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ORAL SELF-ADMINISTRATION OF ETHANOL, PHENCYCLIDINE, METHADONE, PENTOBARBITAL AND QUININE IN RHESUS MONKEYS
Rationale: Simultaneous and sequential drug use among clinical populations is the norm, whereas the pattern of self-administration of multiple drugs among non-human primate populations has not been thoroughly explored. Objectives: To determine the relationship between the preferences and intakes of a large group of rhesus monkeys exposed to various orally available solutions. Methods: Thirteen male and eleven female young adult rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) were exposed to orally availabledoi:10.1097/00008877-199808000-00216 fatcat:bmechbee65gnpko7f2o2qn3tl4