Josien Granneman

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The cataleptic effect of the dopaminergic blockers spiroperidol and haloperidol was investigated in developing rats. Both neuroleptics were found to produce less catalepsy in 15 day old rats than in either 10 or 20 day old animals. It is proposed that the decrement in catalepsy occurring between 10 and 15 days of age is related to increased dopaminergic(More)
Adolescence has been described as an important period to acquire social competences required for adult life. It has been suggested that early stress experiences could affect the development of the brain at different levels. These changes in the brain during adolescence may be related with the development of psychopathologies such as depression and social(More)
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