRNA and receptor binding Society for Neuroscience January, 1989
187. The effects of nigrostriatal 6-hydroxydopamine lesions on dopamine (D2 receptor mRNA) and opioid systems International Opiate Research Conference January, 1989
188. Does amphetamine preferentially increase extracellular dopamine in the mesolimbic system? Society for Neuroscience January, 1989
189. Changes in extracellular dopamine concentrations measured by in vivo intracerebral microdialysis after dopamine depletion Society for Neuroscience January, 1989
190. Methamphetamine neuro-toxicity: residual capacity of nigrostriatal dopamine neurons studied with microdialysis Society for Neuroscience January, 1989
191. Analysis of in vivo microdialysates for dopaminergic constituents using coulometric electrochemical detection Society for Neuroscience Annual meeting November, 1988
192. Residual extracellular dopamine concentrations in an animal model of Parkinson’s Disease: An in vivo intracerebral microdialysis study Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Annual Meeting November, 1988
193. Neuronal adaptations responsible for recovery and sparing of function after damage to dopamine systems Canadian Psychological Association Annual Meeting June, 1988
194. The long-term consequences of amphetamine abuse Michigan Chapter, Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting March, 1988
195. Recovery from unilateral nigrostriatal dopamine depletion induced by dopamine-secreting polymer implants Society for Neuroscience January, 1988
196. Amphetamine sensitization in the nucleus accumbens studied with in vivo microdialysis Society for Neuroscience January, 1988
197. Intracerebral microdialysis in freely moving animals 21st Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 1988
198. Sensitization to stimulants: a model for studying the neurobiology of nonassociative learning in mammals 2nd Annual Spring Conference on Behavior and Brain April, 1987
199. Intracerebral dialysis used to assess compensatory changes in striatal dopamine release after nigrostriatal damage. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting January, 1987
200. Stimulant drugs and stress: factors influencing the susceptibility to sensitization Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting January, 1987
201. Sensitization, stimulants and sex. 20th Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 1987
202. Striatal dopamine release assessed with microdialysis following unilateral nigrostriatal damage. Society for Neuroscience January, 1987
203. Analogous long-term changes in mesotelencephalic dopamine systems and behavior produced by repeated amphetamine treatment American College of Neuropsychopharmacology 25th Anniversary Meeting December, 1986
204. Depolarization-induced striatal dopamine release in rats sensitized to amphetamine Society for Neuroscience January, 1986
205. Catecholamine release from tissue grafts into the lateral ventricle studied with microdialysis in freely moving rats Society for Neuroscience January, 1986
206. Dopamine metabolites in the ventricular CSF of rats studied with microdialysis Society for Neuroscience January, 1986
207. Sex differences in the effects of gonadectomy on sensitization to repeated intermittent restraint stres Society for Neuroscience January, 1986
208. Neural and endocrine responses to footshock stress in rats sensitized to amphetamine. Society for Neuroscience January, 1986
209. Sex differences in the enduring effects of stimulant drug use 19th Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 1986
210. Do asymmetries in the nigrostriatal dopamine system cause behavioral asymmetries or do behavioral asymmetries cause nigrostriatal asymmetries? 8th Annual Meeting of the Canadian College of Neuropsycho-pharmacology May, 1985
211. Sex differences in an animal model of amphetamine psychosis Society for Neuroscience January, 1985
212. Sensitization to amphetamine is accom-panied by enhanced striatal dopamine release. Society for Neuroscience January, 1985
213. Enduring enhancement in mesocortical dopamine utilization in an animal model of amphetamine psychosis Society for Neuroscience January, 1985
214. Long-term effects of stimulants Gesellschaft for Unendliche Versuche” Annual Meeting November, 1984
215. Enduring changes in behavior produced by amphetamine Society for Neuroscience January, 1984
216. Long-lasting Changes in Brain and Behavior Produced by Stimulants and Stress Seventeenth Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 1984
217. Variation in the pattern of brain and behavioral asymmetries due to sex differences Seventeenth Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research January, 1984
218. Sex differences in behavioral and brain asymmetries Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association June, 1983
219. A simple technique for the in vitro measurement of endogenous dopamine release Society for Neuroscience January, 1983
220. Asymmetry and sex differences in the effects of unilateral dopamine depletion on body weight regulation Society for Neuroscience January, 1983
221. Influence of estrogen on amphetamine-induced rotational behavior Society for Neuroscience January, 1983
222. Hippocampal rhythmical slow activity (RSA): Relations to behavior, pharmacology and species differences International Pharmaco-EEG Group (IPEG) Annual Meeting July, 1982
223. Sex differences in the effects of early handling on brain and behavioral asymmetries. Society for Neuroscience January, 1982
224. Sex differences in the effects of unilateral hippocampal lesions on spatial learning. Society for Neuroscience January, 1982
225. Plasticity in striatal dopamine activity: Behavioral and biochemical evidence Society for Neuroscience January, 1982
226. Functional asymmetry in the nigrostriatal dopamine system Society for Neuroscience January, 1982
227. Electrical stimulation-induced rotational behavior: Involvement of the nigrostriatal dopamine system Society for Neuroscience January, 1982
228. Sex differences and estrous cycle variation in rotational behavior elicited by electrical stimulation of the nigrostriatal dopamine system Society for Neuroscience January, 1981
229. Amphetamine-elicited rotational behavior: sex differences and estrous cycle variation are not due to differences in brain levels of amphetamine Society for Neuroscience January, 1981
230. Spatial learning ability is related to an endogenous asymmetry in the nigrostriatal dopamine system in rats Society for Neuroscience January, 1981
231. Sex differences in the effect of gonadectomy on electrical stimulation-induced rotational behavior. Canadian Psychological Association Annual Meeting January, 1981
232. Effects of hemicholinium-3 and choline on hippocampal electrical activity during immobility vs. movement Society for Neuroscience January, 1980
233. Electrophysiological Events: Watch the Behavior! Society for Neuroscience Workshop January, 1979
234. Contrasting roles of dopamine and ß-phenylethyl-amine in Type 1 behavior-related neocortical low voltage fast activity Society for Neuroscience January, 1979
235. Neocortical and hippocampal electrical activity in the dopamine-depleted rat: relations to behavior and effects of atropine. Society for Neuroscience January, 1978
236. Effects of electrical stimulation of the locus coeruleus and nucleus reticularis pontis caudalis on hippocampal and neocortical activation in the rat Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting January, 1977
237. Two types of hippocampal rhythmical slow activity and neocortical low voltage fast activity during active sleep in the rat Society for Neuroscience January, 1976
238. Two types of hippocampal rhythmical slow activity and neocortical low voltage fast activity during neuromuscular blockade Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting January, 1976
239. Noradrenaline and behavior-related EEG activation of the hippocampus and neocortex. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts January, 1975
240. The caudal diencephalon and voluntary movement in the rat Canadian Federation of Biological Societies January, 1973
241. Hippocampal EEG and behavior: change associated with recovery from large caudal diencephalic lesions. Canadian Federation of Biological Societies January, 1973
242. The effects of caudal diencephalic lesions on motor behavior in the rat. Canadian Psychological Association Annual Meeting January, 1973



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