PMID: 15296Mar 23, 1977

Effects of oxazolam, cloxazolam, and CS-386, new anti-anxiety drugs, on socially induced suppression and aggression in pairs of monkeys

Psychopharmacology
T KamiokaH Takagi

Abstract

This experiment was conducted to examine effects of oxazolam, cloxazolam, CS-386, and reference drugs on socially induced suppression and aggression in pairs of monkeys. Oxazolam, cloxazolam, and CS-386, as well as other benzodiazepines, at both ataxic and non-ataxic doses, attenuated the socially induced suppression, but failed to show inhibitory effect on the on the socially induced aggression. Chlorpromazine, at both slight-sedative and non-sedative doses, reduced neither socially induced suppression nor aggression. Imipramine did not produce any significant effect in this study.

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Jan 1, 1985·Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews·D Treit
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