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Validation of open : closed arm entries in an elevated plus-maze as a measure of anxiety in the rat
Anxiolytic and anxiogenic drug effects on exploratory activity in an elevated plus-maze: A novel test of anxiety in the rat
A review of 25 years of the social interaction test.
Effects of moderate alcohol consumption on the central nervous system.
The cognitive effects of acute and chronic moderate intake of ethanol is reviewed, and although a number of studies have noted a measurable diminution in neuropsychologic parameters in habitual consumers of moderate amounts of ethanol, others have not found such changes.
The influence of open arm ledges and maze experience in the elevated plus-maze
The use of social interaction as a method for detecting anxiolytic activity of chlordiazepoxide-like drugs
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- Psychology, BiologyJournal of Neuroscience Methods
- 1 June 1980
CAN SOCIAL INTERACTION BE USED TO MEASURE ANXIETY?
Chlordiazepoxide (5 mg/kg) given chronically prevented or significantly reduced the decrease in social interaction that occurred in undrugged rats as the light level or the unfamiliarity of the test box was increased.
Bimodal modulation by nicotine of anxiety in the social interaction test: role of the dorsal hippocampus.
The results show that the dorsal hippocampus is one area that can mediate anxiogenic effects in the social interaction test, but the brain region mediating anxiolytic effects remains to be identified.
Endocannabinoid system and stress and anxiety responses