Cheryl L. Kirstein

Affiliations: 
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, United States 
Area:
Adolescence, Drug Addiction, Alcohol, Cocaine, Dopamine, Microdialysis
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Gamble DN, Josefson CC, Hennessey MK, et al. (2019) Social interaction with an alcohol-intoxicated or cocaine-injected peer selectively alters social behaviors and drinking in adolescent male and female rats. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research
Badanich KA, Fakih ME, Gurina TS, et al. (2016) Reversal learning and experimenter-administered chronic intermittent ethanol exposure in male rats. Psychopharmacology
Catlow BJ, Song S, Paredes DA, et al. (2013) Effects of psilocybin on hippocampal neurogenesis and extinction of trace fear conditioning. Experimental Brain Research. 228: 481-91
Badanich KA, Kirstein CL. (2012) Cocaine-induced reinstatement of a conditioned place preference in developing rats: involvement of the d2 receptor. Brain Sciences. 2: 573-88
Maldonado-Devincci AM, Stevens SM, Kirstein CL. (2012) Investigation of age-specific behavioral and proteomic changes in an animal model of chronic ethanol exposure. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 829: 471-85
Kirstein C. (2011) Chemical sensing systems Xpharm: the Comprehensive Pharmacology Reference. 1-7
Kirstein C. (2011) Sleeping and dreaming Xpharm: the Comprehensive Pharmacology Reference. 1-4
Kirstein C. (2011) Motivational and addictive states Xpharm: the Comprehensive Pharmacology Reference. 1-3
Kirstein C. (2011) Neuronal development Xpharm: the Comprehensive Pharmacology Reference. 1-3
Maldonado-Devincci AM, Alipour KK, Michael LA, et al. (2010) Repeated binge ethanol administration during adolescence enhances voluntary sweetened ethanol intake in young adulthood in male and female rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 96: 476-87
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