susan schenk
susan schenk
Professor of Psychology, Vcitoria University of Wellington
Verified email at vuw.ac.nz
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Preexposure sensitizes rats to the rewarding effects of cocaine
BA Horger, K Shelton, S Schenk
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 37 (4), 707-711, 1990
3611990
Preexposure to amphetamine and nicotine predisposes rats to self-administer a low dose of cocaine
BA Horger, MK Giles, S Schenk
Psychopharmacology 107 (2), 271-276, 1992
3411992
Cocaine self-administration in rats influenced by environmental conditions: implications for the etiology of drug abuse.
S Schenk, G Lacelle, K Gorman, Z Amit
Neuroscience letters 81 (1-2), 227-231, 1987
2471987
Supersensitivity to the reinforcing effects of cocaine following 6-hydroxydopamine lesions to the medial prefrontal cortex in rats
S Schenk, BA Horger, R Peltier, K Shelton
Brain research 543 (2), 227-235, 1991
1961991
U69593, a kappa-opioid agonist, decreases cocaine self-administration and decreases cocaine-produced drug-seeking
S Schenk, B Partridge, TS Shippenberg
Psychopharmacology 144 (4), 339-346, 1999
1861999
Sensitization and tolerance in psychostimulant self-administration
S Schenk, B Partridge
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 57 (3), 543-550, 1997
1591997
Effects of serotonergic manipulations on cocaine self-administration in rats
R Peltier, S Schenk
Psychopharmacology 110 (4), 390-394, 1993
1571993
Development, maintenance and temporal pattern of self-administration maintained by ecstasy (MDMA) in rats
S Schenk, D Gittings, M Johnstone, E Daniela
Psychopharmacology 169 (1), 21-27, 2003
1562003
Development and expression of sensitization to cocaine's reinforcing properties: role of NMDA receptors
S Schenk, A Valadez, C McNamara, DT House, D Higley, MG Bankson, ...
Psychopharmacology 111 (3), 332-338, 1993
1551993
Caffeine exposure sensitizes rats to the reinforcing effects of cocaine.
BA Horger, PJ Wellman, A Morien, BT Davies, S Schenk
Neuroreport: An International Journal for the Rapid Communication of…, 1991
1341991
Subjective responses to initial experience with cocaine: an exploration of the incentive–sensitization theory of drug abuse
NM Lambert, M McLeod, S Schenk
Addiction 101 (5), 713-725, 2006
1292006
Cocaine-seeking produced by experimenter-administered drug injections: dose-effect relationships in rats
S Schenk, B Partridge
Psychopharmacology 147 (3), 285-290, 1999
1291999
Persistence of the ability of amphetamine preexposure to facilitate acquisition of cocaine self-administration
A Valadez, S Schenk
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 47 (1), 203-205, 1994
1291994
Effect of SCH 23390 on ()-3, 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine hyperactivity and self-administration in rats
E Daniela, K Brennan, D Gittings, L Hely, S Schenk
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 77 (4), 745-750, 2004
1122004
Age-dependent effects of isolation housing on the self-administration of ethanol in laboratory rats
S Schenk, K Gorman, Z Amit
Alcohol 7 (4), 321-326, 1990
1091990
Reinstatement of extinguished cocaine-taking behavior by cocaine and caffeine
CM Worley, A Valadez, S Schenk
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 48 (1), 217-221, 1994
1031994
Blockade of the acquisition of cocaine self-administration by the NMDA antagonist MK-801 (dizocilpine).
S Schenk, A Valadez, CM Worley, C McNamara
Behavioural pharmacology, 1993
1021993
MDMA self‐administration in rats: acquisition, progressive ratio responding and serotonin transporter binding
S Schenk, L Hely, B Lake, E Daniela, D Gittings, DC Mash
European journal of neuroscience 26 (11), 3229-3236, 2007
922007
Sensitization to cocaine's motor activating properties produced by electrical kindling of the medial prefrontal cortex but not of the hippocampus
S Schenk, S Snow
Brain research 659 (1-2), 17-22, 1994
921994
Differential effects of isolation housing on the conditioned place preference produced by cocaine and amphetamine
S Schenk, T Hunt, R Malovechko, A Robertson, G Klukowski, Z Amit
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 24 (6), 1793-1796, 1986
861986
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