Maurice H. Seevers, M.D., Ph.D.

Pharmacology University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Pharmacology, drug and alcohol abuse
"Maurice Seevers"

b.1901 - d.1977
Chair of Pharmacology, University of Michigan; 1942-1971

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Seevers MH. (1974) Methodology for the evaluation of pentazocine, prototype of the new morphine agonist-antagonist analgesics. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Therapy and Toxicology. 7: 167-73
Hardman HF, Haavik CO, Seevers MH. (1973) Relationship of the structure of mescaline and seven analogs to toxicity and behavior in five species of laboratory animals. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology. 25: 299-309
Segal M, Deneau GA, Seevers MH. (1972) Levels and distribution of central nervous system amines in normal and morphine-dependent monkeys. Neuropharmacology. 11: 211-22
Domino EF, Hardman HF, Seevers MH. (1971) Central nervous system actions of some synthetic tetrahydrocannabinol derivatives. Pharmacological Reviews. 23: 317-36
Hardman HF, Domino EF, Seevers MH. (1971) General pharmacological actions of some synthetic tetrahydrocannabinol derivatives. Pharmacological Reviews. 23: 295-315
Seevers MH, Davis VE, Walsh MJ. (1970) Morphine and ethanol physical dependence: a critique of a hypothesis. Science (New York, N.Y.). 170: 1113-5
Deneau G, Yanagita T, Seevers MH. (1969) Self-administration of psychoactive substances by the monkey. Psychopharmacologia. 16: 30-48
Seevers MH. (1968) Psychopharmacological elements of drug dependence. Jama. 206: 1263-6
Seevers MH, Deneau GA. (1968) XV. A critique of the "dual action" hypothesis of morphine physical dependence. Research Publications - Association For Research in Nervous and Mental Disease. 46: 199-205
Eddy NB, Halbach H, Isbell H, et al. (1966) Drug dependence: its significance and characteristics. Psychopharmacology Bulletin. 3: 1-12
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