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Proceedings of the Second International Pharmacological Meeting, Volume 1: Pharmacology of Conditioning, Learning and Retention is a collection of papers presented at the Second International Pharmacological Meeting on August 20-23, 1963.
This book is organized into two sections encompassing 28 chapters. The first section defines the main problem in psychopharmacology, which is the establishment of methods that will enable to appreciate in animals the value of psychotropic drugs in the therapy of human mental diseases. This section also describes the specific activation of the central nervous system and its significance in psychopharmacological research. The second section explores the electrophysiological phenomena observed during pharmacological conditioning, with emphasis on the modifications of electrical activity during the establishment and the performance of the conditioned responses. This section also deals with the electrical correlated of various kinds of conditioned behavior in animals and the alterations of spontaneous rhythm and evoked potentials. This book is of value to psychopharmacologists and electrophysiologists.
List of Authors
Background of the Second International Pharmacological Meeting
Pavlov's Method of Conditioned Reflexes in Pharmacology
Situation libre et psychotropes
The Spontaneous Exploratory Reactions as a Tool for Psychopharmacological Studies
Research on the Psychotropic Drugs Using the Exploratory Reaction Method in Rats with Different Levels of Excitability
Pharmacology of Instrumental Avoidance Conditioning
Pharmacology of Positive Reinforcement and Discrimination
L'apprentissage initial: mÃ©thode d'Ã©tude des agents psychotropes
Some Observations on Acute Learning in Rats and Mice
Summing Up by Chairman
Pharmacology of Spontaneous and Conditioned Behavior in the Monkey
Some Factors Influencing Short-Term Memory
Experimental Neurosis as a Method of Screening of Psychotropic Drugs
Pharmacology of the Multiple Concurrent Motivations
Amphetamine-Induced Changes in Behavior of Small Laboratory Animals as Simple Tests for Evaluation of Central Effects of New Drugs
Contribution to Technical Problems of Variability Control in the Study of Higher Nervous Functions in Pharmacology
The Specific Activation of the CNS and Its Significance in Psychopharmacological Research
A Method for Demonstration of the Effects of Serotonin on Learning Ability
A Method for Studying the Effects of Drugs on Recent Memory in Animals
Conclusion du Meeting
Electrophysiological Phenomena of Conditioning
ActivitÃ© Ã©lectrocorticale au cours de lâ€™apprentissage instrumental d'approche
Electrocortical Correlates of Avoidance Conditioning in the Monkey. Their Modifications with Atropine and Amphetamine
Computer Analysis in Hippocampal EEG Activity and Impedance in Approach Learning. Effects of Psychotomimetic and Hallucinogenic Drugs
Instrumental Reward Discrimination in Rabbits. Electroencephalographic and Behavioral Effects of a Series of Lysergic Acid Derivatives
The Influence of Neurotropic Drugs Upon Various Types of Diencephalic Behavioural Reactions in Relation to Intensity and Localization of the Stimuli
Bioelectrical Phenomena Evoked by Rhythmical Stimuli During Conditioning and Differentiation. A Physiological and Pharmacological Study
Effect of Pharmacologically Induced Synchronization of Cortical or Hippocampal Activity on Learning in Rats
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- © Pergamon 1965
- 1st January 1965
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