Low and high locomotor responsiveness to cocaine predicts intravenous cocaine conditioned place preference in male Sprague-Dawley rats

Richard M. Allen, Carson V. Everett, Anna M. Nelson, Joshua M. Gulley, Nancy R. Zahniser

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