Changes in head-dipping behavior in the hole-board test reflect the anxiogenic and/or anxiolytic state in mice.

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The effects of treatment with anxiogenic or anxiolytic agents and exposure to acute restraint stress on emotional behavior in mice were examined using an automatic hole-board apparatus. Changes in the emotional state of mice were evaluated in terms of changes in exploratory activity, i.e., total locomotor activity, numbers and duration of rearing and head… (More)

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@article{Takeda1998ChangesIH, title={Changes in head-dipping behavior in the hole-board test reflect the anxiogenic and/or anxiolytic state in mice.}, author={H. Takeda and Masatomi Tsuji and Takahiro Matsumiya}, journal={European journal of pharmacology}, year={1998}, volume={350 1}, pages={21-9} }