Recent Publications

Recent Publications

Thakore, N., Reno, J. M., Gonzales, R.A., Schallert, T., Bell, R.L , Maddox, W. T. and Duvauchelle, C.L.. Alcohol enhances unprovoked 22-28 kHz USV counts and suppresses USV mean frequency in High Alcohol Drinking (HAD-1) male rats. Behavioural Brain Research, 302:228-236, 2016.

Reno, J. M., Thakore, N., Gonzales, R., Schallert, T., Bell, R.L. Maddox, W.T., and Duvauchelle, C.L. Alcohol-preferring P rats emit spontaneous 22-28kHz ultrasonic vocalizations that are altered by acute and chronic alcohol experience. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, Alcohol Clin Exp Res, Vol 39 (5):843–852, 2015.

Reno, J.M and Duvauchelle, C.L. Response to Commentary: Making WAAVES in the vocalization community: how big is the splash? J. Neurosci Methods (221), 230-232, 2014.

Reno, J.M., Marker, B.A., Cormack, L.K., Schallert, T. and Duvauchelle, C.L. Automating ultrasonic vocalization analyses: The WAAVES program. J Neurosci Methods. (219) 155-161. 2013.

McAleer, L.M., Schallert, T., Duvauchelle, C.L. Weekend Ecstasy use disrupts memory in rats, Neurosci Lett. 549, 173-176, 2013.

Ahrens, A.M., Nobile, C.W., Maier, E.Y., Duvauchelle, C.L., and Schallert, T. Individual differences in the conditioned and unconditioned rat 50-kHz ultrasonic vocalizations elicited by repeated amphetamine exposure. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 229(4):687-700, 2013.

Maier, E.Y. Abdalla, M.I., Ahrens, A.M., Schallert, T. Duvauchelle, C. L. The missing variable: Ultrasonic vocalizations reveal hidden sensitization and tolerance-like effects during long-term cocaine administration. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 219(4):1141-52. 2012.

Feduccia, A.A. and Duvauchelle, C.L. Novel Apparatus and Method for Assessing Drug Reinforcement. JoVE. 42, 2010.

Maier, E. Y., Ma, S.T., Ahrens, A.M., Schallert, T. and Duvauchelle, C.L. Assessment of Ultrasonic Vocalizations During Drug Self-Administration in Rats. JoVE 41. 2010.

Maier, E. Y., Ahrens, A.M., Ma, S.T., Schallert, T. and Duvauchelle, C.L. Cocaine Deprivation Effect: Cue Abstinence over Weekends Boosts Anticipatory 50-kHz Ultrasonic Vocalizations in Rats. Behav Brain Res.214(1):75-9, 2010.

Feduccia, A.A. and Duvauchelle, C.L. Heat increases MDMA-enhanced NAcc 5-HT and body temperature, but not MDMA self-administration, Eur Neuropsychopharmacol. 20(12):884-94, 2010.

Ma, S.T., Maier, E.Y., Ahrens, A.M., Schallert, T. and Duvauchelle, C.L. Repeated Intravenous Cocaine Experience: Development and Escalation of Pre-Drug Anticipatory 50-kHz Ultrasonic Vocalizations in Rats, Behav Brain Res., 212(1):109-14, 2010.

Reveron, M.E., Maier, E.Y. and Duvauchelle, C.L. Behavioral, thermal and neurochemical effects of acute and chronic 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (“Ecstasy”) self-administration, Behav Brain Res, 207(2):500-7, 2010.

Ahrens, A.M., MA, S.T., Maier, E.Y., Duvauchelle, C.L. and Schallert, T. Repeated intravenous amphetamine exposure: Rapid, persistent sensitization of 50-kHz ultrasonic trill calls in rats. Behav Brain Res, 197(1):205-9, 2009.

Feduccia, A.A. and Duvauchelle, C. L. Auditory stimuli enhance MDMA-conditioned reward and MDMA-induced nucleus accumbens dopamine, serotonin and locomotor responses. Brain Res Bull. 77(4):189-96, 2008.

Maier, E. Y., Ledesma, R. T., Seiwell, A.P. and Duvauchelle, C.L. Diazepam alters cocaine self-administration, but not cocaine-stimulated locomotion or nucleus accumbens basal dopamine. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 91(1):202-7, 2008.

Howard, E.C., Scheir, C.J., Duvauchelle, C.L., Gonzales, R.A. Intravenous ethanol infusion effects on dopamine in the nucleus accumbens core and shell Neuroscience. 2008 Jun 26;154(3):1042-53, 2008.

Dickerson,, S.M., Walker, D.M. Reveron, M.E. Duvauchelle, C.L. and Gore, A.C. Self-administration of the recreational drug ecstasy disrupts the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal reproductive axis in adult male rats. Neuroendocrinology. 88(2):95-102, 2008.

D’Souza, M.S. and Duvauchelle, C.L. Certain or uncertain cocaine expectations influence accumbens dopamine responses to self-administered cocaine and non-rewarded operant behavior. Eur Neuropsychopharmacol. 18(9):628-38, 2008.


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