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by B. Olivier,J. Mos,P.F. Brain


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Studies Contrasting Drug Effects on Reproduction Induced Agonistic Behaviour in Male and Female Mice.

Human aggressive behaviour occurring in the natural environment has frequently been related to prior drug ingestion (. Cherek and Steinberg 1986; Tinklenberg and Stillman 1970). The association between alcohol consumption and subsequent human aggressive behaviour has been frequently reported and is generally accepted as a causative relationship. Such naturalistic observations obviously focus upon the administration of drugs which precede increased probabilities of aggressive behaviour.

In book: Ethopharmacology of Agonistic Behaviour in Humans and Animals, Chapter: The utility . Conference on ethoexperimental approaches to using animal models to study human neuroses and psychoses.

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Ethopharmacological and analyses of agonistic behaviour . Ethopharmacological Studies of Aggression in Rats. Psychopharmacology of social play. The relationship between ethanol and aggression: studies using ethological models. Serotonergic modulation of agonistic behavior. Pro-aggressive actions of benzodiazepines. Behavioural effects of psychoactive drugs on agonistic behaviour of male territorial rats (resident-intruder model). B Olivier, H Van Aken, +3 authors LD Bradford. Alan R Liss Inc, 1984.

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Published in: Animal Behaviour. IMPORTANT NOTE: You are advised to consult the publisher's version (publisher's PDF) if you wish to cite from it. Please check the document version below. Document Version Publisher's PDF, also known as Version of record. Citation for published version (APA): Koolhaas, J. Brain, P. F. (E., Mos, J., & Olivier, B. (1988). Ethopharmacology of Agonistic Behaviour in Animals and Humans. Animal Behaviour, 36, 1864-1865.

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. Aggression research is in a rapid state of development. The accelerating knowledge of neurotransmitter systems in the brain, their behavioural functions and the development of drugs which may specifically affect systems related to attack and defence is fruitfully combined with studies in which basic ethological observation and quantification techniques are used more routinely. Moreover, much of the experimental effort has finally applied some order to the initial chaos which afflicted the various experimental aggression models used in pharmacological, physiological and ethological research. This highly desirable trend not only leads to a better understanding of the phenomena studied and the terminologies employed, but it increases our awareness of the multiplicity of factors that are important, making it difficult to allow over hasty and simple generalizations. This book is a compilation of studies presented at the International Society for Research on Aggression meeting in Chicago 1986, in which leading investigators were invited to cover aspects of ethopharmacological aggression research in a wide variety of species, including studies on humans. The level to which ethological techniques have been incorporated into the various areas of research differs, as well as the knowledge and understanding of the neurotransmitter and experimental drug action on brain functioning in mammalian species. This naturally results in data which are not always easy to compare or to extrapolate between species but useful indicators are starting to emerge.
Ethopharmacology of Agonistic Behaviour in Animals and Humans (Topics in the Neurosciences) download epub
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Author: B. Olivier,J. Mos,P.F. Brain
ISBN: 0898389720
Category: Medical Books
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1987 edition (October 31, 1987)
Pages: 228 pages