Sex differences in the effects of neuroleptics on escape-avoidance behavior in mice: a review.

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The literature of the effects of dopamine antagonists on escape-avoidance, focusing on data obtained in our laboratory with male and female mice, is reviewed. The acute administration of haloperidol, raclopride, clozapine, and SCH 23390 impaired escape-avoidance behavior more in males than in females, and the subchronic administration of haloperidol had a… (More)

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@article{Parra1999SexDI, title={Sex differences in the effects of neuroleptics on escape-avoidance behavior in mice: a review.}, author={A. Parra and Miguel Arenas and Santiago Monle{\'o}n and Concepci{\'o}n Vinader-Caerols and V. M. Simon}, journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior}, year={1999}, volume={64 4}, pages={813-20} }