Anxiety- and depressive-like traits in Warsaw alcohol high-preferring (WHP) and Warsaw alcohol low-preferring (WLP) rats

@article{Acewicz2014AnxietyAD,
  title={Anxiety- and depressive-like traits in Warsaw alcohol high-preferring (WHP) and Warsaw alcohol low-preferring (WLP) rats},
  author={Albert Acewicz and Pawel Mierzejewski and Agata Jastrzębska and Izabela Korkosz and Przemysław Bieńkowski},
  journal={Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior},
  year={2014},
  volume={122},
  pages={261-265}
}
Anxiety, depression, and alcohol use disorders often go together. The aim of the present study was to evaluate anxiety- and depressive-like traits in selectively bred Warsaw alcohol high-preferring (WHP) and Warsaw alcohol low-preferring (WLP) rats. Alcohol-naïve WHP rats were more active in the open field test as compared to alcohol-naïve WLP rats. WHP rats made more central entries and spent more time in the central sector of the open field, i.e. presented less "neophobia", as compared to WLP… CONTINUE READING

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