Critical issues in assessing the behavioral effects of amphetamine.

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Amphetamine induces a behavioral syndrome in mammals that includes a variety of repetitive behaviors. An integral component of this syndrome in humans is the presence of a thought disturbance not unlike that manifest in idiopathic paranoid schizophrenia. The consistent pattern of behavioral changes produced by amphetamine across species, when considered in… (More)

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@article{Rebec1984CriticalII, title={Critical issues in assessing the behavioral effects of amphetamine.}, author={George V. Rebec and Theodore R. Bashore}, journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews}, year={1984}, volume={8 1}, pages={153-9} }