Persistent increase of I.V. cocaine self-administration in a subgroup of C57BL/6J male mice after intermittent and continuous social defeat stress

Arena, Danielle.


  • Stressful life experiences can persistently increase the motivation for, and consumption of, intensely rewarding stimuli, like cocaine over time. In rodents, intermittent versus continuous exposure to social stress engender opposing changes to reward-related behavior, as measured by consumption of sucrose and cocaine. The present study examines if the effects of intermittent versus continuous ... read more
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