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213 13 13 5 5 Dr. Ghazi M. Al-Hachim Gregory B. Fink Oregon State University Corvallis Pharmacology Dept. College of Pharmacy Riyadh Saudi Arabia Pharmacology Dept. College of Medicine Baghdad Iraq Summary Female mice were given 2.5 mg/kg body weight DDT and 3 mg/kg Parathion during the first,...
213 13 13 5 5 Tommy Lewander Department of Physiology I Karolinska Institutet Stockholm 60 Psychiatric Research Center Ulleråker Hospital Uppsala 17 Summary Administration of 16 mg/kg of dl-amphetamine sulphate twice daily caused a 3- to 5-fold increase in the urinary output of noradrenaline and...
213 13 13 5 5 Raymond Levy Academic Department of Psychiatry Middlesex Hospital Medical School England Summary The effects of chlorpromazine on the sentence structure of four schizophrenic patients is described. The measure chosen was the “subordination-index” (S.I.) which is a ratio of the...
213 13 13 5 5 Donald F. Klein Hillside Hospital Glen Oaks N.Y. Summary Analyses of clinical drug effects have largely been derived from univariate rating scale or global improvement scale data. In general, global improvement scales have proved more sensitive and clinically useful than univariate...
213 13 13 5 5 David M. Warburton University of California Irvine Summary Rats were trained on a continuous avoidance schedule where the response was running from one end of a box to the other. In this situation hypers sensitivity to 15 mg/kg of sodium pentobarbital was found, when this dose...
213 13 13 5 5 Maressa Hecht Orzack Constance L. Taylor Conan Kornetsky Division of Psychiatry Boston University School of Medicine Boston University Medical Center USA Summary The effects of magnesium pemoline were compared to those of caffeine and methylphenidate on the performance of a...
213 13 13 5 5 A. S. Kulkarni Department of Pharmacology Mead Johnson Research Center 47721 Evansville Indiana Summary d -Amphetamine sulfate (1 mg/kg) was studied for its effect on acquisition (learning) of a conditioned avoidance response. Acquisition consisted of a single session of 700 trials...
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