Publications

ARTICLES RÉVISÉS PAR LES PAIRS

  • Allain_et_al-2018-Addiction_Biology. ALLAIN F., SAMAHA A. N. Revisiting long-access versus short-access cocaine self-administration in rats: intermittent intake promotes addiction symptoms independent of session length. Addiction biology.

  • Minogianis_et_al-2018-European_Journal_of_Neuroscience. E. A. MINOGIANIS, W. M. SHAMS, O. S. MABROUK, J. M.  WONG, W. G. BRAKE, R. T. KENNEDY, P. DU SOUICH AND A. N. SAMAHA. Varying the rate of intravenous cocaine infusion influences the temporal dynamics of both drug and dopamine concentrations in the striatum. The European journal of neuroscience.


  • SERVONNET, A., MINOGIANIS, E. A., BOUCHARD, C., BEDARD, A. M., LEVESQUE, D., ROMPRE, P. P. & SAMAHA, A. N. 2017. Neurotensin in the nucleus accumbens reverses dopamine supersensitivity evoked by antipsychotic treatment. Neuropharmacology, 123, 10-21.

  • ALLAIN, F., ROBERTS, D. C., LEVESQUE, D. & SAMAHA, A. N. 2017. Intermittent intake of rapid cocaine injections promotes robust psychomotor sensitization, increased incentive motivation for the drug and mGlu2/3 receptor dysregulation. Neuropharmacology, 117, 227-237.






  • SAMAHA, A. N. 2014. Can antipsychotic treatment contribute to drug addiction in schizophrenia? Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry, 52, 9-16.