Prolonged isolation and alcohol effect on avoidance learning in two strains of mice.

Abstract

Prolonged isolation in mice is known to induce several behavioral changes, among which impairment of learning was also reported. On the other hand, alcohol is known to have either stimulant or depressant effects on behavior. Further, alcohol effect is also known to depend on strain-linked characteristics and on emotional ground of animals. Since prolonged… (More)

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@article{Valzelli1977ProlongedIA, title={Prolonged isolation and alcohol effect on avoidance learning in two strains of mice.}, author={Luigi Valzelli and Sergio Bernasconi and G Cusumano}, journal={Neuropsychobiology}, year={1977}, volume={3 2-3}, pages={135-43} }