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Aminergic Hypotheses of Behavior: Reality or Cliché?

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 3 [Printed in 1975]

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Brain Monoamines and Parkinsonism-----13
O. Hornykiewicz

Supersensitivity to Dopaminergic Agonists Induced by Haloperidol-----23
J.E. Thornburg and K.E. Moore

Blood Platelet Monoamine Oxidase Activity in Anergic schizophrenics-----29
E.G. Shaskan and R.E. Becker

The Role of Serotonin and Norepinephrine in Sleep-Waking Activity-----37
P.J. Morgane and W.C. Stern

A Role for Dopamine in the Psychopharmacology of Electrical Self-Stimulation-----63
B.R. Cooper and G.R. Breese

Aggression and the Brain Monoamines: What Are the Answers, But of More Importance, What Are the Questions?-----71
B.K. Bernard

Pharmacogenetic Studies of the Serotonergic System in Association With Convulsive Seizures in Mice-----85
B.E. Ginsburg and P.Y. Sze

A Model for the Neurobiological Mechanisms of Action Involved in Lithium prophylaxis of bipolar affective disorder-----97
A.J. Mandell and S. Knapp

Effects of Disulfiram on the Amfhetamine-Induced Behavioral Syndrome in the Cat as a Model of Psychosis-----109
A. Sudilovsky

The Effects of Heroin on Catecholamine Metabolisi in Man-----137
J.J. Schildkraut, R.E. Meyer, P.J. Orsulak, S.M. Mirin, M. Roffman, P.A. Platz, E. Grab, M.E. Randall, M.McDougle


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