SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS:


BOOKS:


Zito, B., & Tomie, A.  (2014). The Tail of the Raccoon: Secrets of Addiction. Princeton, NJ: ZT Enterprises, LLC.   E-reader.  Kindle Direct Publishing.


Zito, B., & Tomie, A.  (2014). The Tail of the Raccoon: Secrets of Addiction. Princeton, NJ: ZT Enterprises, LLC.  Paperback, Createspace.


Zito, B., & Tomie, A.  (2015).  The Tail of the Raccoon: Secrets of Addiction (Illustrated). Princeton, NJ: ZT Enterprises, LLC. Paperback, Createspace. 

Zito, B., & Tomie, A. (2015).  The Tail of the Raccoon, Part II: Touching the Invisible. Princeton, NJ: ZT Enterprises, LLC.  E-reader. Kindle Direct Publishing. 

Zito, B., & Tomie, A. (2015).  The Tail of the Raccoon, Part II: Touching the Invisible.Princeton, NJ: ZT Enterprises, LLC.  Paperback, Createspace. 

Zito, B., & Tomie, A. (2016).  The Tail of the Raccoon, Part III: DeparturesPrinceton, NJ: ZT Enterprises, LLC.  E-reader. Kindle Direct Publishing.

Zito, B., & Tomie, A. (2016).  The Tail of the Raccoon, Part III: DeparturesPrinceton, NJ: ZT Enterprises, LLC.  Paperback, Createspace. 

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

Tomie, A., Badaway, N., Rutyna, J. (2016).  Sign-Tracking Model of Loss of Self-Control of Drug-Taking.  In: Recent Advances in Substance Abuse.  Open access e-book.  Avid Science: Berlin. Published April 2016.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES:

Tomie, A., Samuel, A. G., Merchant, A., & Yu, L. (2016).  The Effects of Proximal and Distal Social Stimulation on Ethanol Intake in Male and Female CD-1 MiceJournal of Drug and Alcohol Research, 5, Article ID 235949, 9 pages.

Tomie, A., Samuel, A.G., Sprung, D.M., Malul, Y., and Yu, L. (2015). Effects of Number of Cagemates on Home-Cage Ethanol Drinking During Proximal Cagemate Drinking (PCD) Procedures in Male and Female CD-1 Mice.  Progress in NeuroPsychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry, 57, 1-10.  

Tomie, A., DeFuria, A. A., Jones, H. A., Edwards, S. D., Yu, L.  (2014).  Effects of Cagemate Gender and the Cagemate's access to ethanol on ethanol and water intake of the proximal male or the proximal female CD-1 mouse. Alcohol, 48, 73-82.


Tomie, A., and Sharma, N. (2013).  Pavlovian Sign-Tracking Model of alcohol abuse. Current Drug Abuse Reviews, 6, 201-219.

 

Tomie, A., Azogu, I., & Yu, L.  (2013).  Effects of naltrexone on post-abstinence ethanol drinking in C57BL/6 and DBA/2J Mice.  Progress in NeuroPsychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry, 44, 240-247.  

Tomie, A., Lincks, M., Nadarajah, S.D., Pohorecky, L.A., Yu, L.  (2012).  Pairings of lever and food induce Pavlovian conditioned approach of sign-tracking and goal-tracking in C57BL/6 Mice Behavioural Brain Research, 226, 571-578.  


Tomie, A., Costea, N.R., Vohra, K., & Pohorecky, L.A. (2011).  Effects of Removing Food on Maintenance of Drinking Initiated by Pairings of Sipper and Food.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 98, 462-467.
           
Tomie, A., Grimes, K. L., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2008).  Behavioral characteristics and neurobiological substrates shared by Pavlovian sign-tracking and drug abuseBrain Research Reviews, 58, 121-135.


Tomie, A., Lewis, K., Curiotto, J., & Pohorecky, L.A. (2007).  Intermittent exposure to a social stimulus enhances ethanol drinking in rats.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 87, 341-348.


Tomie, A., Miller, W., Dranoff, E., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2006).  Intermittent presentations of ethanol sipper tube induce ethanol drinking in rats.  Alcohol & Alcoholism, 41, 225-230. 


Tomie, A., Hosszu, R., Rosenberg, R., Gittleman, J., Patterson-Buckendahl, P. & Pohorecky, L. A. (2006).  An inter-gender effect on ethanol drinking in rats: Proximal females increase ethanol drinking in males. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 83, 307-313. 


Tomie, A., Gittleman, J., Dranoff, E., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2005).  Social interaction opportunity and intermittent presentations of ethanol sipper tube induce ethanol drinking in rats. Alcohol, 35, 43-55.


Tomie, A., Wong, L. E., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2004).  Autoshaping of chlordiazepoxide drinking in non-deprived rats.  Behavioural Brain Research, 157, 273-281.


Tomie, A., Tirado, A. D., Yu, L., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2004).  Pavlovian autoshaping procedures increase plasma corticosterone and levels of norepinephrine and serotonin in prefrontal cortex in ratsBehavioural Brain Research, 153, 97-105.


Tomie, A., Di Poce, J., Aguado, A. S., Janes, A., Benjamin, D., & Pohorecky, L. A. (2003).  Effects of autoshaping procedures on 3H-8-OH-DPAT-labeled 5-HT1a binding and 125I-LSD labeled 5-HT2a binding in rat brain.  Brain Research, 975, 167-178.