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213 36 36 1 1 Alan S. Hollister George R. Breese Barrett R. Cooper Departments of Pharmacology and Psychiatry, Biological Sciences Research Center, Child Development Institute University of North Carolina School of Medicine Chapel Hill North Carolina Abstract The significance of central...
213 36 36 1 1 Charles J. Meliska Thomas E. Sawicky Monmouth College 61462 Monmouth Illinois Abstract Four rats were first trained to make a light-dark discrimination by making electrical stimulation of the brain (ESB) available to them for responses made in the presence of one stimulus ( S D ),...
213 36 36 1 1 A. R. Cools Department of Pharmacology University of Nijmegen Nijmegen The Netherlands Abstract In order to study the relationship between dopamine (DA) and serotonin (5-HT) mechanisms in the caudate nucleus of cats, a behavioural analysis has been made of effects brought about by...
213 36 36 1 1 David S. Bell Robert J. Kirkby Alan C. Preston Psychiatric Research Unit 2039 Rozelle NSW Australia Abstract The development of tolerance to the hyperactivating effects of methylamphetamine was studied in the laboratory rat. The results of Experiment I indicated that tolerance did...
213 36 36 1 1 Irving Cohen John F. Fischer Wolfgang H. Vogel Department of Pharmacology Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia Pennsylvania Abstract Hydroxymescaline (HM) and Β -phenylethylamine (PEA) affected the conditioned-avoidance responses (CAR) in rats after i.p. injection of 100 mg/kg...
213 36 36 1 1 Michael R. Vasko Michael P. Lutz Edward F. Domino Michigan Neuropsychopharmacology Research Program, Department of Pharmacology University of Michingan Ann Arbor Michigan and Lafayette Clinic Detroit Michigan Abstract The structure-activity relationships (SAR) of various known...
213 36 36 1 1 Claudio Castellano Laboratorio di Psicobiologia e Psicofarmacologia C.N.R. 1, via Reno 00198 Roma Italy Abstract Cocaine, pemoline and amphetamine have been tested on mice trained to swim toward the light (L Procedure) or toward the dark (D Procedure) in a Y water-maze, in pre- and...
213 36 36 1 1 Susan J. Sara Michèle David-Remacle Center for Experimental and Comparative Psychology University of Louvain Pellenberg Belgium Abstract Rats were trained at a one trial passive avoidance task and were then submitted to electroconvulsive shock or sham electroconvulsive shock....
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