Cortical activation during cocaine use and extinction in rhesus monkeys

  • Howell L
  • Votaw J
  • Goodman M
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Abstract

Acute re-exposure to cocaine or drug cues associated with cocaine use can elicit drug craving and relapse. Neuroimaging studies have begun to define neurobiological substrates underlying the acute effects of cocaine or cocaine cues in cocaine-dependent subjects.

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  • Cerebral blood flow
  • Cocaine
  • Extinction
  • Nonhuman primates
  • PET imaging
  • Self-administration

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Authors

  • Leonard L. Howell

  • John R. Votaw

  • Mark M. Goodman

  • Kimberly P. Lindsey

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