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Amphetamine- and nicotine-induced cross-sensitization in adolescent rats persists until adulthood
(Addiction Biology, 2009-07-01) [Artigo]
Nicotine and psychostimulants are often abused in combination and drug abuse often begins during adolescence and can have long-term consequences. Behavioral sensitization has been suggested as an animal model of neuroplasticity ...
Comparison of caffeine-induced locomotor activity between adolescent and adult rats
(European Journal of Pharmacology, 2011-06-25) [Artigo]
Caffeine is the psychostimulant drug most consumed in the world. This drug is present in food, beverages and medicines marketed for individuals of all ages. In spite of this, caffeine effects on adolescents are poorly ...
Stress-induced reinstatement of amphetamine-conditioned place preference and changes in tyrosine hydroxylase in the nucleus accumbens in adolescent rats
(Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 2010-08-01) [Artigo]
Drug abuse among humans often begins during adolescence. Exposure to psychostimulants during this age period may have long-term consequences which can render the organism more susceptible to drug abuse and relapse later ...
Effects of simultaneous exposure to stress and nicotine on nicotine-induced locomotor activation in adolescent and adult rats
(Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research, 2012-01-01) [Artigo]
Preclinical studies have shown that repeated stress experiences can result in an increase in the locomotor response to the subsequent administration of drugs of abuse, a phenomenon that has been termed behavioral ...