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Aarts, Esther

Reward modulation of cognitive function in adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a pilot study on the role of striatal dopamine

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Acerbo, Martin J.

Sensitization to apomorphine in pigeons: a multifactorial conditioning process

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Acquas, Elio

Tea component, epigallocatechin gallate, potentiates anticataleptic and locomotor-sensitizing effects of caffeine in mice

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Adachi, Kazunori

Investigating complex basal ganglia circuitry in the regulation of motor behaviour, with particular focus on orofacial movement

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Aidi-knani, Sabrine

Kv4 channel blockade reduces motor and neuropsychiatric symptoms in rodent models of Parkinson’s disease

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Alatorre, Alberto

The local application of a flavonoid, (−)-epicatechin, increases the spiking of globus pallidus neurons in a dose-dependent manner and diminishes the catalepsy induced by...

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Amalric, Marianne

Kv4 channel blockade reduces motor and neuropsychiatric symptoms in rodent models of Parkinson’s disease

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Aono, Yuri

Simultaneous activation of the α1A-, α1B- and α1D-adrenoceptor subtypes in the nucleus accumbens reduces accumbal dopamine efflux in freely moving rats

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Arote, Sanjay

Tea component, epigallocatechin gallate, potentiates anticataleptic and locomotor-sensitizing effects of caffeine in mice

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Ashby, Donovan M.

Stability of avoidance behaviour following repeated intermittent treatment with clozapine, olanzapine or D,L-govadine

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Baker, Lisa E.

Behavioral sensitization following concurrent exposure to mephedrone and D-amphetamine in female mice

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Ballester González, Javier

Nucleus accumbens core and pathogenesis of compulsive checking

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Barrientos, Rafael

The local application of a flavonoid, (−)-epicatechin, increases the spiking of globus pallidus neurons in a dose-dependent manner and diminishes the catalepsy induced by...

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Becker, Chani

The effects of varenicline on sensory gating and exploratory behavior with pretreatment with nicotinic or 5-HT3A receptor antagonists

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Belin, David

Endocannabinoids and striatal function: implications for addiction-related behaviours

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Bencherif, Merouane

The effects of varenicline on sensory gating and exploratory behavior with pretreatment with nicotinic or 5-HT3A receptor antagonists

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Berquist, Michael D. II

Behavioral sensitization following concurrent exposure to mephedrone and D-amphetamine in female mice

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Brotchie, Jonathan M.

L-745,870 reduces the expression of abnormal involuntary movements in the 6-OHDA-lesioned rat

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Buitelaar, Jan

Reward modulation of cognitive function in adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a pilot study on the role of striatal dopamine

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Cools, Alexander R.

Simultaneous activation of the α1A-, α1B- and α1D-adrenoceptor subtypes in the nucleus accumbens reduces accumbal dopamine efflux in freely moving rats

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