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7/2/10 FIGURE 5.11 Error scores on the moving belt test in rats as a function of brain ethanol concentration at approximately 10, 30, and 60 min after administration of 1.0–2.8 g/kg ethanol.
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7/2/10 FIGURE 5.12 Performance on the ‘finger–finger’ test (in which subjects must touch the tip of the left index finger to the tip of the right index finger at arm’s length) as a function of blood alcohol concentration in abstainers, light drinkers,
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7/2/10 FIGURE 5.13 Correlation of rat punishment potency with clinical potency.
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7/2/10 FIGURE 5.14 Sagittal section through a representative rodent brain illustrating
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Unformatted text preview: the pathways and receptor systems implicated in the acute reinforcing actions of 7/2/10 FIGURE 5.15 Effect of the - am inobutyric acid-A receptor antagonist picrotoxin (0.5 and 1.0 m g/kg, i.p.) on the antipunishm ent effect of ethanol (2.0 g/kg, i.p.) in rats. 7/2/10 FIGURE 5.16 Effects of the -aminobutyric acid-A receptor inverse agonist isopropylbicyclophosp hate (IPPO) on responding for ethanol or water in a free-choice operant task in rats....
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