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Cocaine administration to laboratory animals may produce locomotor hyperactivity and stereotypies that include sniffing and rearing, in addition to anxiety-like effects. A time-sampling study of the effects of 3, 10 or 30 mg/kg cocaine (i.p.) over time following injection indicated early enhancement of locomotion and crouching, with the latter most(More)
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