The effect of pre- and post-trial application of nicotine on the 12 problems of the Hebb-Williams-test in the rat


Pre- and post-trial application of 0.15 mg/kg nicotine had, quantitatively and qualitatively, a very similar effect on the Hebb-Williams-test performance of rats. The performance of both treated groups, was for some of the problems of the second half of the test (composed of 12 problems), better than that of the control group. This result suggests a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00402385

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