Introduction to Behavioral Pharmacology
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of substances that are used to modify behavior. While different classes of substances have known effects, one has only to see a group of people drinking to excess to recognize that not everyone responds in the same way to a given substance. Why do substances have the behavioral effects they do, and why do individuals vary in their responses to them? This book provides a conceptual framework for answering such questions.
Introduction to Behavioral Pharmacology includes a short overview of behavioral analysis and general pharmacology, followed by detailed discussion of assessment of drug effects, the stimulus properties of drugs, drug abuse, and more.
Citation for published book
Poling, A., & Byrne, T. (2000). Introduction to behavioral pharmacology / edited by Alan Poling and Thomas Byrne.
Byrne, Thomas and Poling, Alan, "Introduction to Behavioral Pharmacology" (2000). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 526.