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Anxiolytics antagonize yohimbine's discriminative stimulus properties

Psychopharmacology

Jan 1, 1981

R G Browne

PMID: 6115449

Abstract

Male Sprague-Dawley rats were trained to discriminate 3.2 mg/kg yohimbine HCl from saline in a two-lever operant procedure. Generalization tests indicated that piperoxane, another alpha 2-adrenergic blocker with anxiogenic properties in humans, produces yohimbine-like discriminati-effec...read more

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Yohimbin Spiegel
Corynanthine
Discrimination Learning
Meprobamate
Tolazoline
Cues
Anti-Anxiety Effect
WB 4101
Generalization, Stimulus
Ajmalicine
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Anxiolytics antagonize yohimbine's discriminative stimulus properties

Psychopharmacology

Jan 1, 1981

R G Browne

PMID: 6115449

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Abstract

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