PMID: 38476May 25, 1979

Discriminative stimulus properties of psychomotor stimulants in the cat

Psychopharmacology
M M Kilbey, E H Ellinwood

Abstract

Cats were trained to choose between two levels or an operant chamber using interoceptive cues provided by d-amphetamine or saline as the discriminative stimuli. Following training, stimulus generalization was observed to additional doses of d-amphetamine and cocaine. but not to morphine. Clozapine blocked the generalization of the drug discrimination response to d-amphetamine, but had no effect on generalization to cocaine. These data indicate that discriminative stimulus properties of psychomotor stimulants, previously described in rats, are similar in cats.

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