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Dopamine D1-Like, D2 and D3 Receptor Subtypes in Catalepsy Sensitization and Conditioning in Rats: Implications for Motor Function, Motivation and Learning
The behavioral effects of drugs that act on the brain’s dopamine (DA) system change with repeated exposure to the drug. Antipsychotic drugs, that block DA receptors, produce progressively greater effects on behavior with ...
Double Dissociation of the Effects of Haloperidol and the Dopamine D3 Receptor-Specific Antagonist ABT-127 on Acquisition vs. Expression of Cocaine Conditioned Activity
The psychostimulant effects of cocaine can be associated with environmental stimuli and thus can be easily conditioned in a laboratory setting. In rats, both behavioural stimulant and reinforcing effects of cocaine have ...