Contents

Current Psychopharmacology, Volume 2 - Number 3

Pharmacological Treatments for Behavioral Addictions: From Behavioral Dimensions to the Research Domain Criteria Based Target

, 2(3): 183 - 189

Stefano Pallanti, Giacomo Grassi, Tommaso Tofani and Silvia Spitoni


DOI: 10.2174/22115560113029990002




Psychobiological Model of Personality: Guidelines for Pharmacotherapy of Personality Disorder

, 2(3): 190 - 203

Dragan M. Svrakic and Robert C. Cloninger


DOI: 10.2174/2211556002666131217000402




Update on the Pharmacological Treatment of Pathological Gambling

, 2(3): 204 - 211

Scott A. Bullock and Marc N. Potenza


DOI: 10.2174/22115560113029990008




Antipsychotics Management in Addictive Disorders

, 2(3): 212 - 217

Pierre Alexis Geoffroy, Benjamin Rolland, Vincent Laprevote and Olivier Cottencin


DOI: 10.2174/221155601130200006




Stimulant-Related Psychosis in ADHD Treatment: An Update for Past 10 Years

, 2(3): 218 - 221

Gresa C. Bulut, Seheryeli Y. Kaynar and Osman Sabuncuoglu


DOI: 10.2174/22115560113029990005




Acute Methamphetamine and Benzylpiperazine Decrease Aggression- Related Behavior in Late Adolescent Male Rats

, 2(3): 222 - 228

Hamish N.L. Johnson and Robert N. Hughes


DOI: 10.2174/22115560113020990003




Nicotine and Tobacco Particulate Self-Administration: Effects of Mecamylamine, SCH23390 and Ketanserin Pretreatment

, 2(3): 229 - 240

Katharine A. Brennan, Fraser Putt, Vicky Roper, Uta Waterhouse and Penelope Truman


DOI: 10.2174/22115560113029990004




Maintenance CBT in Preventing Relapse in Patients on SSRI Continuation

, 2(3): 241 - 246

Eric D. Peselow


DOI: 10.2174/2211556002666131203232012




The Anabolic Androgenic Steroid Testosterone Propionate Decreases Recognition Memory in Adult Male Rats

, 2(3): 247 - 253

Fernando R.F. Silva, Alicia Cabral, Ana P.N. Lima, Aline L. Dierschnabel, Ezequiel B. do Nascimento, Priscila T. Macedo, Geison S. Izídio, Alessandra M. Ribeiro and Regina H. Silva


DOI: 10.2174/22115560113026660007




Immobilization-Induced Behavioral Deficits are Attenuated But Coping with Repeated Stress Impaired in Apomorphine Injected Rats

, 2(3): 254 - 259

Darakhshan Jabeen Haleem and Huma Ikram


DOI: 10.2174/2211556002666131112200122




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