Psychopharmacology 3e Chapter 11 Recommended Readings

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Javelot, H., Messaoudi, M., Garnier, S., and Rougeot, C. (2010). Human opiorphin is a naturally occurring antidepressant acting selectively on enkephalin-dependent delta-opioid pathways. J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 61, 355–362.

Lobmaier, P., Gossop, M., Waal, H., and Bramness, J. (2010). The pharmacological treatment of opioid addiction: A clinical perspective. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol., 66, 537–545.

Musto, D. F. (1991). Opium, cocaine, and marijuana in American history. Sci. Am., 265, 40–47.

Stein, C. (2016). Opioid receptors. Annu. Rev. Med., 67, 433–451.

Wager, T. D., Scott, D. J., and Zubieta, J. K. (2007). Placebo effects on human mu-opioid activity during pain. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 104, 11056–11061.

Williams, R. (2010). Robert Lefkowitz: Godfather of G protein–coupled receptors. Circ. Res., 106, 812–814.