PMID: 5908076Feb 11, 1966

Magnesium pemoline: enhancement of learning and memory of a conditioned avoidance response

Science
N P Plotnikoff

Abstract

Magnesium pemoline, a mild stimulant of the central nervous system, enhances the acquisition and retention of a conditioned avoidance response in rats. Methamphetamine and methylphenidate do not have this effect.

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