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The study of morphines influence on vocalization and movement, nociceptive reactivity in rats in free behavior, during trauma of an extremity, intraperitoneal acetic acid administration and two-hour restraint allow us to reveal specific analgesic actions of this substance in doses comparable to...
This study was designed to examine the effects of psychological stress and oxytocin treatment (5.8 or 11.6 IU/kg) on noradrenaline, dopamine and serotonin levels in the hypothalamus, hippocampus and brainstem. Results indicated that repeated exposure to the novelty stressor resulted in amine...
Studies with orgonotypic culture of ventral spinal cord revealed that bombesin at 10 −4 to 10 −2 M exerts a marked growth-stimulating effect. The presence of bombesin, the neuritic extension of ventral spinal cord exceeds control values 1.5–4.8 times. The growth zone of spinal cord explants...
Studies of the magnetoencephalogram (MEG) in epileptic patients suffering from focal epilepsies showed that activities in the MEG appear which are detectable in the scalp-recorded electroencephalogram. A novel technique was developed (Anninos et al. , 1987) characterized by mapping the scalp...
EEG and autonomic indices were measured in basal, tonic, and phasic conditions in order to delineate the nature of arousal dysfunction in schizophrenics as compared to normals. The experimental procedure involved six continuous recording sessions consisting of a basal recording before and after...
Two female Parkinsonian patients with levodopa-induced “On-Off” responded dramatically to administration of L-tryptophan supplementation. This report highlights the role of serotonergic deficiency in the pathophysiology of Parkinson's disease and of levodopa-induced motor fluctuations, and...
Cerebral asymmetry can be considered along two continua—one based on direction (i.e., left or right) and another based on magnitude (i.e., symmetrical or asymmetrical). The possibility exists that these continua operate independently (Collins, 1981). To examine this possibility, the brains of...
The present study was concerned with a tachistoscopic investigation of asymmetry of recognition of different facial emotional expressions. Twenty-eight subjects had nine different drawings of facial expressions (either positive, negative, or neutral in emotional content) presented either to the...
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