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12.1 Chemical structure of nicotine and the principal metabolite cotinine
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12.2 Leaves of the Nicotiana tabacum plant
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12.3 Time course of mean plasma concentrations of nicotine in arterial and venous blood
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12.4 The nicotinic cholinergic receptor The α4β2 high affinity nicotinic receptor. Brain also has α7 (homomeric) receptors
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12.5 Nicotine-induced reduction of reaction time in a rapid visual information processing task
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12.7 Failure of nicotine to increase retention of one-trial passive avoidance task in mutant mice
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12.8 Nicotine self-administration in rats first exposed to the drug during adolescence vs. adulthood
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12.9 Activation of midbrain dopamine neurons by tobacco smoke VTA SN
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12.10 Adverse effects of nicotine in subjects who never smoked compared to smokers
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12.11 Yearly per capita cigarette consumption in the United States
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12.12 Percentage of subjects reporting current (in the past month) tobacco use
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12.13 Tobacco withdrawal symptoms and the effects of nicotine replacement therapy (Part 2)
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Unformatted text preview: Nicotine gum study 12.15 Efficacy of bupropion treatment in reducing symptoms of smoking withdrawal Bupropion (Zyban) is a DA reuptake inhibitor 12.16 Chemical structures of caffeine and theophylline 12.17 Typical Caffeine content of common commodities Commodity Size (oz) Caffeine (mg) Generic brewed coffee 8(16) 133(266) Starbucks/Einstein grande 16 320 Dunkin Donuts 16 206 Starbucks espresso 1 75 Brewed tea 8 53 Diet coke 20 78 Spike Shooter 8.4 300 Ben&Jerry’s coffee health bar crunch 8 84 12.17 Effects of consuming a caffeinated beverage on mood and performance A 40-mg dose of caffeine (about half a cup of coffee) improved alertness and decreased reaction time vs decaf drink. 12.18 Time course of caffeine withdrawal in regular users (Part 1) 12.19 Concentration–response curves for caffeine’s effects on various neurochemical processes Adenosine receptor antagonists...
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  • Spring '09
  • Rowland
  • Nicotine Replacement Therapy, nicotinic cholinergic receptor, Nicotine gum study, affinity nicotinic receptor

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