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Scopolamine-induced cholinergic hypofunction selectively impaired the recognition accuracy of disgust and anger facial expressions. The effects of scopolamine on emotion-recognition are similar to those found in Huntington’s disease patients. Furthermore, the impairments in anger and fear...
Drug-paired stimuli control selective attention, instrumental drug-seeking behaviour and positive emotional state by eliciting an explicit expectation of drug availability.
In healthy elderly, acute oral lorazepam administration resulted in dose-dependent RF, which was associated with greater anterograde amnestic and sedative effects.
We previously reported that depletion of brain tyrosine attenuated the acute clozapine (CLZ)-induced increase in medial prefrontal cortex (MPFC) dopamine (DA) levels. This effect was now examined after chronic CLZ treatment. Male rats received CLZ (10 mg kg −1 day −1 ) in drinking water for...
The study suggests that dronabinol was able to reduce nocturnal motor activity and agitation in severely demented patients. Thus, it appears that dronabinol may be a safe new treatment option for behavioral and circadian disturbances in dementia.
Mid-aged and aged PRKO and wild-type mice demonstrated rapid P or 3α,5α-THP-facilitated lordosis that may be, in part, independent of activity at PRs.
Repeated association of the peak behavioral effects of high doses of amphetamine or cocaine with the drug-paired environment produces maximal expression of sensitized locomotor responses. Certain testing conditions appear to disrupt sensitization to these same doses of the drugs.
We confirm that acute doses of caffeine, at levels typically found in a cup of coffee, produce stimulant-like subjective effects and enhance performance in light, nondependent caffeine users. These findings support the idea that the drug has psychoactive effects even in the absence of withdrawal.
This study demonstrates a valuable tool to investigate the physiological and biophysical basis of drug action on the central nervous system, offering the means to distinguish the physiological from neural sources of the BOLD fMRI signal.
These data demonstrate that social stress is as effective as physical stress in reinstating morphine-seeking.
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