Disney has to be the king of family friendly companies as evidenced by the fact that they are famous all over the world and have created a bevy of characters that children embrace and recognize. While it is easy to argue that their most famous entities have to be the famed Disney Princesses, Ariel, Belle Tiana and Jasmine, for instance, that is but the tip of the iceberg. Between the shows that they are involved in producing, as well as the ones that are filmed specifically for Disney-branded channels, their fingers are in a lot of pies. While they typically focus on shows that are child-friendly, they are in a business where attractiveness routinely seems to be of paramount importance. In order for a television mom to qualify for consideration on this list, the series they were involved with needs to have been connected to Disney in some way. As a result, we will only be looking at shows that Disney either had a hand in producing, or those that aired on a Disney-owned channel like ABC during their initial airing.
The publisher's final edited version of this article is available at Neuroscience See other articles in PMC that cite the published article. Abstract Methamphetamine Meth is a highly addictive stimulant. Meth abuse is commonly associated with the practice of sexual risk behavior and increased prevalence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Meth users report heightened sexual desire, arousal, and sexual pleasure. The biological basis for this drug-sex nexus is unknown. The current study demonstrates that Meth administration in male rats activates neurons in brain regions of the mesolimbic system that are involved in the regulation of sexual behavior. Specifically, Meth and mating co-activate cells in the nucleus accumbens core and shell, basolateral amygdala, and anterior cingulate cortex. These findings illustrate that in contrast to current belief drugs of abuse can activate the same cells as a natural reinforcer, i.