George A. Hunter

Misericordia University 
Brain Mechanisms of Drug Abuse Reward
"George Hunter"
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Hoebel BG, Hernandez L, Schwartz DH, et al. (1989) Microdialysis studies of brain norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine release during ingestive behavior. Theoretical and clinical implications. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 575: 171-91; discussion 1
Michaelis RC, Holohean AM, Criado JR, et al. (1988) The chlordiazepoxide/pentylenetetrazol discrimination: characterization of drug interactions and homeostatic responses to drug challenges. Psychopharmacology. 96: 15-20
Michaelis RC, Holohean AM, Hunter GA, et al. (1987) Endogenous adenosine-receptive systems do not mediate the discriminative stimulus properties of ethanol. Alcohol and Drug Research. 7: 175-85
Hubbell CL, Czirr SA, Hunter GA, et al. (1986) Consumption of ethanol solution is potentiated by morphine and attenuated by naloxone persistently across repeated daily administrations. Alcohol (Fayetteville, N.Y.). 3: 39-54
Talanian RV, Hunter GA, Beaman CM, et al. (1986) Naloxone's effects on intake of sequentially presented fluids. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 25: 697-700
Reid LD, Hunter GA, Beaman CM, et al. (1985) Toward understanding ethanol's capacity to be reinforcing: a conditioned place preference following injections of ethanol. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 22: 483-7
Reid LD, Hubbell CL, Dunn LL, et al. (1985) Selected opioids and responding for intracranial reinforcement. Neuropeptides. 5: 331-4
Reid LD, Hunter GA. (1984) Morphine and naloxone modulate intake of ethanol. Alcohol (Fayetteville, N.Y.). 1: 33-7
Beaman CM, Hunter GA, Dunn LL, et al. (1984) Opioids, benzodiazepines and intake of ethanol. Alcohol (Fayetteville, N.Y.). 1: 39-42
Hunter GA, Beaman CM, Dunn LL, et al. (1984) Selected opioids, ethanol and intake of ethanol. Alcohol (Fayetteville, N.Y.). 1: 43-6
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