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Rinah Tikvah Yamamoto, PH.D.

TitleInstructor in Psychiatry
InstitutionMcLean Hospital
DepartmentPsychiatry
AddressMclean Hospital
Neuroimaging Ctr
115 Mill St
Belmont MA 02478
Phone617/855-2862

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  1. Yamamoto RT, Foulds-Mathes W, Kanarek RB. Antinociceptive actions of peripheral glucose administration. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2014 Feb; 117:34-9.
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  2. Yamamoto RT, Rohan ML, Goletiani N, Olson D, Peltier M, Renshaw PF, Mello NK. Nicotine related brain activity: The influence of smoking history and blood nicotine levels, an exploratory study. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2013 Apr 1; 129(1-2):137-44.
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  3. Elman I, Becerra L, Tschibelu E, Yamamoto R, George E, Borsook D. Yohimbine-induced amygdala activation in pathological gamblers: a pilot study. PLoS One. 2012; 7(2):e31118.
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  4. Yamamoto R, Ariely D, Chi W, Langleben DD, Elman I. Gender differences in the motivational processing of babies are determined by their facial attractiveness. PLoS One. 2009; 4(6):e6042.
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  5. Yamamoto, R. T., Ariely, D., Chi, W., Langleben, D. D., & Elman, I. . Gender differences in the motivational processing of babies are determined by their facial attractivness. Public Library of Science, One. 2009; 4(6):E6042.
  6. Yamamoto RT, Teter CJ, Barros TL, McCarthy E, Mileti C, Juliano T, Medeiros CL, Looby A, Maywalt MA, McNeil JF, Olson D, Mallya G, Lukas SE, Renshaw PF, Kaufman MJ. Antiandrogen pretreatment alters cocaine pharmacokinetics in men. J Addict Med. 2007 Dec; 1(4):198-204.
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  7. Yamamoto, R. T., Teter, C. J., Barros, T. L., McCarthy, E., Mileti, C., Juliano, T., Medeiros, C. L., Looby, A., Maywalt, M. A., McNeil, J. F., Olson, D., Mallya, G., Lukas, S. E., Renshaw, P. F., and Kaufman, M. J. . Antiandrogen pretreatment alters cocaine pharmacokinetics in men. Journal of Addiction Medicine. 2007; 1(4):198-204.
  8. Yamamoto RT, Karlsgodt KH, Rott D, Lukas SE, Elman I. Effects of perceived cocaine availability on subjective and objective responses to the drug. Subst Abuse Treat Prev Policy. 2007; 2:30.
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  9. R.T. Yamamoto, C.J. Teter, T.L. Barros, T. Juliano, A. Looby, J. McNeil, D. Olson, G. Mallya, S.E. Lukas, P.F. Renshaw, M.J. Kaufman. Invited Oral Presentation - Flutamide pretreatment alters cocaine pharmacokinetics in men. 2007.
  10. R.T.Yamamoto, RT, T.L. Barros, E. McCarthy, C. Mileti, T. Juliano, A. Looby, M. Cote, J. McNeil, D. Olson, G. Mallya, S.E. Lukas, P.F. Renshaw, M.J. Kaufman. Flutamide reduces benzoylecgonine levels following cocaine infusion in men. 2006.
  11. Yamamoto, RT & Kanarek, RB. Glucose administered either i.p. or into the PAG increases the antinociceptive potency of morphine, administered into the PAG or i.p., respectively . Program No. 49.8. 2005 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2005. Online. 2005.
  12. Rinah T. Yamamoto. Glucose Alters Pain-Response and Other Opiate-Related Behaviors. 2005.
  13. Kanarek, R. B., D’Anci, K. E., Foulds-Mathes, W., Yamamoto, R. T., Coy, R. T., and Leibovici, M. Dietary Modulation of the Behavioral Consequences of Psychoactive Drugs. Nutritional Neuroscience. H. R. Lieberman, R. B. Kanarek and C. Prasad’s (Eds.). 2005; 187-206.
  14. Yamamoto, RT & Kanarek, RB. Intraperitoneal glucose administration boosts the antinociceptive potency of intercerebroventricular morphine administration . Program No. 63.10. 2004 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2004. Online. 2004.
  15. Yamamoto, RT, Foulds-Mathes, W & Kanarek, RB. Antinociceptive actions of peripheral glucose administration. 2003 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2003. Online. 2003; 539.4.
  16. Yamamoto, RT & Kanarek, RB. Naloxone precipitated withdrawal from morphine is ameliorated by ip glucose administration . 2002 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2002. Online. 2002; program #248.11.
  17. Rinah T. Yamamoto. Interactions Between Morphine and Palatable Sweet Solutions: Consumption and Antinociception. 2001.
  18. Smith, RT, D'Ancy, KE & Kanarek, RB. The opiate system and its relationship with palatable sweet solutions. 2001.
  19. Yamamoto, RT & Kanarek, RB. Systemic glucose injection enhances morphine-induced antinociception in rats . Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 2001; 27 program #614.7.
  20. Smith, RT, Kanarek, RB D'Ancy, KE. Early chronic exposure to nutritive and non-nutritive sweet solutions alters oral morphine intake . Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 2000; 26 program #853.4.
  21. Smith, RT, Germone, TJ & Brown, SG. The relation between phase of menstrual cycle and health related symptoms. 1998.
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