Scott E. Bowen
Scott E. Bowen
Professor & Chair of Psychology, Wayne State University
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The last decade of solvent research in animal models of abuse: mechanistic and behavioral studies
SE Bowen, JC Batis, N Paez-Martinez, SL Cruz
Neurotoxicology and teratology 28 (6), 636-647, 2006
Inhalant use and inhalant use disorders in the United States
MO Howard, SE Bowen, EL Garland, BE Perron, MG Vaughn
Addiction science & clinical practice 6 (1), 18, 2011
Deaths associated with inhalant abuse in Virginia from 1987 to 1996
SE Bowen, J Daniel, RL Balster
Drug and alcohol dependence 53 (3), 239-245, 1999
The effects of abused inhalants on mouse behavior in an elevated plus-maze
SE Bowen, JL Wiley, RL Balster
European journal of pharmacology 312 (2), 131-136, 1996
A direct comparison of inhalant effects on locomotor activity and schedule-controlled behavior in mice.
SE Bowen, RL Balster
Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology 6 (3), 235, 1998
Reproductive toxicology and teratology of abused toluene
JH Hannigan, SE Bowen
Systems biology in reproductive medicine 56 (2), 184-200, 2010
Abuse pattern of gestational toluene exposure and early postnatal development in rats
SE Bowen, JC Batis, MH Mohammadi, JH Hannigan
Neurotoxicology and teratology 27 (1), 105-116, 2005
Phencyclidine-and diazepam-like discriminative stimulus effects of inhalants in mice.
SE Bowen, JL Wiley, HE Jones, RL Balster
Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology 7 (1), 28, 1999
Two serious and challenging medical complications associated with volatile substance misuse: sudden sniffing death and fetal solvent syndrome
SE Bowen
Substance use & misuse 46 (sup1), 68-72, 2011
Developmental toxicity of prenatal exposure to toluene
SE Bowen, JH Hannigan
The AAPS journal 8 (2), E419-E424, 2006
Differential effects of inhaled toluene on locomotor activity in adolescent and adult rats
JC Batis, JH Hannigan, SE Bowen
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 96 (4), 438-448, 2010
Functional observational battery comparing effects of ethanol, 1, 1, 1-trichloroethane, ether, and flurothyl
SE Bowen, JL Wiley, EB Evans, ME Tokarz, RL Balster
Neurotoxicology and teratology 18 (5), 577-585, 1996
Decreased sensitivity in adolescent vs. adult rats to the locomotor activating effects of toluene
SE Bowen, JD Charlesworth, ME Tokarz, MJ Wright Jr, JL Wiley
Neurotoxicology and teratology 29 (6), 599-606, 2007
Effects of inhaled 1, 1, 1-trichloroethane on locomotor activity in mice
SE Bowen, RL Balster
Neurotoxicology and teratology 18 (1), 77-81, 1996
A comparison of the acute behavioral effects of inhaled amyl, ethyl, and butyl acetate in mice
SE Bowen, RL Balster
Toxicological Sciences 35 (2), 189-196, 1997
Biphasic effects of 1, 1, 1-trichloroethane on the locomotor activity of mice: relationship to blood and brain solvent concentrations
DA Warren, SE Bowen, WB Jennings, CE Dallas, RL Balster
Toxicological Sciences 56 (2), 365-373, 2000
Neurochemical changes after acute binge toluene inhalation in adolescent and adult rats: a high-resolution magnetic resonance spectroscopy study
SK O'Leary-Moore, MP Galloway, AP McMechan, S Irtenkauf, ...
Neurotoxicology and teratology 31 (6), 382-389, 2009
Alterations in rat fetal morphology following abuse patterns of toluene exposure
SE Bowen, S Irtenkauf, JH Hannigan, AL Stefanski
Reproductive Toxicology 27 (2), 161-169, 2009
Abuse pattern of toluene exposure alters mouse behavior in a waiting-for-reward operant task
SE Bowen, P McDonald
Neurotoxicology and teratology 31 (1), 18-25, 2009
Increases in amphetamine-like discriminative stimulus effects of the abused inhalant toluene in mice
SE Bowen
Psychopharmacology 186 (4), 517-524, 2006
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