Behavioral analysis of drug action; research and commentary. Edited by John A. Harvey.


Glenview, Ill., Scott, Foresman [1971] .

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Subjects Drugs -- Psychological aspects.
Hallucinogenic drugs.
Psychopharmacology.
Description 173 p. illus. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents Studies on behavior. 1. Differential sensitivity to pentobarbital of pecking performance in pigeons depending on the schedule of reward. 2. The effects of pentobarbital, methamphetamine and scopolamine on performances in pigeons involving discriminations. By P. B. Dews.--State-dependent or "dissociated" learning produced with pentobarbital, by D. A. Overton.--The effects of tranquilizers on positively and negatively motivated behavior in rats, by O. S. Ray.--Temporary and partial antagonism by L-Dopa of reserpine-induced suppression of a conditioned avoidance response, by L. S. Seiden and A. Carlsson.--Brain and heart catecholamine levels after L-Dopa administration in reserpine treated mice: correlations with a conditioned avoidance response, by L. S. Seiden and A. Carlsson.--Comparison between the effects of hypothalamic lesions on brain amine levels and drug action, by J. A. Harvey.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00162192
(OCoLC)162192
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