ECP Table of Contents: 2019, Volume 27, Issue 5 (October)

Recently published articles in Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology®. 
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By William Walton Stoops, PhD
  1. The effect of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors in healthy subjects revisited: A systematic review of the literature.
    Pages 413-432. 
    Knorr, Ulla; Madsen, Jasmine Melissa; Kessing, Lars Vedel.
  2. Venlafaxine and nortriptyline reverse acute dexamethasone-induced depressive-like behaviors in male and female mice.
    Pages 433-442. 
    de Souza, Ingrid B. M. B.; Costa, Layse R. F.; Tiago, Pamella R. F.; Cagni, Fernanda C.; Lima, Ramon H.; Silva Junior, Edilson D.; Gavioli, Elaine C.
  3. Abuse liability assessment of an electronic cigarette in combustible cigarette smokers.
    Pages 443-454. 
    Maloney, Sarah F.; Breland, Alison; Soule, Eric K.; Hiler, Marzena; Ramôa, Carolina; Lipato, Thokozeni; Eissenberg, Thomas.
  4. Alcohol belongs here: Assessing alcohol-related inhibitory control with a contextual go/no-go task.
    Pages 455-465. 
    Pennington, Charlotte R.; Monk, Rebecca L.; Qureshi, Adam W.; Heim, Derek.
  5. Online personalized normative feedback intervention to reduce event-specific drinking during Mardi Gras.
    Pages 466-473. 
    Buckner, Julia D.; Neighbors, Clayton; Walukevich-Dienst, Katherine; Young, Chelsie M.
  6. Examining the stability of the UPPS-P and MCQ-27 during residential treatment for substance use disorder.
    Pages 474-481. 
    Mulhauser, Kyler; Weinstock, Jeremiah; Van Patten, Ryan; McGrath, Andrew B.; Merz, Zachary C.; White, Christina Noel.
  7. Demand characteristics in episodic future thinking II: The role of cues and cue content in changing delay discounting.
    Pages 482-495. 
    Rung, Jillian M.; Madden, Gregory J.
  8. Brief Assessment of Cigarette Demand (BACD): Initial development and correlational results in adults and adolescents.
    Pages 496-501. 
    Murphy, Cara M.; Cassidy, Rachel N.; Martin, Rosemarie A.; Tidey, Jennifer W.; Mackillop, James; Rohsenow, Damaris J.
  9. Persistence of extra-medical prescription pain reliever use and alcohol involvement among United States 12–20 year olds.
    Pages 502-509. 
    Parker, Maria A.