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“…All the compounds that reduced drug-taking in rats with well-regulated behavior also reduced drug-taking in rats with a more robust stimulant use disorder-like phenotype. Others have employed similar strategies to evaluate candidate medications, such as comparing short-or extended-access procedures, where the latter procedure was used to model a more robust stimulant use disorder-like phenotype (e.g., Ramôa et al 2014;Lynch et al 2021). Another strategy is to evaluate candidate medications is a choice procedure, where drug and an alternative reinforcer (e.g., food, social partner) are available simultaneously to provide a more real-world scenario that is sensitive to selective reductions in drug-taking while also allowing for detection of a general rate decreasing effect (for review, see Banks and Negus, 2017).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…All the compounds that reduced drug-taking in rats with well-regulated behavior also reduced drug-taking in rats with a more robust stimulant use disorder-like phenotype. Others have employed similar strategies to evaluate candidate medications, such as comparing short-or extended-access procedures, where the latter procedure was used to model a more robust stimulant use disorder-like phenotype (e.g., Ramôa et al 2014;Lynch et al 2021). Another strategy is to evaluate candidate medications is a choice procedure, where drug and an alternative reinforcer (e.g., food, social partner) are available simultaneously to provide a more real-world scenario that is sensitive to selective reductions in drug-taking while also allowing for detection of a general rate decreasing effect (for review, see Banks and Negus, 2017).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%