Animal Models in Psychiatry, II
The wealth of material presented in Animal Models in Psychiatry has necessitated its expansion into a comprehensive, two-volume work. This second ... Show synopsis The wealth of material presented in Animal Models in Psychiatry has necessitated its expansion into a comprehensive, two-volume work. This second volume-the companion to Neuromethods 18-continues the presentation of the latest methodologies for the use of animal models in psychiatric research. Contributors are renowned experts in their respective fields, and bring to light new insight into animal models for: performance deficits induced by stressors cholinergic supersensitivity and depression olfactory bulbectomy and depression assessment of circadian rhythms in affective disorders anxiety new anxiolytic drugs panicogenic and antipanic treatment effects drug studies in aggressive behavior mental retardation memory disorders. Boulton, Baker, and Martin-Iverson's two volumes on Animal Models in Psychiatry is the most current and comprehensive resource for everyone involved in the neurosciences, neuropsychiatry, pharmacology, and related disciplines.