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Risperidone diminishes cue-elicited craving in withdrawn cocaine-dependent patients.
Risperidone, ERG and cocaine craving.
Neuropsychological deficits in withdrawn cocaine-dependent males.
Electroretinogram and cue-elicited craving in withdrawn cocaine-dependent patients: a replication.
Alcohol & drug abuse: a preliminary investigation of cocaine craving among persons with and without schizophrenia.
Risperidone decreases craving and relapses in individuals with schizophrenia and cocaine dependence.
Electroretinogram in withdrawn cocaine-dependent subjects. Relationship to cue-elicited craving.
An analysis of cue reactivity among persons with and without schizophrenia who are addicted to cocaine.
Cognitive disparity in schizophrenics with and without cocaine dependency.
Initial validation of the Voris Cocaine Craving Scale: a preliminary report.
A double-blind placebo-controlled pilot study of risperidone for decreasing cue-elicited craving in recently withdrawn cocaine dependent patients.
Executive and motor skill functioning among cocaine-dependent schizophrenics and non-drug-abusing schizophrenics.
A pilot study of Qigong for reducing cocaine craving early in recovery.
Genetic association of GABA-A receptor alpha-2 and mu opioid receptor with cocaine cue-reactivity: evidence for inhibitory synaptic neurotransmission involvement in cocaine dependence.
The validity and reliability of a brief measure of cocaine craving.
The efficacy of olanzapine for decreasing cue-elicited craving in individuals with schizophrenia and cocaine dependence: a preliminary report.
Cue-induced craving in patients with cocaine use disorder predicts cognitive control deficits toward cocaine cues.
iMStrong: Deployment of a Biosensor System to Detect Cocaine Use.
Increased Depression and Anxiety Symptoms are Associated with More Breakdowns in Cognitive Control to Cocaine Cues in Veterans with Cocaine Use Disorder.
Cocaine Related Disorders