Dorothy J. Yamamoto, Ph.D.

2012 University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Denver, Aurora, CO 
"Dorothy Yamamoto"
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Nancy R. Zahniser grad student 2012 University of Colorado, Denver
 (Individual differences in cocaine responsiveness of rats: Striatal glutamate and locomotor sensitization.)
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Yamamoto DJ, Banich MT, Regner MF, et al. (2017) Behavioral approach and orbitofrontal cortical activity during decision-making in substance dependence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 180: 234-240
Lind KE, Gutierrez EJ, Yamamoto DJ, et al. (2017) Corrigendum to Sex disparities in substance abuse research: Evaluating 23 years of structural neuroimaging studies [Drug Alcohol Depend. 173 (2017) 92-98]. Drug and Alcohol Dependence
Yamamoto D, Banich M, Regner MF, et al. (2017) Hemispheric associations of behavioral inhibition and approach in substance dependence Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 171: e220
Yamamoto DJ, Woo CW, Wager TD, et al. (2015) Influence of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and ventral striatum on risk avoidance in addiction: a mediation analysis. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 149: 10-7
Simmons DL, Mandt BH, Ng CM, et al. (2013) Low- and high-cocaine locomotor responding rats differ in reinstatement of cocaine seeking and striatal mGluR5 protein expression. Neuropharmacology. 75: 347-55
Yamamoto DJ, Nelson AM, Mandt BH, et al. (2013) Rats classified as low or high cocaine locomotor responders: a unique model involving striatal dopamine transporters that predicts cocaine addiction-like behaviors. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 37: 1738-53
Yamamoto DJ, Zahniser NR. (2012) Differences in rat dorsal striatal NMDA and AMPA receptors following acute and repeated cocaine-induced locomotor activation. Plos One. 7: e37673
Allen RM, Uban KA, Atwood EM, et al. (2007) Continuous intracerebroventricular infusion of the competitive NMDA receptor antagonist, LY235959, facilitates escalation of cocaine self-administration and increases break point for cocaine in Sprague-Dawley rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 88: 82-8
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