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The Accumbens: A Critical Brain Site for Nicotine Craving

Institution: Scripps Research Institute
Investigator(s): Steven Henriksen,
Award Cycle: 1992 (Cycle 1) Grant #: 1RT-0183 Award: $532,964
Subject Area: Nicotine Dependence
Award Type: Research Project Awards
Abstracts
Publications

Electrophysiological evidence for reciprocal connectivity between the nucleus accumbens septi and ventral pallidal region
Periodical: Brain Research Index Medicus:
Authors: Hakan R, Berg G, Henriksen SJ ART
Yr: 1992 Vol: 581 Nbr: 2 Abs: Pg: 344-350

Properties of neurons recorded in the rodent nucleus accumbens, in vivo: relationship to behavioral state and heroin self-administration
Periodical: Society for Neuroscience Abstracts Index Medicus:
Authors: Henriksen SJ, Callaway CW, Negus SS, et al ABS
Yr: 1992 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

Neuronal firing in the nucleus accumbens is associated with the level of cortical arousal
Periodical: Neuroscience Index Medicus:
Authors: Callaway CW, Henriksen SJ ART
Yr: 1992 Vol: 51 Nbr: 3 Abs: Pg: 547-553

Responses of nucleus accumbens neurons to novelty stimuli and heroin self-administration in the freely-moving rat
Periodical: Society for Neuroscience Abstracts Index Medicus:
Authors: Lee, R-S, Steffensen SC, Koob GF, et al ABS
Yr: 1993 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

Hippocampal interneuron activity in unanesthetized rats: relationship to the sleep-wake cycle
Periodical: Neuroscience Letters Index Medicus:
Authors: Prospero-Garcia O, Miller DR, Henriksen SJ ART
Yr: 1993 Vol: 156 Nbr: 1-2 Abs: Pg: 158-162