Physiological and psychological effects of ±-propranolol, +-propranolol and diazepam in induced anxiety.

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1 Four equal-sexed groups of eight normal subjects were given single doses of either (±)-propranolol (120 mg), (+)-propranolol (120 mg), diazepam (6 mg) or placebo using double-blind procedure and their effects studied under three types of experimental stress and at rest. 2 Finger tremor, EEG, averaged auditory evoked response, skin conductance, heart rate… (More)

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@article{Tyrer1974PhysiologicalAP, title={Physiological and psychological effects of ±-propranolol, +-propranolol and diazepam in induced anxiety.}, author={Peter Tyrer and Malcolm H. Lader}, journal={British journal of clinical pharmacology}, year={1974}, volume={1 5}, pages={379-85} }