Repeated alcohol: behavioral sensitization and alcohol-heightened aggression in mice

@article{Fish2001RepeatedAB,
  title={Repeated alcohol: behavioral sensitization and alcohol-heightened aggression in mice},
  author={Eric W. Fish and Joseph F. Debold and Klaus A Miczek},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2001},
  volume={160},
  pages={39-48}
}
Abstract.Rationale: Repeated administration of psychomotor stimulants or opiates can induce behavioral sensitization, typically detected as progressive and long-lasting increases in the motor-activating effects of these drugs. This phenomenon may be relevant to seizure susceptibility, drug self-administration, and sexual behavior. Repeated administration of alcohol can also induce behavioral sensitization and may have consequences on how alcohol affects aggressive behavior. Objectives: To (1… CONTINUE READING
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