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Drugs, Brains and Behavior by C. Robin Timmons, Leonard W. Hamilton

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Drugs, Brains and Behavior
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Publisher: Rutgers University
Number of pages: 395

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From the table of contents: Behavior and the Chemistry of The Brain; General Methods of Brain/Behavior Analysis; Psychopharmacological Concepts; Specific Fears, Vague Anxieties And The Autonomic Nervous System; Pain and Other Stressors; Depression and the Reward System; Schizophrenia as a Model of Dopamine Dysfunction; General Arousal; Tolerance, Drug Abuse And Habitual Behaviors.

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