M Dawber

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Humans often respond to stress by overeating. A rat model of hyperphagia induced by a stressful tail-pinch has been described. Consumption of sweetened condensed milk by vaive rats was measured durin the stress. This milk drinking was prevented by pretreatment with d-amphetamine, chlorphentermine, diethylpropion, fenfluramine, methamphetamine, morphine,(More)
Longitudinal sleep studies in chronically implanted cats revealed a unique first night effect. Unlike other species, during the first 24 hr of sleep recording, the electroencephalogram and reticular formation multiple unit activity revealed more rapid eye movement sleep occurred than during subsequent 24 hr recording sessions. In addition, higher rapid eye(More)
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