9 edition of The behavioral effects of drugs found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[compiled by] Douglas W. Matheson [and] Meredith A. Davison.|
|Contributions||Davison, Meredith A., joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||RC566 .M28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 277 p.|
|Number of Pages||277|
|LC Control Number||70186960|
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Trusted for more than 40 years by both instructors and students, this authoritative resource examines drugs and drug use from a variety of perspectives—behavioral, pharmacological, historical, social, legal.
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Understanding the signs, symptoms, causes and effects of addiction is an important first step toward healing and recovery. Substance abuse, also called “drug abuse,” refers to a pattern of harmful or hazardous use of psychoactive substances, including alcohol and illicit drugs.
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Despite their structural differences, these compounds produce remarkably similar experiences in humans and share a common mechanism of action. The effects of alcohol addiction may also have a more serious impact on seniors, as aging changes how the body handles alcohol consumption.
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Drugs are chemicals that affect the body and brain. Different drugs can have different effects. Some effects of drugs include health consequences that are long-lasting and permanent. They can even continue after a person has stopped taking the substance. There are a few ways a person can take drugs, including injection, inhalation and ingestion.
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The drug self-administration model is based on the learning principle that behavior is maintained by its consequences, called reinforcers. Laboratory animals (humans and nonhumans) will work to receive a range of different drugs administered orally, intramuscularly, intravenously, by smoking, or by insufflation.
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Psychoactive drugs include those substances that affect the central nervous system. This book classifies drugs according to their effects: stimulants (uppers), depressants (downers), and psychedelics (all arounders).
Other groups of drugs include inhalants, sports drugs (e.g., anabolic steroids), and psychiatric medications such as Haldol® and File Size: KB. The book is intended to introduce principles of behavioral pharmacology to readers with little or no knowledge of the discipline but with an interest in how drugs affect human behavior.
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Within the last few years, most of the serious advances in drug research have been made in the area of psychology and neuroscience as it applies to understanding why people and other animals use : $ Adverse effects may include agitation, increased anxiety, undesirable sedation, inappetence (fluoxetine), and lowered seizure threshold.
Side effects may be dose-dependent; initiating treatment with a lower dose may help. Table 2 lists the behavioral medications for use in dogs discussed in this section, along with doses and side effects.
His principal research focus in both clinical and preclinical laboratories has been on the behavioral and subjective effects of mood-altering drugs. His research has been largely supported by grants from the National Institute on Health and he is author of over journal articles and book chapters, and has trained more than 50 postdoctoral.
discriminative and reinforcing effects of drugs, interactions of drugs and the events maintaining behavior (e.g., special properties of behavior under aversive control), behavioral tolerance, drug effects on motor function, discrimination, learning, and memory.
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This is a list of psychiatric medications used by psychiatrists and other physicians to treat mental illness or distress. The list is ordered alphabetically according to the condition or conditions, then by the generic name of each medication.
The list is not exhaustive and not all drugs are used regularly in all countries. Pharmacology can also focus on specific systems comprising the body.
Divisions related to bodily systems study the effects of drugs in different systems of the body. These include neuropharmacology, in the central and peripheral nervous systems; immunopharmacology in the immune system.
Other divisions include cardiovascular, renal and endocrine Unique ID: D ILLEGAL DRUGS Cocaine In addition to an influx of energy, cocaine also heightens the senses.
Colors appear brighter, smells seem stronger, and noises sound louder. A parent may become angry or impatient After prolonged use, cocaine also increases irritability and aggression in the user. Cocaine can result in psychoticFile Size: KB. Psychopharmacology Drugs, the Brain, and Behavior.
Third Edition. Jerrold S. Meyer and Linda F. Quenzer. Sinauer Associates is an imprint of Oxford University Press. Chapter-opening vignettes foster student engagement; Breakout boxes present novel and, in some cases, controversial topics for special discussion.
Understanding the signs, symptoms, causes and effects of cocaine addiction is an important first step toward healing and recovery. Cocaine, often touted as the “caviar of street drugs,” is a high-priced way of getting high. The mystique of cocaine is often sensationalized in movies and by celebrities, who can afford this high-priced and.
Second, the behavioral and neurobiological effects of drugs are powerfully modulated by the circumstances surrounding drug use (e.g., Zinberg ;Stewart et al. .In general, people begin taking drugs for a variety of reasons: z To feel good. Most abused drugs produce intense feelings of pleasure.
This initial sensation of euphoria is followed by other effects, which differ with the type of drug used.