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213 15 15 1 1 Camillo Bianchi Ernesta Marazzi-Uberti Laboratori Ricerche dell'Istituto De Angeli Milano Italia Summary Pemoline (2-imino-5-phenyl-4-oxazolidinone), four of its derivatives and six CNS stimulants have been tested orally for their effect in improving acquisition of an avoidance...
213 15 15 1 1 Eleonore E. Herkert Wolfram Keup Research Facility Brooklyn State Hospital 11203 Brooklyn N. Y. Summary Ten chronic schizophrenic patients received α -methyldopa during 13 weeks, in doses up to 6 Gm/day. The patients were evaluated psychiatrically and, simultaneously, their urinary...
213 15 15 1 1 J. Christiansen Ole J. Rafaelsen Psychochemistry Laboratory, Department of Psychiatry and Department of Clinical Chemistry Rigshospitalet Copenhagen Denmark Summary Cannabis was administered to volunteers in a dose of 750 mg which was drunk of a “tea”. Cannabis metabolites were...
213 15 15 1 1 Ronald K. Siegel Department of Psychology Dalhousie University Halifax Nova Scotia Summary Four pigeons were trained on a visual discrimination task which required conditional responding along the independent dimensions of form and color. High doses of Cannabis sativa (marihuana)...
213 15 15 1 1 Lewis R. Gollub Walter G. Mann Jr. Psychopharmacology Laboratory, Department of Psychology University of Maryland College Park Md. USA Summary Bar pressing was maintained by food reinforcement of each fiftieth response (FR50 schedule). Rats were tested at 3 levels of food...
213 15 15 1 1 K. Bättig Institut für Hygiene und Arbeitsphysiologie ETH Zürich Summary In sessions of ten runs each, swimming time of rats through a 4 m long water alley was measured. Four doses of nicotine (0.05; 0.1; 0.2; 0.4 mg/kg given intraperitoneally 30 minutes before testing) were...
213 15 15 1 1 P. E. Freedman Alexander J. Rosen Department of Psychology University of Illinois Chicago Illinois Summary Central nervous system stimulants (amphetamine, methylphenidate), depressants (sodium amobarbital, reserpine, tetrabenezine, chlorpromazine) and anti-depressants (iproniazid,...
213 15 15 1 1 Harold L. Williams Boyd K. Lester Joe D. Coulter Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences University of Oklahoma Medical Center 800 Northeast Thirteenth Street 73104 Oklahoma City Oklahoma Summary Sleep physiological patterns were examined following a single oral dose (500...
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