Ethopharmacology: a historical perspective.

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Ethopharmacology can be defined as the study of behavioral and other effects of drugs through the use of ethological concepts. The study of drug effects on natural action patterns (motor acts and postures listed in ethograms), with respect to natural settings and to behavior as a whole (all identifiable behaviors occurring during the measurement) represents… (More)

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