Detrimental psychophysiological effects of early maternal deprivation in adolescent and adult rodents: altered responses to cannabinoid exposure.

@article{Marco2009DetrimentalPE,
  title={Detrimental psychophysiological effects of early maternal deprivation in adolescent and adult rodents: altered responses to cannabinoid exposure.},
  author={Eva M. Marco and Walter Adriani and Ricardo Llorente and Giovanni Laviola and Mar{\'i}a-Paz Viveros},
  journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={498-507}
}
Environmental rearing conditions during the neonatal period are critical for the establishment of neurobiological factors controlling behavior and stress responsiveness. Early maternal deprivation (MD), consisting of a single 24-h maternal deprivation episode during early neonatal life, has been proposed as an animal model for certain psychopathologies including anxiety, depression and schizophrenic-related disorders. Despite first onset of mental disorders usually occur during adolescence… CONTINUE READING

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