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2007Adolescent rats find repeated delta-9-THC less aversive than adult rats but display greater residual cognitive deficits and changes in hippocampal protein expression following exposureArnold, Jonathon; Callaghan, Paul; Gunasekaran, Nathan; Iwazaki, T; Kashem, Mohammed; Long, Leonora; Matsuda-Matsumoto, H; Matsumoto, Izuru; McGregor, Iain; Quinn, Heidi; Thompson, Murray; Dawson, Bronwyn; Mallet, Paul E; School of Medical Sciences: Pharmacology; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyAdolescent rats find repeated delta-9-THC less aversive than adult rats but display greater residual cognitive deficits and changes in hippocampal protein expression following exposure, Neuropsychopharmacology, vol.33 (epub ahead of print Jun 20),(N/A),2007,pp 1-14
2003The cannabinoid receptor antagonist SR 141716 attenuates overfeeding induced by systemic or intracranial morphineMcGregor, Iain; Mallet, Paul E; Singh, Malini E; Verty, Aaron; PsychologyThe cannabinoid receptor antagonist SR 141716 attenuates overfeeding induced by systemic or intracranial morphine, Psychopharmacology, vol.168,(3),2003,pp 314-323
2004Combined Low Dose Treatment With Opioid And Cannabinoid Receptor Antagonists Synergistically Reduces The Motivation To Consume Alcohol In RatsGallate, Jason; McGregor, Iain; Mallet, Paul E; Psychology; PsychologyCombined Low Dose Treatment With Opioid And Cannabinoid Receptor Antagonists Synergistically Reduces The Motivation To Consume Alcohol In Rats, Psychopharmacology, vol.173,(1-2),2004,pp 210-216
2004Consumption Of High Carbohydrate, High Fat, And Normal Chow Is Equally Suppressed By A Cannabinoid Receptor Antagonist In Non-Deprived RatsMcGregor, Iain; Mallet, Paul E; Verty, Aaron; PsychologyConsumption Of High Carbohydrate, High Fat, And Normal Chow Is Equally Suppressed By A Cannabinoid Receptor Antagonist In Non-Deprived Rats, Neuroscience Letters (2005), vol.354,(3),2004,pp 217-220
2005Delta(9)-THC reinstates beer- and sucrose-seeking behaviour in abstinent rats: Comparison with midazolam, food deprivation and predator odourDam, Kristy; Gallate, Jason; McGregor, Iain; Mallet, Paul E; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyDelta(9)-THC reinstates beer- and sucrose-seeking behaviour in abstinent rats: Comparison with midazolam, food deprivation and predator odour, Alcohol & Alcoholism, vol.40,(1),2005,pp 35-45
2004The Doparnine Receptor Antagonist Sch 23390 Attenuates Feeding Induced By Delta(9)-TetrahydrocannobinolMcGregor, Iain; Mallet, Paul E; Verty, Aaron; PsychologyThe Doparnine Receptor Antagonist Sch 23390 Attenuates Feeding Induced By Delta(9)-Tetrahydrocannobinol, Brain Research, vol.1020,(38384),2004,pp 188-195
2004Evidence For An Interaction Between Cb1 Cannabinoid And Melanocortin MCR-4 Receptors In Regulating Food IntakeMcGregor, Iain; Mallet, Paul E; McFarlane, J R; Verty, Aaron; PsychologyEvidence For An Interaction Between Cb1 Cannabinoid And Melanocortin MCR-4 Receptors In Regulating Food Intake, Endocrinology, vol.145,(7),2004,pp 3224-3231
2004Evidence For An Interaction Between Cb1 Cannabinoid And Oxytocin Receptors In Food And Water IntakeMcGregor, Iain; Mallet, Paul E; McFarlane, J R; Verty, Aaron; PsychologyEvidence For An Interaction Between Cb1 Cannabinoid And Oxytocin Receptors In Food And Water Intake, Neuropharmacology (2005), vol.47,(4),2004,pp 593-603
2005Paraventricular hypothalamic CB1 cannabinoid receptors are involved in the feeding stimulatory effects of Delta(9)-tetrahydrocannabinolMcGregor, Iain; Mallet, Paul E; Verty, Aaron; PsychologyParaventricular hypothalamic CB1 cannabinoid receptors are involved in the feeding stimulatory effects of Delta(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol, Neuropharmacology, vol.49,(8),2005,pp 1101-1109
2005Repeated exposure to Delta(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol alters heroin-induced locomotor sensitisation and Fos-immunoreactivityMcGregor, Iain; Mallet, Paul E; Singh, Malini E; PsychologyRepeated exposure to Delta(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol alters heroin-induced locomotor sensitisation and Fos-immunoreactivity, Neuropharmacology, vol.49,(8),2005,pp 1189-1200