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Attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity: a specific hypothesis of reward dysfunction.
Abstract Several hypotheses have been proposed to identify the dimensions along which children with Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity (ADDH) and normal children differ and to explain theExpand
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Sex, personality, and physiological variables in the communication of affect via facial expression.
"Senders" viewed 25 emotionally loaded color slides. Their facial expressions were observed via a hidden television camera by "observers" who made judgments about the nature of each slide and theExpand
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Communication of affect through facial expressions in humans.
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Behavioral effects of prenatal ethanol exposure and differential early experience in rats
Offspring of rats that were intubated with ethanol during Days 10--14 of gestation and offspring in two control groups were compared on measures of growth, viability, and performance in behavioralExpand
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Effects of prenatal alcohol on homing behavior, maternal responding and open-field activity in rats.
A radial-maze was used to study homing in offspring and maternal retrieval behaviors after prenatal exposure to alcohol. Pair-fed and untreated (ad lib control diet) groups were included and allExpand
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Schedule-dependent effects of haloperidol and amphetamine: multiple-schedule task shows within-subject effects
A two-lever, multiple-schedule task was used to evaluate the effects of haloperidol (HA) and amphetamine (AM) on responding controlled by continuous reinforcement (CRF) and progressive ratio (PR)Expand
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Effects of training dose on amphetamine drug discrimination: Dose–response functions and generalization to cocaine
Rats were trained to discriminate one of three doses of amphetamine (AM), 0.5, 1, or 2 mg/kg, from vehicle (VEH) in a two-lever, food-reinforced, drug-discrimination task. The purpose of the studyExpand
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Open-field and avoidance performance of rats as a function of prenatal ethanol treatment.
Abstract Pregnant rats were intubated during days 10–14 of gestation. Groups 6g, 4g, and 2g were intubated with one-half these amounts of ethanol twice each treatment day. Group PF animals were pairExpand
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Effects of chronic alcohol exposure on offspring activity in rats.
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the postnatal effects of long-term chronic exposure to ethanol in a treatment that has been shown to alter fetal viability and protein synthesis.Expand
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Electroconvulsive shock effects on conditioned heart rate and suppression of drinking.
Abstract Electroconvulsive shock (ECS) given rats at 1 sec or 10 sec after foot shock attenuated the bradycardic response to a stimulus which developed over trials in rats not given ECS. SuppressionExpand
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