Primate social behavior as a method of analysis of drug action: studies with THC in monkeys.

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The use of primate social behavior tests systems to characterize alteration of central nervous system (CNS) function by lesioning, telestimulation, and psychoactive drugs is discussed. Current observations of effects of acute and long-term chronic administration of delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol in group-caged rhesus monkeys are cited to demonstrate the… (More)

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@article{Sassenrath1976PrimateSB, title={Primate social behavior as a method of analysis of drug action: studies with THC in monkeys.}, author={E N Sassenrath and Lindsey Floyd Chapman}, journal={Federation proceedings}, year={1976}, volume={35 11}, pages={2238-44} }