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Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Articles published in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy has got h-index 23, which means every article in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy has got 23 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy.

  2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

0 0 9 59 48

Year wise citations received

377 318 331 277 262
Journal total citations count 2384
Journal impact factor 12.60
Journal 5 years impact factor 9.26
Journal cite score 10.77
Journal h-index 23
Journal h-index since 2016 20
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Xu J, Zhu Y, Kraniotis S, He Q, Marshall JJ, et al. (2013) Potentiating mGluR5 function with a positive allosteric modulator enhances adaptive learning. Learning & Memory 20: 438-445.

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Kufahl PR, Hood LE, Nemirovsky NE, Barabas P, Halstengard C, et al. (2012) Positive allosteric modulation of mGluR5 accelerates extinction learning but not relearning following methamphetamine self-administration. Frontiers in pharmacology 3: 194.

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Chesworth R, Brown RM, Kim JH, Lawrence AJ (2013) The metabotropic glutamate 5 receptor modulates extinction and reinstatement of methamphetamine-seeking in mice. PloS one 8: e68371.

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Marchant NJ, Kaganovsky K, Shaham Y, Bossert JM (2015) Role of corticostriatal circuits in context-induced reinstatement of drug seeking. Brain research 1628: 219-232.

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Gass JT, Chandler LJ. The plasticity of extinction: contribution of the prefrontal cortex in treating addiction through inhibitory learning.

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Pomierny-Chamioło L, Rup K, Pomierny B, Niedzielska E, Kalivas PW, Filip M (2014) Metabotropic glutamatergic receptors and their ligands in drug addiction. Pharmacology & therapeutics 142: 281-305.

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Pittenger ST. Examination of methamphetamine reinstatement in female and male rats: A pre-clinical model of relapse.

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Torres OV, Jayanthi S, Ladenheim B, McCoy MT, Krasnova IN, Cadet JL (2017) Compulsive methamphetamine taking under punishment is associated with greater cue-induced drug seeking in rats. Behavioural Brain Research.

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German CL, Baladi MG, McFadden LM, Hanson GR, Fleckenstein AE (2015) Regulation of the dopamine and vesicular monoamine transporters: pharmacological targets and implications for disease. Pharmacological reviews 67: 1005-10024.

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Sharpe AL, Varela E, Bettinger L, Beckstead MJ (2015) Methamphetamine self-administration in mice decreases GIRK channel-mediated currents in midbrain dopamine neurons. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 18: pyu073.

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Kufahl PR, Hood LE, Nemirovsky NE, Barabas P, Halstengard C, et al. (2012) Positive allosteric modulation of mGluR5 accelerates extinction learning but not relearning following methamphetamine self-administration. Frontiers in pharmacology 3: 194.

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Kufahl PR, Watterson LR, Nemirovsky NE, Hood LE, Villa A, et al. (2013) Attenuation of methamphetamine seeking by the mGluR2/3 agonist LY379268 in rats with histories of restricted and escalated self-administration. Neuropharmacology 66: 290-301.

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Blum K, Oscar-Berman M, Stuller E, Miller D, Giordano J, et al. (2012) Neurogenetics and nutrigenomics of neuro-nutrient therapy for reward deficiency syndrome (RDS): clinical ramifications as a function of molecular neurobiological mechanisms. Journal of addiction research & therapy 3: 139.

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Boulos LJ, Darcq E, Kieffer BL. Translating the Habenula—From Rodents to Humans. Biological Psychiatry. 2016 Jun 7.

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Simonnet A, Zamberletti E, Cador M, Rubino T, Caillé S. Chronic FAAH inhibition during nicotine abstinence alters habenular CB1 receptor activity and precipitates depressive-like behaviors. Neuropharmacology. 2017 Feb 28;113:252-9.

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Garcia K. The Effect of Altering Brain CYP2B Activity on Nicotine Self-Administration Behaviour and Nicotine Levels in the Brain (Doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto).

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Pang X. The Role of Medial Habenula-Interpeduncular Nucleus Pathway in Anxiety: A Dissertation.

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Carcoba LM, Torres OV, Pipkin JA, Ontiveros T, O’Dell LE (2016) Insight into the Potential Factors That Promote Tobacco Use in Vulnerable Populations. Current Addiction Reports 3: 27-36.

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杨澍均, 张茵, 张富强 (2014) 缰核在中枢奖赏调控的机制及其在精神疾病中的作用研究进展. 中国药理学与毒理学杂志 3: 443-448.

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Fakhoury M (2017) The habenula in psychiatric disorders: more than three decades of translational investigation. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews.

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