Changes in daily rhythms of body temperature and activity after a single social defeat in rats.

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The long-term consequences of social stress on daily rhythms of body temperature and activity in rats were studied by means of radiotelemetry with intraperitoneally implanted transmitters. Rats were subjected to a single social defeat by placing them into the territory of a male conspecific for 1 h. Social defeat caused a sharp subsequent reduction in the… (More)

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