S E De Rossett

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Rats were exposed to lead via the maternal milk. At 90 days of age, lead-exposed pairs and control pairs were tested for aggression induced by 5.0 mg/kg apomorphine. The large increase in aggression in response to apomorphine seen in controls was markedly attenuated in lead-treated subjects. In contrast, apomorphine-induced stereotypy was not affected.(More)
A battery of tests clinically employed for the estimation of auditory and visual recent memory dysfunction was administered to eight subjects having circumscribed damage to the temporal lobe. It was hypothesized that the performance of subjects with temporal lobe lesions would qualitatively resemble that of subjects intoxicated with marijuana. Where(More)
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