Intruder-evoked aggression in isolated and nonisolated mice: Effects of psychomotor stimulants and l-Dopa

@article{Miczek1978IntruderevokedAI,
  title={Intruder-evoked aggression in isolated and nonisolated mice: Effects of psychomotor stimulants and l-Dopa},
  author={Klaus A Miczek and James M. O'Donnell},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={1978},
  volume={57},
  pages={47-55}
}
Adult male Swiss-Webster mice were housed either singly (isolated) or with a female (nonisolated). Aggressive behavior was evoked by introducing a group-housed male mouse (intruder) into the home cage of the isolated or nonisolated mouse (resident). d-Amphetamine, methamphetamine, methylphenidate, cocaine, and l-dopa decreased attack and threat behavior by resident mice, the isolates requiring 2–4 times higher drug doses for the antiaggressive effects than the nonisolates. d-Amphetamine… CONTINUE READING

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