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Concept Nicotine
Academic Article Laboratory-based assessment of alcohol craving in social drinkers.
Academic Article Effects of a single dose of baclofen on self-reported subjective effects and tobacco smoking.
Academic Article GABA(B) receptor agonists for the treatment of drug addiction: a review of recent findings.
Academic Article Differential effects of nicotine on alcohol consumption in men and women.
Academic Article Efficacy of naltrexone in smoking cessation: a preliminary study and an examination of sex differences.
Academic Article Effects of a 24-hour fast on cigarette smoking in humans.
Academic Article Effects of nicotine on attention and inhibitory control in healthy nonsmokers.
Academic Article Effect of social stress during acute nicotine abstinence.
Academic Article The drug effects questionnaire: psychometric support across three drug types.
Academic Article Lost in Translation: CRF1 Receptor Antagonists and Addiction Treatment.
Academic Article Alcohol-induced place conditioning in moderate social drinkers.
Award or Honor Receipt Distinguished Lecturer, Elizabeth Fitzgerald Sporar Endowment Distinguished Initiatives in Addiction
Academic Article Genetic influences on delayed reward discounting: A genome-wide prioritized subset approach.
Academic Article The effects of nicotine on conditioning, extinction, and reinstatement in humans.
Academic Article Does human language limit translatability of clinical and preclinical addiction research?
Academic Article Effects of Intranasal Oxytocin on Stress-Induced Cigarette Craving in Daily Smokers.
Academic Article Pharmacological challenge studies with acute psychosocial stress.
Academic Article Oxytocin Reduces Cigarette Consumption in Daily Smokers.

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